Download links and information about Behind Bars by Rick Mitra. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 40:07 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Rap|
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|2.||All Alone (No One to Be With)||4:04|
|3.||Sittin' In My Car||3:46|
|4.||A Love That's True, Pt. 1||3:55|
|5.||Cuz It's Wrong||3:23|
|6.||Let's All Get Down||3:41|
|8.||Get a Job||4:02|
|9.||A Love That's True, Pt. 2||2:20|
|10.||It's a Boy (Remix)||4:01|
|11.||Behind Bars (Dum Ditty Dum Mix)||3:21|
Within hip-hop, Slick Rick is arguably the most acclaimed MC of them all. Snoop Doggy Dogg, for one, owes a huge debt to his detached, effortless delivery on the microphone. At his best, Slick Rick was always coolness personified. The London-born artist's troubles, however, have been well-documented. They are further addressed by the man himself on the title track to this recording, completed during a work release program with the help of veteran hip-hop producer Prince Paul (Rick was in jail for the 1990 shooting of an innocent bystander while attempting to chase down a bodyguard). Before Ol' Dirty Bastard cornered the market, Slick Rick was rap's bad boy-in-chief. On this uneven record, he pays witness to the events that shaped him, rather than detailing his current incarceration. Regardless, there are times when the listener might wish for a more reflective and less violently female-baiting narrator; absolution and regret aren't particularly high on his agenda when he proclaims "bitches ain't no good."