Project Pat Releases Sequel To Mista Don’t Play Album, 14 Years Later

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Memphis, Tennessee veteran MC Project Pat’s best selling album is 2001’s Mista Don’t Play: Everythangs Workin’. A platinum effort, the Hypnotized Minds/Loud/Universal Records effort thrived amidst a Three 6 Mafia mainstream breakthrough. Produced by Three 6’s Juicy J and DJ Paul, the album, thanks in large part to “Chickenhead” would prove to be a Soul City classic, as far as Rap is concerned.

Today, as a sneak-attack surprise to many, P-Squared followed his 2001 benchmark LP with Mista Don’t Play 2: Everythang’s Money. Released on eOne Entertainment, Pat’s effort includes a series of top-drawing artists, such as Wiz Khalifa, Wale, as well as Juicy J. Seventeen tracks in all, the release is Pat’s first since 2011’s Loud Pack.

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Given Juicy J’s tremendous pop culture breakthrough, in addition to Paul’s two reality TV series—along with Three 6 Mafia’s Academy Award a decade ago, can Pat relive some of that “ghetty green” glory like his Hypnotized cohorts, from the early 2000s?

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