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Sex Money & Murder
Gangsta Pat
Sex Money & Murder
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
 
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One of the first Memphis rappers to make the major label jump, Gangsta Pat never attained the acclaim of fellow Memphis pioneers Three 6 Mafia and Eightball & MJG, but he remains noteworthy.

      
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All Artists: Gangsta Pat
Title: Sex Money & Murder
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Wrap Records
Release Date: 4/26/1994
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: Gangsta & Hardcore, Southern Rap, Pop Rap, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 019011813127

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One of the first Memphis rappers to make the major label jump, Gangsta Pat never attained the acclaim of fellow Memphis pioneers Three 6 Mafia and Eightball & MJG, but he remains noteworthy.

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This Is Real Crunk Music
G-Funk 4ever | Listenin' to the Delfonics | 07/21/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"1994, Memphis' Gangsta Pat drops Sex, Money & Murder. I believe Pat is a former homie of 3-6 mafia (I know little about Gangsta Pat and his history with 3-6). He drops a crazy, maniacal album full of terror and hot-headedness. I love good gangsta rap albums, and this is one for sure. The production is held by Pat and Patrick "Too Big" Hall, and the beats definitely had that early pre-crunk vibe, raw and heavy, even though the music sound is low probably due to the equipment. This guy drops heavy madness in joints like "Homicidal Lifestyle" with a more melodic keyboard driven beat, a little lighter beatwise compared to joints like the heavier and twangier "Real G's Don't Die." He gets on the marks who think they can take him down in "Can't Mess Wit Me" with a heavier southern-fried beat with jingle bells in the background. Pat gets a little more romantic and sensual in "Gangsta Luv" with a little more of a laidback, slower vibe, a nice cut to chill to with ya boo. On the other end, he gets on a woman he sees as a trick real hard in "That Girl" and verbally tears her down, not as nice(I am not real crazy of women demeaning songs as many rappers do), but the beat is cool. "The Saga Continues" is a crunk type jam with dope scratches and some angry spits. "Shootin' At Narcs (Part II) is a hot-headed bouncy crunk joint. "Natural High" is a coming of age hustler joint with a hook interpolating Curtis Mayfield and how the money he stacks gets him some of the things he never had before. Now, this album is not groundbreaking lyrically, but it is a neat gangsta album by a hard MC who holds nathan back and who has a "I don't give a ---- attitude." The prodction on this album is an early indication of the development of crunk with phat, raw beats, and when crunk was not overblown and overly commercialized as it often is now."