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Who Is Mike Jones? (Single CD) (PA Version)

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Intro
0:26
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02
Back Then (Explicit Version)
4:05
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03
Flossin'
Artist: Mike Jones (Featuring Big Moe)
3:11
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Still Tippin' (feat. Slim Thug And Paul Wall Explicit Version)
4:33
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Got It Sewed Up (Remix)
3:18
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Scandalous Hoes
Artist: Mike Jones (Featuring Lil' Bran)
3:24
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Screw Dat
3:20
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Turning Lane
4:23
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Laws Patrolling
Artist: Mike Jones (Featuring CJ, Mello & Lil' Bran)
2:54
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5 Years From Now
Artist: Mike Jones (Featuring Lil' Bran)
3:47
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Cuttin' (Remix)
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What Ya Know About...
Artist: Mike Jones (Featuring Paul Wall & Killa Kyleon)
3:45
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Know What I'm Sayin'
Artist: Mike Jones (Featuring Bun B & Lil' Keke)
4:07
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14
Type Of N**ga U Need
Artist: Mike Jones (Featuring Brighteyes)
3:58
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Grandma
5:16
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Album Information
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 54:19

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They Say All Music Guide

If The Source handed out an award for Most Accessible MC, Swishahouse’s self-made Mike Jones would be an easy bet. His greatest asset is self-promotion, which would still be the case if he were an above-average rapper. Jones promotes himself so audaciously that he might as well provide a key to his house with each mixtape he sells. He claims to field so many calls from his hotline — a hotline he allegedly answers when he’s not busy pronouncing, “Mike Jones! Hit me up at 281-330-8004!,” to any life form within earshot — that you must wonder if he’s able to spend any time improving his mic skills. His first album with major label distribution (after a series of independent releases and mixtapes), naturally titled Who Is Mike Jones?, doesn’t really answer any questions, though it does tell you that he can look real good when surrounded with the right people. He hits paydirt with “Still Tippin’,” a magnificent thing so woozy in effect that you could be racing a sports car down a freeway and still feel like you’re navigating a Hummer through a lake of curdled cough syrup. Here, producer Salih Williams and featured MCs Slim Thug and Paul Wall outshine Jones to such an extent that, after hearing it, you might be prompted to ask, “Where was Mike Jones?” Still, Jones is ultimately very likable, shown best in the closing track, a sweet tribute to his supportive late grandmother. – Andy Kellman

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