On this date in Hip-Hop history, Houston legends the Geto Boys released their most famous album, We Can’t Be Stopped, on J. Prince’s Rap A Lot Records.

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With Bushwick Bill’s self-inflicted gunshot wound to the eye on the album cover and their uber-popular “Mind Playin’ Tricks On Me” dominating airwaves, Bill, Willie D, and Face’s most revered album helped re-define the term “hotter than July.”

The 14-track classic was certified platinum less than a year after its release, making Geto Boys a household name and allowing Brad Jordan to drop his debut album, Mr. Scarface Is Back.


Rest In Peace to Bushwick Bill and NJ-born DJ Ready Red, an original member of the Geto Boys who left the group during the recording of this album. Salute to Uncle Face and Willie D for giving us such a timeless piece of Hip-Hop history!