Anthony b - ghetto boy


Yes a him name the boss of crime
Mr. Don Vito eh I
Nobody ever yet cross him line
Something might reach you

Throw a dollar to the shoe shine boy
And say he's a goodfellow
Silk ties and designer shirts
All buttons to the collar
Limousines, lots of greens
For him and his harlot queen
Sub-machines the order of his day

Because he's caught up in a family business
Living the life of a ganster yeah
Caught up in a family business
No way out, no way out

Day to day it's a life of violence
Big man him a run things
Sworn of committed to a board of silence
Could you imagine
Boot legging, amrs-peddling
Lots of plots and cons and schemes
Gambling, the order of his day

Jah know he's caught up in a family business
Living the life of a mafia yeah
Caught up in a family business
No way out, no way out

Bad example setting in the ghetto
All the youths want to be like Vito
Move fast none a dem no wah move slow
But my advise in N-O
To be a don not for long
Stay in low when the heat is on
The tradition soon you got to pass it on

Because he's caught up in a family business
Living the life of a ganster yeah
Caught up in a family business
No way out, no way out

Jah know he's caught up in a family business
Living the life of a mafia yeah
Caught up in a family business
No way out, no way out

The original "Ghetto Boys" consisted first of Raheem , The Sire Jukebox, and Sir Rap-A-Lot. When Raheem and Sir Rap-A-Lot left, the group added DJ Ready Red, Prince Johnny C , and Little Billy (the dancer who later came to be known as Bushwick Bill ). The first single the group released was "Car Freak" in 1986, which then followed with two LPs "You Ain't Nothin'/I Run This" in 1987, and "Be Down" in 1988. The group released their debut album in 1988 entitled, Making Trouble . With the release receiving very little attention, the group broke up shortly thereafter and a new line-up was put together with the inclusion of Scarface and Willie D, both aspiring solo artists. This new line-up recorded the 1989 album, Grip It! On That Other Level . The group's 1990 self-titled album, The Geto Boys , caused Def American Recordings , the label to which the group was signed at the time, to switch distributors from Geffen Records to Warner Bros. Records (with marketing for the album done by WB sister label Giant Records ) because of controversy over the lyrics.


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