Producer Mouse on the Track is mostly known these days for his regional hits and mixtape cuts—tracks like Lil Cali's "Dat Dick," for example. At one point, he was the composer behind Top 40 Billboard hits, though; "Wipe Me Down (Remix)," for example (seen performed here on 106 & Park), or Webbie and Boosie's "Independent," which hit the top ten (!). Considering this pedigree, it's a little surprising that he can't get more traction, although Lil Boosie's incarceration no doubt slowed down the Trill Ent. momentum.
But as you may have noticed on Lil Cali's "Dat Dick," Mouse is a rapper now, too—and not a bad one either. Despite guest Kevin Gates' show-stopping eighth-note flow, though, the song's most interesting facet is Mouse's final verse. It transitions from a strip club-style track about how "women and fast cars, they love hood stars" into a story about Mouse taking a false murder charge. A schizophrenic reality.
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