Producer: Brian Fields
Album: Thought of Many Ways
Label: Big Shot Records

The Botany Boys hailed from the Cloverland neighborhood of southside H-town. Their crew, consisting of about four members at any given time, decided to hop on E.S.G's classic "Swangin and Bangin" beat three years after its release and give it a territorial twist. The song was a hit, and although it wasn't particularly innovative in terms of screw music, it paved the way for the Botany Boys second album, Forever Botany. It was this album that helped them gain mainstream notoriety, peaking on Billboard's R&B/Hip Hop chart at number 99.