The original DJ Battlecat produced version was featured on Mykestro's 2010 Mixtape The Barmittzpha .
Remixed by by Los Angeles producer Georgia Anne Muldrow, the Gee-Mix EP featured 4 new mixes of this bar for bar track featuring fellow LA based MCs Mykestro & Kendrick Lamar.
Despite the tough odds, one artist in particular has managed to rise above the current repetitive musical climate and shed light on true talent with his mixture of intricate wordplay, real life-subject matter and an appreciation for music as an art form.
Mykestro, the younger brother of producer-extraordinaire DJ Battlecat, is ready to bring his brand of "reality raps" to the forefront. Born and raised throughout Los Angeles' various inner city neighborhoods, Mykestro not only faced the everyday challenges of violence and adversity as a man, but also had to overcome being a rapper that didn't fit into the stereotypical lowriders & bandanas persona associated with the West Coast. His determination to succeed musically while staying true to his own style has led to a reputation as being one of the most lyrical artists to ever come from Los Angeles.
The acclaim he's received from the release of his 2005 Mix tape "Quality Over Quantity," along with a 12" single released on ABB Records and a host of features and shows has made the 26-year-old one of the West Coast's most potent up and coming threats. Notable for holding his own alongside any artist, he is well respected by both new and veteran artists alike and his skill as an MC is always the topic of discussion in every article or conversation he's mentioned in.