Michael Lawrence Tyler (born September 22, 1970), better known by his stage name Mystikal, is a rapper and actor from New Orleans, Louisiana. His debut self-titled album, was released on New Orleans-based independent record label Big Boy Records in 1995. The album was produced entirely by Leroy "Precise" Edwards and featured guest appearances by the labelmates G-Quikk and Insain.
He found himself in conflict with fellow New Orleans rappers signed to Cash Money Records including U.N.L.V., Lil Wayne and B.G.. They dissed him on tracks like "Drag 'Em in Tha River" by U.N.L.V. and "F*** Big Boy" by The B.G.'z. He struck back with the diss "Beware" which was on his sophomore effort. His sister, Michelle Tyler (whom he had close ties with), sang the chorus on "Not That N****" and her fate became a major influence on Mystikal's music after her untimely death. The song "Dedicated To Michelle Tyler" refer to her murder.
Format: Digital Download MP3
Record Label: Big Boy Records
Produced By: Leroy "Precise" Edwards
Style: Bounce, Gangsta, Funk
City: New Orleans
Area Code: 504
||1||Mystikal||Y'all Ain't Ready Yet||05:54|
|3||Mystikal, G-Quikk||Mr. Hood Critic||04:06|
|4||Mystikal, M. Tyler||Not That N****||05:59|
|6||Mуstikal||That N**** Ain't Sh**!||03:17|
|7||Mуstikal||Mind Of Mystikal||03:42|
|8||Mуstikal, M. Tyler||Not That N**** (Remixed)||05:57|
|9||Mуstikal||Y'all Ain't Ready Yet (Radio Version)||04:44|
|10||Outro||Dedicated To Michelle Tyler||01:09|