Audio Mixers: Bruce Bang; Happy Perez; Steve Dang.
Photographers: Julio Gold Toes; Bigg Bert.
Even if he was locked up while this album saw release, Playamade Mexicanz features a "South Park Mexican Presents" tag on the front, signifying the Dope House Music leader's endorsement of this release, even when the final product lands on Baby Bash's Bashtown label. Confused? So are most, and this high-power team-up between the smooth rapper Bash and prime gangster Lucky Luciano remains insider throughout with plenty of "Free SPM" calls and Houston folks like JB the Don, Weeto, and Dirty Mexican Zoe keeping things local. All that said, Playamade Mexicanz refreshingly puts the sometimes hitmaker Bash in a more street setting than usual, while Luciano fans get to experience his work in a posse setting instead of the usual solo. Try one of Bash's or SPM's official releases if you want an easy entry point into the world of Dope House or Latino Houston hip-hop, but to get the real flavor -- warts and all -- these sideline collaborative posse mixtapes provide plenty of punch. ~ David Jeffries
Playa Made Mexicanz (Intro)
Playamade - (featuring Bash/Lucky Luciano)
Dope House Fam - (featuring Bash/Juan Gotti/Lucky Luciano/South Park Mexican)
When I Pull Up - (featuring Coast/Bash/Dat Boi T/Lucky Luciano)
Fiddy - (featuring GT Garza/Bash/Lucky Luciano)
CA Life - (featuring Bash/JB the Don/Mr. Capone-E/Mr. Criminal)
Mexican Gonna Get It - (featuring Bash/Big Tone/Sen)