Like many hip-hop albums of the mid-'90s, Mystikal's Mind of Mystikal is rooted in Dr. Dre's G-funk. While nothing in the production is particularly original, Mystikal's rapping is distinctive. Where many G-funk rappers are laid-back, Mystikal is hyper, zipping between obscure pop culture references and standard gangsta boasting. No matter how good his verbal skills are, he can't help the fact that his backing tracks are flat-out boring and that is what sinks his record.
AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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