Rick Ross embodies the streets of Miami right down to his name and style of his facial hair taken from one of the most infamous street figures in Miami's history. Rick tells the story of these streets as only he can with 'M. I. Yayo' which takes it's name taken from the slang words for Miami and cocaine. It is a groundbreaking documentary about the real Miami, the true murder and cash capital of America. Executive Producer Rick Ross brought in Chris Larceny to direct this true story of the ten biggest dope kings of the late 80s and early 90s. Ross narrates stories of notoriously iconic figures such as Quartz, Flowerman, Bo-Diddly, Bunkie Brown, Big Ike, Convertible Burt, and Rick Brownlee along with notorious gangs such as Vonda, John Doe and the Boobie Boys. Director Chris Larceny spent years on the film.
Rick Ross embodies the streets of Miami right down to his name and style of his facial hair taken from one of the most infamous street figures in Miami's history. Rick tells the story of these streets as only he can with 'M. I. Yayo' which takes it's name taken from the slang words for Miami and cocaine. It is a groundbreaking documentary about the real Miami, the true murder and cash capital of America. Executive Producer Rick Ross brought in Chris Larceny to direct this true story of the ten biggest dope kings of the late 80s and early 90s. Ross narrates stories of notoriously iconic figures such as Quartz, Flowerman, Bo-Diddly, Bunkie Brown, Big Ike, Convertible Burt, and Rick Brownlee along with notorious gangs such as Vonda, John Doe and the Boobie Boys. Director Chris Larceny spent years on the film.
829357320223

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Format: CD
Label: MAYB
Catalog: 73202
Rel. Date: 03/25/2008
UPC: 829357320223

M.I. Yayo
Artist: Rick Ross
Format: CD
New: Available $17.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Bo Diddley's Theme
2. Alex's Theme
3. Willie Falcon's Theme
4. Candyman's Theme
5. Covertible Bert's Theme
6. Ricky Brother's Theme
7. John Doe's Theme
8. Boobie Boyz' Theme [Part 1]
9. Boobie Boyz' Theme [Part 2]
10. Bunky's Theme
11. Bonus Track 1
12. Bonus Track 2
13. Bonus Track 3

DISC: 2

1. John Doe (The Story Of Anthony Fail & Corey "Bubba" Smith)
2. Vonda "Black Girl" Jackson
3. Boobie Boys (The Story Of Kenneth "Boobie" Williams
4. Rick "The MAyor" Brownlee
5. Charles "Bunkie Brown" Clark
6. Richard "Convertible Burt" Simmons
7. Numberto "Candy Man" Moralis
8. Nathaniel "Bo Diddley" James
9. Issac "Big Ike" Hicks
10. Willie Falcon

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Rick Ross embodies the streets of Miami right down to his name and style of his facial hair taken from one of the most infamous street figures in Miami's history. Rick tells the story of these streets as only he can with 'M. I. Yayo' which takes it's name taken from the slang words for Miami and cocaine. It is a groundbreaking documentary about the real Miami, the true murder and cash capital of America. Executive Producer Rick Ross brought in Chris Larceny to direct this true story of the ten biggest dope kings of the late 80s and early 90s. Ross narrates stories of notoriously iconic figures such as Quartz, Flowerman, Bo-Diddly, Bunkie Brown, Big Ike, Convertible Burt, and Rick Brownlee along with notorious gangs such as Vonda, John Doe and the Boobie Boys. Director Chris Larceny spent years on the film.