Similarly, I also refuse to credit Mista Cain's Mind Right to Young Ready now he's claiming it as his own since Cain is gonna be locked up for the foreseeable future. Ready has Cain's blessing to run with the song and I've been waiting for Ready to make a jam as good as this ever since I first heard his Baton Rogue anthem 1 Rubber on C-Loc's fifth Concentration Camp album 4 or 5 years ago, but I just can't accept Mind Right as part of the Young Ready catalogue. And why won't I be swayed on this matter of song ownership? Because Mista Cain's verse includes a landmark moment in Rapper parenting practices that ensures Mind Right should always belong to him, that's why :
My son at home, bitch, that's lean in his baby bottle!"
Mista Cain ft. DJ B-Real & Young Ready - Mind Right
(From Mista Cain's Louisicain 2.5 mixtape; 2013)
Until Rap's most noted smackhead B.G comes home from prison and records a song about mixing heroin in with his daughter's Farleys Rusks to send her to sleep, the bar has been well and truly raised.