The Geto Boys are working on releasing their first group album in over a decade. They last released Foundation back in 2005 which was met with moderate success and acclaim. Titled Habeas Corpus, Willie D told Rolling Stone they want to raise $100,000 by July 15. Producers Mike Dean, Tone Capone, N.O. Joe, along with guest Ice Cube are said to have contributed to the project.
“I’d like to take credit, but the fans really made it happen,” rapper Willie D tells Rolling Stone. “It’s hard to get all of us on the same page, ’cause everybody’s always doing their own thing. We are three totally different people. We didn’t grow up together. We’re not blood-related. We didn’t go to the same schools, didn’t grow up in the same neighborhood. The one commonality that we do share is being in the group.”