Mind of Mystikal is a re-release of the debut album by New Orleans-based emcee Mystikal, released on October 15, 1995. The songs "Beware" and "Here I Go" were retaliation songs towards The B.G.'z and UNLV whom he was in conflict with at the time.
Overall reviews were positive. One such review states: "If anything, this album represents raw lyrics and beats that are combined into a strange mix of Southern beats and the incredibly rapping speed of Mystikal. For those of you that haven't heard Mystikal before he's much like Busta Rhymes in style as his words roll out fast and furious. Much like Busta, Mystikal likes to stretch the boundaries of his lyrics to fit the beats into strange and unconventional patterns. His style is very unconventional and that's what makes his works interesting. This is the rawest of his albums, and the one that is the least influenced by outside sources." Music production by L. Precise Edwards with music instruments performed by David "D-Funk" Faulk. (D-Funk is more commonly known as the musician/ producer who worked alongside Precise on all of the Big Boy Records releases playing the guitars, basses, keyboards, etc.)