|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Comin On Thru / Hell Up In Newark / Dead Tonight||5||Audio||1997||Lost Trybe Records|
|2||Family Day / Vision||2||Audio||1997||Not On Label|
|3||Comin On Thru / Dead Tonight||4||Audio||1997||Lost Trybe Records|
|4||Hell Up In Newark - The Mental Picture Soundtrack||15||Audio||1998||Lost Trybe Records|
Gov Mattic, also known as Tha Governer, got into the hip-hop scene early on as a member of the local Newark, New Jersey hip-hop collective Revolutionary Party of Terrace. The group formed in the late 1980's and included such up-and-comers as [a=Redman] and several rappers that would become part of the group [a=Lords Of The Underground]. In the 1990's Gov Mattic teamed up with another local Newark hip-hop artist to form the group [a=Diezzle Don & Tha Governer]. The duo released two albums, [r=957937] (1995) and "Hell Up In Newark" (1998). Gov Mattic continues to appear on underground mixtape releases and is now known more for his production work.