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“Ghetto Street Pharmacist” is the debut studio album by Los Angeles-based producer and DJ, D.J. U-Neek. Released on October 5, 1999, by Thump Street Records, this album showcases the producer’s talent in creating hard-hitting, gangsta and G-funk tracks. The album features a diverse range of artists including Cold 187um, Dresta The Gangsta, Jagwarr, E.W.F., Gemini, Krayzie Bone, L-Jay, Nytowl, Layzie Bone, Lethal, Big Chan, Sheeba Black, Squeak Ru, Lei Callaway, Topp Notch, Sneek, Bizzy Bone, Jaz, The Kingpin Family, Menenski, Deumpozed, Big Bone, and Lurch.
The album kicks off with “Ghetto Street Pharmacist (Intro),” setting the stage for a collection of tracks that delve into the realities of street life. “On The Run,” featuring Cold 187um and Dresta The Gangsta, demonstrates DJ U-Neek’s ability to blend pulsating beats with compelling lyrics. “We Come 2 Serve ‘Em (Remix)” showcases the versatility of featured artists such as Jagwarr, E.W.F., Gemini, Krayzie Bone, L-Jay, and Nytowl.
“Murda Murda,” featuring L-Jay, Layzie Bone, and Lethal, serves as a testament to the darker side of life in the streets, while “Bring It On,” featuring Jagwarr, demonstrates the group’s ability to create high-energy tracks. The album also includes more melodic tracks, such as “Now That I’m Over You,” featuring Gemini, showcasing the group’s diverse range of talents.
“Ghetto Street Pharmacist” captures the essence of gangsta and G-funk, providing listeners with a raw and authentic representation of the streets. The album is a testament to DJ U-Neek’s prowess as a producer and his ability to collaborate with a wide range of artists to create a unique and memorable sound.
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