Chronicles Of The Juice Man: Underground Album
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Chronicles Of The Juice Man: Underground Album is the debut album by the rapper Juicy J. Other guests featured in the album are the rapper Project Pat, female rapper La Chat, Frayser Boy and Crunchy Black.
Chronicles Of The Juice Man: Underground Album was produced on July 02, 2002 under North Records. The album ranked no.4 on the Top Independent Albums and no.93 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The featured tracks in the album are "North, North Pt. 2" featuring Project Pat, "Who Da Buckest" featuring La Chat & Frayser Boy, "Killa Klan" featuring Crunchy Black & Lord Infamous and "Smoke Dat Weed" featuring Lord Infamous.
|2||North, North, Pt. 2||3:41|
|3||Who da Buckest||4:07|
|6||Like a Pimp||3:15|
|8||Smoke Dat Weed||4:48|
|9||Buck Gangsta Beat||3:27|
|11||Name It After Me||6:11|
|13||Soldiers from the Northside||2:51|
|14||Dick Suckin' Hoez||3:50|
|Year||Album||Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks||Top Independent Albums||Billboard Hot 100|
|2002||Triple 6 Mafia Presents Juicy J Chronicles Of The Juice Man: Underground||17||4||93|
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Juicy J’s Chronicle of the Juice Man was intended to be released underground but it would have been a success if it was commercially released. The album has great flow but the lyrics are not mind-blowing. The album is good and descent. -Mimi 01:40, 26 May 2007 (PST)