First it was Kay Slay, then Greg Street, then Khaled, then Drama. Now, introducing the newest DJ to make a compilation track, the Pepsi DJs’ very own DJ Pharris. Coming straight from Chicago Pharris has what every compilation DJ should: the ability to gather talent, as is evident in his new joint, See It 4 Ya Self. Yung Joc brings one of the better lyrical verses of his career (it sounds a lot like T.I.), Jim Jones does one of his usual deep-voiced verses about how he’s baaallliiinnn, and Chi-town’s own Bump J looks to get his word out with his punchline and simile-laced verse. Even if this club banger never reaches mainstream chart success, Pharris shows his expertise at getting talent from various regions together, and when you’re a mixtape DJ, that’s all that really matters.
Written by Burmy on 07/5/07
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Burnin Hot/Street Ready/Lightyear/Caroli
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"How 2 Act ft. Shawnna, Lil' Scrappy, Rich Boy & Paul Wall" (2007)
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