The Pharcyde's Slimkid3 Explains Every Track From Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde

Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde is one of the greatest classic hip-hop albums of all time.

Ever since that slab dropped in 1992 on Delicious Vinyl Records, it has resonated with fans across the globe. And hits like "Runnin'," "Ya Mama," and "Who Is the Nigga in Charge" are so massively influential on pop culture that even people who've never heard the tracks know the words.

On Saturday, October 5th at LMNT as part of the #JusticeForReefa benefit weekend, original Pharcyde members Slimkid3 and Fatlip will be joined by original Pharcyde producers J-Swift and L.A. Jay for a full performance of the entire album, with special video projections, celebrating 21 years since its release.

We called up Trevant "Slimkid3" Hardson and asked him to explain every track.

See also: #JusticeForReefa Benefit: The Pharcyde and "Up to 50 Pieces of Israel Hernandez's Work"

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