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Album Review

California Bay-Area gangsta rapper Dru Down takes his pimpin'-themed rhymes to another level on Gangsta Pimpin', no doubt a suitable name for this album. Much like fellow Bay-Area rappers E-40 and Too Short, as well as his group, the Luniz, Dru has his mind on a few things in particular: women, money, partying, and more women — in that order. You can't help but find this album quite fun and somewhat humorous; Dru doesn't take himself too seriously, exemplified best on songs such as "Bloodsucker." Much like post-Death Row Snoop Dogg, Dru is a rather peaceful gangsta, interested in getting his pimp on and livin' large like a real hustler — in other words, the Cali dream for a G like himself. His previous albums have explored similar "gangsta pimpin'" themes, but here Dru seems a bit more amusing than usual — perhaps even cartoonish — thanks to his lighthearted attitude toward the gangsta lifestyle.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Oakland rapper Dru Down debuted in 1994 with Explicit Game, scoring a hit with the single "Mack of the Year"; the record also served as a launching pad for his Bay Area cronies the Luniz. Down returned in 1996 with Can You Feel Me; that same year, he also made his film debut in Original Gangstas. 2001's Pimpin'...
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