King Sun's "Strictly Ghetto" is considered one of his best releases, and one of the hardest to find, until now. The EP length project was originally rolled out in 1994 by Cold Chillin' Records. The beats are rugged and raw with producers Shaeaze and Sudhama Ranganathan crafting true underground back drops. King Sun is definitely an underrated rapper who's flow, lyrics and on-time delivery are sharp. Just 7-tracks deep every cut stands out. The project even saw King Sun's beef with Ice Cube play out on record with the cut "Suck No Dick" where Sun says "But yo check it, this is from ya peoples on the East Coast / Ice Cube you on a tool playin' all-high post / But when you was in some beef I was there to help / Then when I needed help I had to help my damn self!" Available again for the first time in years, find out why "The Jeweler" deservers your respect and attention with this crucial Cold Chillin' reissue.