Unfortunately, this may be one of my weaker posts, as I have very little information about any of these dudes. Feel free to send me more info about them if you know any. I hate it when the information that I have is lacking; it makes the posts feel unfinished. Still, that makes these joints pretty obscure—so obscure in fact, that they might as well be new.
Baby Drew f/ Pimp C - "20 Inches & 4 Nickels" | zShare
from The Hand That Rocks the Cradle EP (Ground Hawg, 1998)
Baby Drew is a rapper from Milwaukee, WI who ran with a group called Country Boy Clique. He's released a few solo records, including a 1998 album called The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, which was one of Drew's solo releases before the Country Boy Clique was even formed. As far as I can tell, there are two versions of this particular record: a normal length one (which I can't find the tracklist for) and an EP, which is just eight tracks short. The production is handled by Chris and Conrad Rosser for Bread & Water Productions, though I think "20 Inches & 4 Nickels" may have been a Pimp production.
Jahari f/ Pimp C - "BigShotz" | zShare
from BigShotz (Succe$$, 2000)
You might recognize "BigShotz" as a joint from a UGK guest feature bootleg called Kingz of Da Hood, but it was originally from an album put out by this dude Jahari. He's a rapper from an unspecified part of the West Coast, and that's really all I know about the guy. His album BigShotz was released in 2000 and featured a single by the name of "Come Ride With Me." The title track also featured a guest verse from The Pimp (though he's credited as "Pimp" rather than "Pimp C" on the back cover), which is always welcome.
The Big Boys f/ Pimp C - "Dirty South Shit (Bump 'Dis)" | zShare
from Too Big for That (4712 Music/Yaa Bigg South, 2003)