Juicy used a large portion of the album as an outlet to vent his frustrations with the incarceration of Project Pat, his older brother. The project was also a platform for him to provide listeners with that raw, bass/sample-heavy sound that popularized Three 6 during the early 90's.
One of my favorite tracks off Chronicles of the Juice Man is "Name It After Me." Over a sample of David Ruffin's "Statue of a Fool," Juicy smoothly flows about the lavish lifestyle he's acquired from hard work before lyrically placing himself in the shoes of a disadvantaged man hustling to survive and provide for his family. Former Hypnotize Minds artist Frayser Boy also contributes a verse on the song. Peep it below.