In 1996, the underground trio from the Westside (consisting of Yung Buk, Newsense, and Psyde) reemerged with "Do What You Wanna Do," a haunting, Legendary Traxster–produced monster dedicated to tough talkers, with explicit warnings for their foes. This single moved so many units independently that it piqued the interest of Rap-A-Lot and Suave House Records, and eventually lead to a record deal with the House Tony Draper Built. Although their Suave House debut, Time Vs. Life, never saw the light of day, PD remains one of the most heralded acts in the Chicago hip-hop history—till the world blows up.

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