J. Beez Wit the Remedy is the third album by the Jungle Brothers, released during June 1993 (see 1993 in music) on Warner Bros. Records. The album was the result of much label trouble, where Warner Bros. constantly rejected the group's offerings. The album in gestation was originally titled Crazy Wisdom Masters and features some considerably experimental hip-hop for the time, as well as production from Bill Laswell. Though the final album is considerably more conventional, experimental tracks are still in evidence, including a few left-over from the Crazy Wisdom Masters sessions (e.g. "Spittin' Wicked Randomness," "For The Headz At Company Z"). A few additional tracks from the Wisdom sessions have been bootlegged or leaked online.