Few rappers get a second life in the rap game. It’s nearly unheard of to lap around the competition a third time around. But then again Juicy J is not the typical rapper. He started out with his fellow Memphis native rappers and friends DJ Paul and Lord Infamous to form Three 6 Mafia in the early 90’s.
With his new LP hitting shelves, Juicy J announced that he would be holding a twerking competition and would give a $50,000 scholarship to the winner. While on the Breakfast Club to promote Stay Trippy, Juicy was asked about the contest and he believes it’s good for the community.
Recently, Juicy J made a stream of Stay Trippy available to fans who could successfully throw bands at strippers (in a video game.) Now Juicy is continuing to promote his upcoming album by using girls that can dance.
Mike WiLL Made It is gearing up to make his new single "23" which features Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J and Miley Cyrus, a big one. He's yet to release the full record, but the four collaborators were busy shooting a music video for the song right after the MTV VMAs happened.
Miley Cyrus' invasion of hip hop isn't slowing down any time soon. The Disney star is more present than ever, and she continues to get endorsements from rappers-- Juicy J being one of them. The Memphis legend spoke with Miss Info about Miley's infiltration of the genre as well as her infamous twerking ability.
Juicy J's Stay Trippy is out next week, but he's giving fans the chance to hear the project early-- by making it rain. Juicy has posted a stream of the album on his website, but listeners will have to unlock songs by playing a a game which involves throwing racks at strippers using the space bar.
This feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 25 most played, focusing on those that stood out and left room for discussion.
Although there is still no word on Juicy J's mini mixtape Wax which he announced at the beginning of June, we at least have a release date for his highly anticipated album, Stay Trippy. Juicy J's label announced the release date today.
Ty Dolla $ign delivered his Beach House 2 mixtape just in time for summer. At first glance, the tape's tracklist looks iffy. There's at least one guest appearance on each song, something which is often frowned upon by devout fans and critics.
He may have never went away, but Juicy J has been experiencing a resurgence of sorts with handling some producing of big tracks and releasing his own. Now the Memphis Three 6 Mafia alum is gearing up for his next album and he's revealed that there are some huge producers on the project.
After just premiering his new record on Tuesday, Wale looks to have already shot the music video for his Nicki Minaj and Juicy J-featured cut "Clappers". And surfacing the web tonight are new photos from the set.
Wale's new album, The Gifted, is stacked with features. The MMG rapper delivered "Rotation" off the LP with 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa yesterday, and he's gearing up for yet another big featured-single to drop, "Clappers."
There have been rumors about a Three 6 Mafia reunion for some time now, and the biggest question many people have is whether or not it'll be the full group. DJ Paul has confirmed today that Three 6 Mafia will indeed reunite as a group, however, under a new name: Da Mafia 6ix.
You may have heard Memphis rapper Yoyo Munie when a track titled "Bet Yo Bank Roll" made blog circulation a few years back. The song featured a guest verse from Juicy J, and a very catchy well written hook, akin to something Juicy might do himself.
This new feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 25 most played, focusing on those that stood out, and left room for discussion. This edition features J.
Juicy J has been pumping out singles for his Taylor Gang debut, and the anticipated project finally has a release date. The man behind "Bands A Make Her Dance" and "Show Out" revealed that the album will be available July 2nd.
Taylor Gang and Odd Future are both represented on the upcoming issue of Fader Magazine.
Fader unveiled their cover for their April/May issue, and it features both Juicy J and Earl Sweatshirt on the cover. The magazine hits news stands on May 7th.
Wiz Khalifa just released his 4/20 EP, Live In Concert, with Curren$y, but it seems he's taking a note from his prolific counterpart, and already gearing up to release his follow up to O.N.I.F.C., which dropped only last December.