Juicy J Songs

  • Twrk Bit
    Twrk Bit
    Juicy J has had a productive 2015. He's dropped a pair of mixtapaes, Blue Dream & Lean 2 and 100% Juice, and he's not done yet. After hitting the studio with ASAP Rocky over the weekend, Juicy shares his latest collaboration with Project Pat, a song called "Twrk Bit."
  • Friends
    After sharing "3 Way Freak” ft Lil Wayne two weeks ago, Mass Appeal unveils "Friends," the second single from Pimp C's forthcoming posthumous album Long Live The Pimp. Juicy J and Nas stopped by to spit a verse apiece over this vintage Southern beat. Frankly, Wayne should have rapped on this one too.
  • Sade & Juicy J
    Sade & Juicy J
    Since appearing on the MTV series "Daddy's Girls" in 2009, singer-songwriter Alycia Bella has gone on to do behind-the-scenes work with top R&B artists like Frank Ocean and The-Dream. She's now come through with a new single, "Sade & Juicy J," on which she showcases a late-night sound that's perfect for the afterparty. Sade mixed with Juicy J is pretty representative of some of the hottest R&B music right now -- the classic musicianship of Sade with a touch of drug-fueled ratchetness. 
  • Marching Band
    Marching Band
    At the end of R Kelly's fun-time music video for "Backyard Party" a straight-up marching band shows up to Kellz' summer kickback and gets down to the first section of Kelly's previously unreleased The Buffet single "Marching Band" feat. Juicy J. It sounded dope then, and now that we have the full track, it still sounds dope.
  • I Ain't Fukin Wit Cha
    I Ain't Fukin Wit Cha
    We just heard a new Juicy J collaboration with Zaytoven, and now the Memphis legend has delivered on the promise of a new track with Logic. "I Ain't Fukin Wit Cha" features an aggressive instrumental from Brampton producer Wondagurl, which Juicy and Logic both greet with some mean-mugged bars.
  • U Can't
    U Can't
    You can't talk about Juicy J's resurgence without talking about Lex Luger. The Atlanta producer was an integral force in breaking Juicy with a new audience through the pairs collaborative Rubba Band Business series. With his new studio album THC: The Hustle Continues on deck, he's now teamed up with yet another ATL producer -- and one who's similarly informing the sound of rap at large as Luger did in 2010.
  • Broke (Remix)
    Broke (Remix)
    Y'all heard of God? The rapper? He chose a tough name to get away with, but the dude raps like a man possessed.
  • Dat Chick
    Dat Chick
    After being featured on our site with various records from Cap 1 & Young Money Yawn, Baby E is back today making waves for himself. Calling on Juicy J & Project Pat, the Young Money artist decides to drop off this new single called “Dat Chick.” Over the bouncy, Madmax-produced beat, Baby E delivers a catchy, club-friendly banger that’s aimed for the ladies dropping it low. No word yet as for where it’ll end up, but it definitely has the potential to make some noise in the strip club.
  • Mrs Mary Mack
    Mrs Mary Mack
    Juicy J just dropped his new mixtape, 100% Juice, after formally announcing the mixtape just yesterday. The tracklist leaked yesterday as well, and fans got even more excited when seeing the names attached to it-- strong producers all around (as well as features), with Sonny Digital, 808 Mafia, Mike WiLL Made It, Crazy Mike and Lex Luger touching the boards. One of the more anticipated records was the Mike WiLL-produced "Mrs. Mary Mack" featuring Weezy and August Alsina, which has been rumored about for a minute.
  • What The Fuck Is Y'all On (Remix)
    What The Fuck Is Y'all On (Remix)
    Although he no doubt has the pull to do so, Chief Keef hasn't been collaborating with many high profile artists as of late, instead opting to create a more insular, experimental world for himself. Today, he opts to remix Juicy J's Rubba Band Business cut "What The Fuck Is Y'all On." Over a nightmarish beat from Lex Luger, Keef lets Juicy give us a hook and two verses before he hops on and closes out the track in free-form fashion. Let us know what you think of this one.
  • Pardon Me
    Pardon Me
    While we wait for his upcoming “Miss Mary Mack” video with Lil Wayne & August Alsina to arrive, Juicy J decides to drop off a new song for the "fuk of it” instead titled “Pardon Me” featuring Chicago rapper G.O.D.
  • Make That Shit Work
    Make That Shit Work
    T-Pain built up quite a bit of excitement with his recent Gangsta Grillz mixtape The Iron Way (you can grab the no DJ version here if you need it), and he returns today with a new single off his fifth studio album Stoicville: The Phoenix. T-Pain has already released a few singles off the long-awaited album in the past, so it's unclear if those are being sidestepped as this is being dubbed the official first single.
  • Tryna Fuck
    Tryna Fuck
    Thus far, Juicy J's kept the music from his upcoming album, THC: The Hustle Continues, under wraps, but today we catch a leak of one of the project's biggest tracks, approved by the Juiceman himself. "Tryna Fuck" features Juicy's Taylor Gang cohort Ty Dolla $ign, and more surprisingly, Drake. Listen below.
  • BlackOut
    If you're looking for three rappers to feature on an EDM-influenced track, Lil Jon Tyga and Juicy J fit the bill perfectly. They've all appeared on tracks by big tent DJs at some point in their careers (Lil Jon has even played that role himself sometimes), and so it makes sense that DJ Felli Fel chose them to be featured on his newest project. Teaming up with fellow DJs Lex Larson and Louie Rubio, Felli's formed a group called The Americanos, and this is their first track, "BlackOut." Check out the high-octane banger, and let us know what you think in the comments.
  • Big Blue
    Big Blue
    You may know Nathan Williams from his work as surf punk act Wavves, but Sweet Valley finds him in much different territory, teaming up with his brother Kynan for some psychedelic hip-hop production. Their latest experiment gathers some impressive features from Juicy J and Soulja Boy, who we're not sure we've ever heard on a track together before.
  • The 420 Freestyle
    The 420 Freestyle
    Joining the 4/20 festivities, Juicy J decides to come through and liberate a new freestyle simply titled “The 420 Freestyle”.
  • Pulled Up
    Pulled Up
    After seeing Action Bronson and Chance The Rapper's hilarious "Baby Blue" video last week, we're given our second "Coming To America" homage of the week in the form of Young Dolph's latest track. Whereas Bronson's video had him and Big Body Bes dressing up like Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall in the 1988 film, Dolph's "Pulled Up" seems unrelated to the movie save for its artwork. 
  • Whatever Makes You Happy
    Whatever Makes You Happy
    On top of the huge amount of original music written for the characters in FOX's new hit show, Empire, the first official soundtrack for the hip hop soap opera will also feature a few records from big names. We heard Charles Hamilton's official comeback single earlier today, and now we're getting a chance to preview Jennifer Hudson's record for the OST.
  • For Everybody
    For Everybody
    Juicy J has been dropping free tracks every now and again since the release of Stay Trippy, and just a few weeks back, he gave us a full mixtape with Blue Dream & Lean 2. Of course, even after releasing a full length project, the hustle must continue for Juicy, and he's dropped yet another new loosie today, this time bringing Wiz around for a verse. 
  • Payback
    "Furious 7" is shaping up to be the hip-hop movie of 2015. Regardless of your expectations for the film, the soundtrack hosts some of the biggest stars in the game, and "Payback" is the most star-studded collab we've heard yet. The track features Juicy J, Kevin Gates, Future, and Sage the Gemini; four different rappers, and four wildly different rapping styles. One should note that this initial recording features a clip of "Ride Out", the soundtrack's leading single, in the seconds before "Payback" gets going.