Juicy J Songs

  • BlackOut
    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.
  • On Me
    On Me
    As Juicy J continues to become an industry mogul, expect him to put on more young talent. His latest act goes by the name of K Check, and J hooked him up with some huge features on his debut single, "On Me." Opening the track with the fitting adrenaline is Baton Rouge's Kevin Gates, always on point on his feature game. Then L.A.'s Problem gives a club-ready hook before we get to meet K Check, who raps smooth and steady with an acute ear for melody. Juice, the lone vet of the bunch, closes the track in climactic fashion. 
  • 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
    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.
  • She Knows (Remix)
    She Knows (Remix)
    Watch out everyone-- this new remix of Ne-Yo's "She Knows" opens with the best Fabolous verse in quite some time. French Montana and the song's original guest, Juicy J, also appear on this remix of the Non-Fiction cut. The horn-led song also gets fire verses from Montana and Juicy, with the former rhyming "alcohol" with "conference call." This one gives Trey Songz's and The-Dream's remix a run for its money.
  • Whole Thang
    Whole Thang
    Juicy J just delivered his new mixtape Blue Dream & Lean 2 today as promised, and the mixtape is predominantly produced by Mike WiLL Made It, Juicy, Lil Awree and Crazy Mike. With frequent collaborators taking care of the production, Juicy J also calls upon a few friends for verses, with appearances from Rae Sremmurd, Future, Project Pat and Wiz. "Whole Thang" has a bass-heavy beat from Mike WiLL Made It, while Wiz and Juicy promise to do it big- from smoking kush to spending their money.
  • I'm Sicka
    I'm Sicka
    Juicy J's Blue Dream & Lean was a big break for the rapper, one of the projects that established him as a force to be reckoned with. He's following up his breakthrough studio album, Stay Trippy, with a sequel to the project, and today he's provided one last leak from the project before it hits the net tomorrow.
  • All I Need (New Version)
    All I Need (New Version)
    The VERY HOTTTs just keep coming tonight. Back in October, Juicy J and K Camp paired up for a Big Fruit-produced track called "All I Need" that still sounded a bit unpolished. Today, they've given us a longer, better mastered version, and revealed that it will appear on Juicy's new tape Blue Dream & Lean 2, dropping on Monday, February 16th.
  • A Tale Of 2 Citiez (Freestyle)
    A Tale Of 2 Citiez (Freestyle)
    Making his first appearance in 2015, Juicy J decides to come through tonight and drop off a new freestyle over J Cole's Forest Hills Drive cut “A Tale Of 2 Cities”.
  • WTF (Remix)
    WTF (Remix)
    While fans are still patiently awaiting Juicy J's upcoming studio album, The Hustle Continues, and while the project is still without a proper release date, Juicy continues to drop a banger or two on us every couple months.
  • Everywhere We Go (Remix)
    Everywhere We Go (Remix)
    At the top of the month, Atlanta duo, A1 the Supergroup, made their HNHH debut when they linked up with Juicy J for an alternative version of their single “Everywhere We Go”.
  • Waitress
    Waitress
    We introduced you to Young Money Yawn with a his "I Love Lucy"-sampled "Shout Out To Papi" featuring Pusha T and Lunch Money. The Norfolk, Virginia MC (who has a close relationship with Pusha) has delivered us a few pieces of visual content since then, but today he gets back to the audio with the release of a new record featuring Juicy J.
  • Elvis Presley Blvd (Remix)
    Elvis Presley Blvd (Remix)
    With Hood Billionaire due out in twenty days time, Rick Ross is going full force on the promo. The MMG bawse delivered a new record last night off the album, "Nickel Rock" featuring Boosie Badazz (who has been rounding up a ton of features lately). As if that wasn't enough, the rapper returns this morning with a big remix of "Elvis Presley Blvd," now featuring Yo Gotti, Project Pat, Juicy J, MJG and Young Dolph.
  • Everywhere We Go (Remix)
    Everywhere We Go (Remix)
    A1 The Supergroup have a certified regional hit with "Everywhere We Go." Originally remixed by K-Camp earlier this year, the track now receives its second rendition. While featuring a fresh new verse from Juicy J, the track retains the original instrumental and chorus work, essentially taking a product that already worked and tuning it a up a bit with more star power. The question is whether Juicy's vocals feel as at home over the C4 production as his predecessor. We'll let you decide.
  • Four
    Four
    According to their Soundcloud, Benzel are a duo originally hailing from Osaka, Japan. The two, Umi Takahashi and Yoko Watanabe met online and quickly connected on multiple levels; their love for J. Dilla and their love for socks. [Edit: Then again, Benzel could just be two dudes, producers Two Inch Punch and Benny Blanco...] They managed to nab Juicy J for their latest drop, "Four," which is off their upcoming Men EP, but they did it. They've also got Norwegian producer Cashmere Cat on the melancholic "Four."
  • Trash
    Trash
    Juicy J just took to his Soundcloud to let go two free records, the first of which is "All I Need" featuring K Camp and production from Big Fruit. For the second cut, "Trash," Juicy handles the production alongside Crazy Mike and Lil Awree. The Taylor Gang rapper says that "these songs sound like how I'm feeling right now." This one's a slowed down, spiraling beat with dark piano keys in the background. 
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