Juicy J Songs

  • You Don't Know
    You Don't Know
    Juicy J surprised us with two brand new tracks today, unleashing both for free download. While "Holy Ghost" is surprising but effective collaboration with Chicago's Lil Bibby, "You Don't Know" finds Juicy linking up with frequent collaborator Mike WiLL. The producer and rapper are responsible for assisting one another on their biggest hits ("23" and "Bands A Make Her Dance" respectively), and it seems like this could be another big one for both parties.
  • Holy Ghost
    Holy Ghost
    Juicy J has released a free new record to celebrate the 4th of July. His new track, "Holy Ghost" is a surprising but very welcome collaboration with Chicago up-and-comer Lil Bibby. The darkly propulsive instrumental fits both rappers perfectly, and makes for a great reason to get the party started for the holiday. On top of that, Juicy dropped the Mike WiLL-produced solo cut, "You Don't Know". So you now have yet another reason to turn up. 
  • Cut Her Off (Remix)
    Cut Her Off (Remix)
    Earlier this month, fans were treated to a fresh new remix of K Camp's smash hit single "Cut Her Off." Featuring Lil Boosie, YG & Too Short, the remix was reader-approved and spent some time near the top of our charts. Now, it seems, we're being treated to a remix of the remix featuring Juicy J. Replacing Too Short, Juicy does his best to match the Bay Area legend's verse with some of his own Memphis twang. 
  • Twerkin 4 Birkin
    Twerkin 4 Birkin
    Songwriter, singer, rapper, producer, twerker... there's nothing that Ester Dean can't do. Dropping by with a brand new track exclusively on HotNewHipHop, the Oklahoma-born songstress returns to the spotlight with "Twerkin 4 Birkin." A re-release of a track we initially featured back in May, this updated version features a new verse courtesy of Juicy J. 
  • I Don't Mind
    I Don't Mind
    Usher follows up the deceptively filthy soul jam "Good Kisser", with a classic R&B record featuring a few modern twists. Ad-libs are abundant on this track, and while it sounds like the unmistakable work of Migos, we can not confirm that the ATL trio contribute. The song, which is essentially an ode to Usher's stripper bae, also scores some subtle, but trap-like low end, which compliments the piano chords quite nicely. Finally there's the gleeful vulgarity of Juicy J, who unlike on number one hit "Dark Horse" is not under the gun to keep things PG.
  • KK
    Wiz Khalifa's "We Dem Boyz" is still doing big things, and after delivering a project full of Trap Wiz bangers in the form of 28 Grams, Khalifa has delivered yet another street-ready track.
  • Live Forever
    Live Forever
    blink-182 drummer Travis Barker has made quite a name for himself in hip-hop music. After releasing his debut solo album, Give the Drummer Some, in 2011 with what's probably the most impressive guest feature line-up of all time, the producer has remained consistently busy with full-length collaborative mixtapes, most notably with Yelawolf on the under-appereciated Psycho White.
  • Word On The Town
    Word On The Town
    Word on the town is that Wiz Khalifa is back with a brand new mixtape available for download right here at HNHH. Word on the town is also that "Word On The Town" might just be the best thing on it. Featuring trippy vocals from none other than Taylor Gang representer Juicy J as well as the ghost of Pimp C, the mixtape standout finds Wiz and company flexing on snitches and threatening to fuck their bitches. Like what you're hearing?
  • Touchdown (Remix)
    Touchdown (Remix)
    To date, all we have from Cali rapper OT Genasis on HNHH is his guest verse on Troy Ave's remix of Chris Brown's "Loyal," but if this new, star-studded remix is any sign of things to come, we'll be seeing a lot more from him in the future. Busta Rhymes, French Montana and Juicy J have hopped on Genasis' "Touchdown" -- listen and download below.
  • Beautiful Ones
    Beautiful Ones
    The term 'Thot' came was thrown around by Chicago rappers for a while before other rappers began to take notice. Over the last few months however, we've definitely seen the slang (for 'That Hoe Over There') used by a wider range of artists like Game and Fat Trel. Juicy J is the latest to adopt the word, incorporating it into the hook of his new free track "Beautiful Ones".  The song finds the Trippy one breaking out some melodies over some synthesized strings provided by Lil Awree.
  • Turn Down For What (Remix)
    Turn Down For What (Remix)
    Well here’s an official club banger for your weekend. Lil Jon and DJ Snake decided to add some hip hop flavor to their international club hit “Turn Down For What”, and recruit 2 Chainz, French Montana, and Juicy J for the official remix. Lining the shots up, Juicy, Chainz, and French all add their own braggadocious bars over the infectious party anthem. This will definitely be a club favorite so get used to it. Click play, and turn up! Who has the best verse?
  • Have Some Fun
    Have Some Fun
    DJ Felli Fel is back with yet another crew track, though this one has a decidedly EDM feel.  "Have Some Fun" alternates between straight up four-on-the-floor dance, and trappy half time. He recruits a mixed bag of guests, with Pitbull appearing in his natural habitat, Juicy J proving that he's fully capable of crossover appeal (see Katy Perry's number one smash, "Dark Horse"), and Pitbull coming through with an infectious hook.
  • Legendary
    After hearing “Taking You Off Here” & “Say Something” a few weeks ago, Prodigy and Havoc, bka Mobb Deep, are back with another record off their upcoming album The Infamous Mobb Deep.
  • Disfunction
    Young Scooter has dropped a new street anthem with a stacked cast of features.  "Disfunction" collects verses from Young Thug, Juicy J, and puts Future on the hook, while the beat comes courtesy of ATL production powerhouses Metro Boomin and 808 Mafia. Apparently Scooter will be releasing a new version of his first post-jail tape, Street Lottery 2, which will be called Street Lottery 2 Remixed. ScooWop will also appear on two new tracks from Future's upcoming sophomore album, Honest.
  • Rick James
    Rick James
    "Slap a bitch like Rick James." "Rick James" is the latest offering from Keyshia Cole, which finds her comparing herself to the controversial musical icon, unconventionally enough. She enlisted Juicy J to reinforce her boasts, and the Trippy King clearly had no problem delivering. Thoughts on their chemistry? The last we heard from Keyshia was an early January freestyle over Chris Brown's "Loyal" single, an HNHH premiere which you can listen to here.
  • Face It (Weedmix)
    Face It (Weedmix)
    Curtis Williams is one half of Two9, and an emerging artist out of the "New Atlanta" scene. The rapper also has an ear for an experimental production, often working with producers such as C4 and Childish Major. His track, "Face It" which takes on its literal meaning, as well as the act of smoking a blunt to one's self, takes a similar approach, with a hazy, but driving instrumental from Ron Shaw. No stranger to trippy-ness, Juicy J joins the track this time around, delivering a typically drug-infused verse.
  • Dark Horse (New Version)
    Dark Horse (New Version)
    Katy Perry recently dropped off the Egypt-inspired music video for her single featuring Juicy J "Dark Horse", and today we've received a new version or "urban remix" of the track which actually features a second Juicy J verse. You can check out the original version of the single here. Is it better now that Juicy has a second verse? Let us know what you think.
  • Show Me (Remix)
    Show Me (Remix)
    Kid Ink's "Show Me" has been killing the clubs for months, and now it finally gets the all-star remix treatment it deserves. Juicy J, 2 Chainz and Trey Songz join Kid Ink and Chris Brown on the DJ Mustard-produced affair. As every rapper should, Ink provides a new verse for the remix, bragging about the West Coast being "back like '94" and likening himself to the "old Chris Tucker".
  • Dark Horse (Remix)
    Dark Horse (Remix)
    Following Katy Perry's performance at the Grammys last night alongside her "Dark Horse" (original) feature Juicy J, today we receive a remix of the single in question, with Mr. Worldwide added to the mix. Is the remix better or worse than the original? Quotable Lyrics
  • Still In The Trap
    Still In The Trap
    Don Trip just dropped his Randy Savage mixtape, which pays tribute to the late wrestling legend, which many rappers (namely Lil Wayne) have referenced in the past. The project (his first since the criminally underrated Step Brothers 2 with Starlito) finds him mainly taking the reins solo, but "Still In The Trap," in which he raps alongside Juicy J serves as one of the projects early highlights. 
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