Juicy J's original version of "Bounce It" was an interesting production, because it was Dr. Luke--one of the biggest pop producers in the game--taking his hand at trap. The result is a little more shimmering than the usual Mike WiLL and Lex Luger beats Juicy has been known to rhyme over (probably more to do with the money behind it than anything).
The remix is also interesting, as the instrumental gets as much of a tune up as the vocals. This time offering more dynamics to the track, as well as busy-ing up the drums. Wiz feels right at home here, being a rapper who's production has often skirted the line between street and full on pop (word to Stargate), and Trey turns in the first rap verse we've heard from him in a minute-- his rhyming skills underrated as they've ever been. Juicy also gives us the privilege of a new verse for the remix-- something other rappers should take note of.