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New Music Dec 8  |  

Juicy J – ‘Rubba Band Business’ (Album Stream)

Memphis Hip-Hop veteran, Juicy J, previously dropped “No English,” “Ain’t Nothing,” and “Flood Watch.” He is back to release his 4th solo studio album titled Rubba Band Business. “So whatever you like with Three 6 Mafia, it’s just a mixture of old Three 6 Mafia with Lex Luger beats, Metro Boomin beats, with Murda beats,” Juicy . . .

Juicy J and Offset are right on time with "Flood Watch"
New Music Aug 4  |  

Juicy J and Offset are right on time with “Flood Watch”

Memphis Hip-Hop veteran, Juicy J, delivers the trippy, hard-hitting “Flood Watch” to get you right for the weekend. He recently linked with Smokepurpp for “Streets Love Me.” He combines with Offset to turn up on on the piano-laden TM88 production. Stream “Flood Watch below and grab the single on iTunes.

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New Music Aug 1  |  

Smokepurpp and Juicy J link up for “Streets Love Me”

Miami native Smokepurpp‘s “Streets Love Me” is a banger, and Ice Bream’s ominous, discordant production is a huge reason why. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to have a guest verse from the legendary Juicy J on tap as well. I highly recommend letting this ring off in a car with a quality sound system. Stream . . .

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D.R.A.M. – “Gilligan” ft. A$AP Rocky & Juicy J

D.R.A.M. is a versatile artist. The Virginia bred emcee and vocalist flips the equation again for his latest release, “Gilligan.” It featuries A$AP Rocky and Juicy J, and it’s got “summertime banger” written all over it. D.R.A.M. holds down the infectious chorus, and all three emcees find their own respective groove over top of the dark, bass-heavy . . .

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New Music Sep 19  |  

Juicy J – ‘Must Be Nice’ (Mixtape)

Memphis hip hop veteran, Juicy J, has released his Must Be Nice mixtape. He recently blessed fans with the Gucci Mane and Peewee Longway-featuring “Trap” which is also the project’s opener. He has brought in many other notable features including Jeremih, Wiz Khalifa, 21 Savage, and more. Production contributions aren’t lacking either as we see Lex . . .

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New Music Sep 16  |  

Juicy J – “Trap” ft. Gucci Mane & Peewee Longway

Juicy J will drop his Must Be Nice mixtape on Monday, and the trap influenced project is backed by the release of the intro track, which is fittingly titled “Trap” and features Gucci Mane and Peewee Longway. “Trap” is exactly what you would expect, as production comes from Lex Luger and TM88, two guys Juicy . . .

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New Music Jul 27  |  

Juicy J – “Old Skool” (Video)

“Old Skool riding, tinted like I’m hiding.” Juicy J rides around town in some classic sports cars in his newly released video for “Old Skool.” The always-prolific veteran emcee continues to build buzz for his Lit In Ceylon mixtape. Watch the video for “Old Skool” below, and stream Lit In Ceylon afterwards. (RapWAVE)

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Juicy J & Travis Scott collide on “No English”

Juicy J and Travis Scott came up in different eras of hip-hop, bring different styles to the table, and draw from drastically different influences. That being said, they both have pretty top flight records when it comes to making bangers. They link up and do just that on their new collaborative release, “No English.” Look for . . .

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New Music Jun 2  |  

Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J & TM88 – ‘Rude Awakening’ (Album Stream)

Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J and TM88 join forces for a high-powered new album called Rude Awakening. TM88’s dark, bass-heavy production is the perfect backdrop for anthemic Juicy J choruses. It also pulls some of the best rapping out of Wiz that we’ve heard in a minute. I support it. Stream Rude Awakening below. (RapWAVE)

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Belly takes a trip to “Zanzibar” with Juicy J (Video)

Canadian emcee Belly links up with Juicy J to drop a video for “Zanzibar,” in which the two hit the streets and enjoy all the vices that come their way before a surprise ending takes things in a very unexpected direction. Expect Belly’s Another Day In Paradise project to release on May 27th. Watch the . . .

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A$AP Mob – “Yamborghini High” ft. Juicy J (Video)

The A$AP Mob and Juicy J have plenty of fun in their new “Yamborghini High” video, as they don colorful clothing and ride around in luxury sports cars, giving us a window into how they live. Catch glimpses of Rocky, Ferg, Na$t, Ant, Twelvyy and Juicy J celebrating their accomplishments. Watch the video for “Yamborghini . . .

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A$AP Rocky – “Yamborghini High” ft. Juicy J + “Hear Me” ft. Pharrell

Amidst all of the chaos that was today, with Rihanna’s album “Anti” randomly appearing and disappearing on Tidal and Kanye West’s stream of conscious tweeting about Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky decided to release two songs on a brand new Soundcloud. The first song in the two part series was a song, we’ve already heard before, . . .

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Juicy J Surprises The World With ‘O’s To Oscars’ Mixtape

Juicy J is back in your stereo with O’s To Oscars, an all new fourteen-track mixtape. The project includes guest features from the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Project Pat, Ty Dolla $ign, and Logic, along with production from Sonny Digital, Metro Boomin, Lex Luger, Zaytoven, WondaGurl, and more. Stream O’s To Oscars below.

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Ty Dolla $ign “Blasé” Remixes Feature T.I., Jeezy, Diddy, Juicy J

Ty Dolla $ign links with modern moguls to release not just one but two remixes of his hit single, “Blasé.” Back in late June Ty blessed his fans with a single from his highly anticipated album ,Free TC.  Production was delivered by DJ Spinz as he gave us electronic production strong enough to have Future and Rae Sremmurd turn it up a . . .

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Pimp C – “Friends” f. Juicy J & Nas

Regional influences are all over the place on Pimp C‘s latest posthumous track, “Friends.” The slow moving, southern fried cut features contrasting guest features from Houston legend Juicy J and Queens, New York icon Nas. When put together, everything makes sense. The song issues an ominous warning about the consequences of keeping fair weather friends . . .