Stay Trippy donned ample songs for the clubs, and today, Juicy J returns with a visual for another that fits the bill, titled “Stop It.” The energetic intro is geared for any stage of alcohol-accompanied activity, but it’s attached to an eerily deranged tale in the treatment.

It looks like Drake has more in store for his “Worst Behaviour” video. WordOnRoad published some photos showing the OVO rapper shooting more scenes for his Nothing Was The Same track with director Little X.

Louisiana’s DJ Bay Bay blesses the Internets with a new track called “Cash In A Rubberband,” featuring Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, and Project Pat, from his Bay Bay Day mixtape.

Detroit rhyme slinger Danny Brown gives some of the most candid interviews in the game. The outspoken rapper turned heads once again, after saying that folks supporting the buzzing career of Miley Cyrus as a rapper and booty-deficient twerker are only in it for the money.

Juicy J admittedly has an affinity for all forms of inebriation. This was proven again on track 13 from Stay Trippy, titled “All I Blow Is Loud,” which can now be seen in visual form.

Mike WiLL Made It swore by his single “23” for much of the summer, and weeks after it’s release, he continues to champion it with an accompanying visual.

Singer-songwriter Bei Major now goes by Maejor Ali, and returns today with a visual for his catchy single “Lolly,” featuring Juicy J and Justin Bieber.

Hip-Hop permeates pop music yet again on a new record by Katy Perry called “Dark Horse,” featuring the trippy king Juicy J. This is the follow up to “Roar” and the first promotional single from the singer’s upcoming fourth studio album Prism.

Hip-Hop fans have heard producer Mike Will Made It sing praises of his new single “23” for much of the last few months. The wait is finally over as the Atlanta native unveils the full version of the track, which features Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, and the current talk of the town, Miley Cyrus.

LoLa Monroe, makes a resurgence with her latest track “B.B,” featuring Juicy J and Chevy Woods. An acronym for “Boss B-tch,” she is claiming to be the baddest in the game.

It took a while, but Wale has finally debuted the long-awaited visual for The Gifted‘s gentleman’s club anthem “Clappers,” featuring Nicki Minaj and Juicy J.

Not everyone was amused when Juicy J announced that he was offering a $50,000 scholarship for the best “Twerker.” A group of Black women are calling for a boycott of the Trippy One and his new album, Stay Trippy.