UPDATE: Juicy J also revealed the artwork for Stay Trippy. See it on the following pages. With August 27 approaching, Juicy J provides more information on his solo debut, Stay Trippy, by releasing the tracklist. Logically speaking, this was the next natural step in promoting the LP, since he revealed the release date and features last week.
Juicy J earns a living the ski mask way in the visual for his latest single “Bounce It.” With his yellow bone love interest alongside and a bit of assistance from industry brethren Wale and Trey Songz, the trippy rapper hits a string of licks for the ultimate cash out.
If an album’s success is a matter of timing, Juicy J had about two or three opportunities to release his solo debut, Stay Trippy. After numerous push backs, the veteran MC returns today with a press release announcing that he will drop his long-awaited project August 27 via Taylor Gang/Kemosabe/Columbia Records.
Juicy J liberates another freebie track called “Shootin,” featuring Wiz Khalifa for your listening pleasure. Again, the Three 6 Mafia legend opts to defer from his trippy tunes for more street-influenced rhymes.
Take a break from your Magna Carta Holy Grail listening sessions to feast your ears on this new track by Juicy J. Titled “Yet,” the Taylor Gang rapper provides a worthy “turn up” anthem for your 4th of July needs.
We all know Los Angeles is well represented on the Hip-Hop front, but SoCal also birthed one of the game’s more promising singer-songwriters, Ty Dolla $ign. The “My Cabana” crooner returns today with a new Beach House 2 release called “Ratchet In My Benz,” featuring Juicy J.
It’s officially summer — a season filled with fun and imminent turn ups. Because a proper soundtrack is essential to facilitating these activities, we suggest you look into Atlanta group Migos and ATL-via-Kansas City rapper Que for your seasonal anthem needs.
A wild night in a local bar turns deadly in Juicy J‘s new video for “One Of Those Nights,” featuring The Weeknd.
Juicy J can churn out single after single if need be. For proof, see exhibit A — the latest Stay Trippy release by the Three 6 Mafia rapper called “Bounce It,” featuring Wale and Trey Songz.
Juicy J remains focused. The trippy one drops a video for “Ain’t No Coming Down,” which unsurprisingly lyrically bigs up his eternally turnt up lifestyle.
Young Jeezy and his CTE World imprint debuted their #Itstheworld EP earlier today. After a first listen, it’s clear that the closing track, “4 What,” is a standout in the bunch.
Talk about a speedy turn around. Juicy J liberated a loose track yesterday called “Boss N***a,” and follows up less than 24 hours later with its visual treatment.