stay trippy

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.

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.

Last week, Juicy J created an uproar on the Internets after tweeting that he would give away a $50K scholarship to the best twerker without any context. He returns today with more info on how one can with the grand prize.

Juicy J and Big Sean have something in common other than sharing an August 27 release date. Yesterday, The Source magazine announced that the Three 6 Mafia rapper will also grace the cover of their annual “Power 30” issue, hitting new stands this week.

Welp, this is what it’s come to. In the midst of the current twerking phenomenon, well noted aficionado of all circular caboose movement, Juicy J, will put his “Bandz A Make Her Dance” mantra to work in the name of education.

Last night, the good folks at Columbia Records gathered a select amount of media and tastemakers to get a listen of Juicy J‘s long-awaited solo debut Stay Trippy at their New York City office.

Juicy J is one of a few MCs we can always count on to flood the Internets with new material. Today he returns with a visual for “Yet,” which originally released July 4th.

Juicy J dropped a list of freebie tracks while his forthcoming album, Stay Trippy, was still in limbo. Today a standout from the bunch titled “Ain’t No Coming Down” gets reworked on a remix featuring T.I. 

Are you having trouble remembering exactly when Juicy J’s new album, Stay Trippy, will be in stores? Just for you, the Three 6 Mafia founder and Taylor Gang delegate drops “August 27th Flow” as a friendly reminder.

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.