Posts Tagged ‘Juicy J’

Young Scooter is another rapper out of Atlanta who has gained notoriety in recent years after putting out several successful mixtapes. That trend should continue after the release of his latest track “Disfunction”, which features a star-studded lineup of influential Southern hip-hop artists. With auto-tune master Future on the hook and verses from Memphis legend Juicy J as well as up-and-comer Young Thug, Young Scooter pretty much hit the jackpot in gathering this grouping of guest appearances. And when you put that line-up over a spacey synth-heavy banger courtesy of Metro Boomin and 808 Mafia, “Disfunction” proves itself as a certified street-anthem. There might not be a lot of lyrical complexity from these artists on the track, but that does not take away from the strength of “Disfunction” as a quality, big-time collaboration.  (more…)

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Not many veteran rappers can match the resurgence Juicy J has had in the past few years. He has been featured on numerous chart topping singles, working with a variety of artists ranging from Future to Katy Perry. Coming off the release of his well-received album Stay Trippy last year, Juicy J is back on his grind. He gained a ton of press for giving away a $50,000 scholarship to a well-deserving single mother with the other ‘twerking’ contestants being left disappointed. Earlier this month, Juicy J took to Twitter announcing that he would be releasing another album in 2014. Although we are not sure if this new track “Blow Out” will be on it, it proves that Juicy J is continuing his successful run of solid music going into 2014.  (more…)

Future has swiftly become one of the more popular hook kings in hip-hop the past year or so. His recent street single “Sh!T” is one of many hits that have caught on recently, most likely attributed to the fact that high rising producer MikeWiLLMadeIt is the man behind the club favorite hood anthem. Due to the tracks’ success, “Sh!t” is getting the remix treatment from a number of high profile rappers, but this version featuring Drake and Juicy J is the one that has everybody talking as Drizzy seems to fire multiple subliminal shots at none other than Kendrick Lamar.

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