Juicy J is back with another freestyle after giving us one over Lil Wayne’s “Believe Me” and Rae Sremmurd’s “No Flex Zone” instrumentals. Now Juicy takes on the hottest track out of NYC at the moment “Hot Nigga” from Bobby Shmurda.
We had a feeling this might become the next song everyone decided to remix. After Nicki hopped on the Rae Sremmurd single, Juicy J decides to take a turn next and drop his own version of the Mike WiLL Made It-produced “No Flex Zone.”
Hear it below.
With the release of his next studio album Blacc Hollywood about a month away, Wiz Khalifa releases a matching visual for his latest single release featuring Project Pat and Juicy J.
See the video below.
Juicy J is back with another vlog episode. In this installment we see Juicy finish up his show in Denver and head to Houston to do it all over again.
Peep the video after the jump.
Juicy J has been staying busy like always and decides to join in on the fun of remixing Drake’s “0 To 100″ single.
Stream and download below.
Juicy J brings us a new vlog episode showing him performing and turning up in Denver for their Summerjam festivities. Watch the episode below.
Here go two new tracks from Juicy J one featuring Lil Bibby titled “Holy Ghost”, while the other is a solo joint entitled “You Don”t Know” with production by Mike WiLL Made It.
Hear both tracks after the jump.
A few weeks ago we got a version of K Camp’s single “Cut Her Off” that featured Boosie, YG and Too $hort. Well today we get another version that has Juicy J replacing Too $hort on the chart topping single. Keep an eye out for a video for the version that includes Too $hort.
Take a listen after the jump.
Wiz Khalifa enlists Juicy J and his older brother Project Pat for assistance on this new record “KK”, which stands for Wiz’s own strain Khalifa Kush. We are not sure if this will live on the Taylor Gang frontman’s third studio LP Blacc Hollywood coming later this year, but either way fans have a new smoking jam.
Hear it below.
You know the deal. We have compiled some of our favorite tracks from throughout the week that deserve an extra look. See the list after the jump and make room on that summer playlist.