Sir J of the Juice ventures to my hometown Las Vegas for the sixth installment of his Trippy Tour vlog series. Stay Trippy, the album, coming soon.
DJ Scream makes a new anthem for the stickup kids with “Come Up Off That” featuring Juicy J, Project Pat and Migos. This single will be featured on his The Ratchet Superior EP which drops on May 31st.
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The Trippy Mane sits down with KarmaloopTV’s Carissa Rossi to discuss the “Stay Trippy!” tour, his upcoming LP, a Taylor Gang compilation, Rihanna, and more.
During my daily-travels around the internet, I came across an open letter DJ A-Trak penned for HuffingtonPost that revolves around hip hop’s current obsession with drug usage. While he doesn’t partake himself, A-Trak has worked with artists who glorify their existence (Juicy J, Danny Brown, etc) and offers up a fantastic discussion-opening piece that I suggest everyone that visits the site digests.
I don’t know anything about drugs. Never tried them. Yet as I write this, I am trying to sign a group with a song called “Bath Salts” and an album titled “D.R.U.G.S.”. Danny Brown, my record label’s marquee artist, calls himself the Adderall Admiral, openly does interviews high on Molly and raps, “it’s a miracle I’m living.” I happen to think he is one of the most enthralling artists out. How do I reconcile my respect for Danny and the fact that so many of his wildly creative and entertaining songs revolve around drug usage?
Ke$ha gets assistance from Juicy J on the remix of her single “Crazy Kids” which originally featured will.i.am. Spotted: HHNM
Directed by Ted Cadillac.
Juicy J presents new visuals for his latest track off his upcoming project, Stay Trippy, due out July 2nd.
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Sir J of the Juice: literary bard, ladies and germs.
In the fifth installment of his Trippy Tour series, Juicy J gets “turnt up” on the bus during the Grizzlies/Clippers game, hits the stage, knocks out some interviews and more.
Sir J of the Juice joins Trinidad on the official remix to his Don’t Be S.A.F.E. single.
Juicy J takes Dallas, San Antonio, and Baton Rouge on his Trippy Tour. The album, Stay Trippy, arrives on July 2.
PREVIOUS: Juicy J Reveals Stay Trippy Release Date
Sitting down with FlyTimesDaily during the Stay Trippy Tour, Sir J of the Juice reveals that his new album Stay Trippy will hit shelves on July 2nd. Features to include The Weeknd, Project Pat, Young Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa, Chris Brown, Big Sean and countless others.
PREVIOUS: Casey Veggies – Young N*ggas f. Juicy J