Juicy J teams up with Pi’erre Bourne to give us a brand new album chock full of bangers. While Juicy J gives us that normal Three 6 Juicy J style that we all love, Pi’erre Bourne is a newcomer that tries to sing on a lot of tracks and pretty much comes through as unnecessary. On most tracks, it doesn’t really bother the listener too much, but there are a few where it seems like it is not needed at all. The beats on here are pretty dope and are about what you would expect from a Juicy J album. He always finds a way to select beats that showcase that Memphis heat. All in all, this is a pretty decent and relatively quick listen. If you are a fan of Juicy J, you will definitely dig this one.
Juicy J & Wiz Khalifa join forces to drop a new project for fans and this one really hit nicely. This was a fantastic combination that is what we needed to hear. Their styles mesh together perfectly. Juicy J brings that classic Memphis sound and sprinkles it with his signature style. Wiz Khalifa speeds his style up just a tad and spits rhymes that complement Juicy perfectly. They spit bars littered with opulence and partying in the way that only they could. From front to back, this album plays through really solidly. It’s uncanny how well of a bond that these two MCs have and their styles complement each other almost flawlessly. This is a very good body of work that fans will definitely appreciate.
Juicy J gives us the deluxe edition of his The Hustle Still Continues album. He tacks on 9 new tracks to give us more of that slamming party bounce that Juicy J can only give us. These new tracks seem to elevate the album overall. It brings it up a bit by adding some decent features and bringing more of that Memphis sound to the club. The content isn’t too much different than the regular album version and the beats pretty much remain the same as well. All in all, Juicy serves up a fresh second helping, if you will, of more bounce for yout speakers. Another good job by the Three 6 legend.
Juicy J and Three 6 Mafia deliver a new project. I’m not completely sure if this is unreleased material or brand new material. Either way, this is classic sounding Three 6 joints for your system. You get that signature Memphis sound that always sounds great booming out of the car or the club. The lyrics are what you would expect from the very animated Juicy J and crew. The beats on here are definitely hitting for par and what you would expect from Three 6 Mafia. All in all, this is a good time as you move through this project. Real fans will definitely appreciate it and I’m sure this will attract a few new fans as well.
Juicy J hits us with another project and this one is pretty average for Juicy. He is hitting right for par on this one. It is definitely a fun ride through the world of Juicy J and he shows us that The Hustle Continues. His bars are chock full of bravado, drugs, partying, and money. Fans would expect nothing less. On the musical side, the beats are pretty much what you would expect from Juicy. You can tell some of the songs that they were aiming to be singles when you hear tracks like “Gah Damn High” featuring Lex Luger and Wiz Khalifa or “She Gon Pop It” featuring Megan Thee Stallion and Ty Dolla Sign. They were definitely trying to go the radio route with those records and it is appreciated. All in all, not a bad time spent with Juicy J on this one. Definitely worth a listen.
Juicy J teams up with possibly the worst rapper I’ve heard in a long time. Juicy J does his thing and gives us classic Juicy J rhymes to keep us all satisfied. Splash Drexler, on the other hand, I’m not sure this dude can put his pants on without help. His rapping is about as sloppy as it gets. He can’t rhyme on beat to save his life. His flow is straight trash. His wordplay is terrible. There is absolutely no substance in his rhymes at all. I’ve heard rocks rap better than he can. Why Juicy J ever chose to collaborate with this guy, I will never know. The beats on here are pretty decent overall. Juicy pretty much handles the first three quarters of the album and then this other clown comes in to ruin the rest of it. Most of the tracks sound like it would be a dope Juicy J album. To this fool Splash Drexler, please for the love of God, never rap again. You are destroying the culture. You aren’t good at it. It doesn’t matter how much money you have or how many streams you have. Just stop rapping forever please. You are terrible at it. As for Juicy J, he does a great job on his part of this project. I’m going to rate it very poorly and it is only due to Splash Drexler.
Juicy J is back with another dope project of that Memphis bouncing, Three 6 music that we have come to love. His signature style is all over this one yet again and it sounds pretty dope. You definitely get what you expect here from Juicy J. His rhymes are laced with the same mix of gangsta tales and partying opulence that we definitely appreciate from him. The beats on here are definitely pretty dope as well. I wouldn’t say this is his best work ever but, this is definitely a good and fun listen. If you like Juicy J, you will definitely appreciate this album.
This release is a little deceiving. It is not a joint effort by the two artists. It is a collection of songs from both of them on the solo tip. While these are 2 different styles being put together on the same album, it does seem like there are some similarities between how the two artists display their art. Lyrically, they are both about partying and living it up. Juicy J will spit those drug references all day and Ty Dolla Sign will tell you about how he is partying it up with both the main chick and the side chick. It was probably a good idea to put these two together, but I would have liked to have seen some actual collaborative efforts between the two. The beats were pretty decent all around. With Juicy J, you get that Memphis bounce sound while Ty Dolla Sign’s stuff is a little more musical. All in all, this wasn’t a bad album. Think of it more as a compilation than an album though.
Juicy J drops off another surprise mixtape that sounds more hurried than anything else. It’s almost as if he said to himself, Hey, lets just throw anything that we have laying around on this project. Lyrically, you aren’t really going to get anything special on here. Even for Juicy J standards, this record sounds a little tired. The beats aren’t anything too crazy either. You can almost find yourself getting lost from track to track as it just sounds repetitive. I wouldn’t say it is bottom of the barrel for the Memphis legend, but this is definitely not his best work. Hopefully he was just unloading everything he had left in 2017 and getting ready for 2018.
Juicy J comes back with a banger here. We all know the sound and style that we are used to from Juicy J and admittedly, sometimes it can get redundant. This album basically refreshes what he does so well. Lyrically he is on point. You are not going to find any deep or uplifting bars on here, but if you are a Juicy J fan, you already know that. He is good at what he creates though. The beats are definitely knocking as well. Metroboomin lends a hand on quite a few tracks and the results are great. I think this is a great example of how well a “turn-up” and “stay trippy” album can be. There is a time and a place for this music and Juicy J gives us some quality product here. It can definitely be listened to from front to back. So next time you are going to pop some percs or molly and turn up in the club, here is your soundtrack.
Juicy J is back with another one and this one is pretty fun overall. I wouldn’t say it is classic by any means, but it is what we have come to expect from Juicy. He definitely shoots for par with this one. It’s a good listen. His lyrics and his flow are pretty much what you would expect to here. There are plenty of party tracks that you can bounce to with tons of drug references and descriptions of money-throwing, champagne-pouring good times. We need this every once in awhile and Juicy gives that to us just about every time. The beats are decent and produced mostly by the Suicide Boys. They definitely capture Juicy’s sound. While there is nothing monumental or game-changing about this project, there certainly isn’t anything wrong with it either. It’s just all in fun. So pour up your drink and vibe out to this joint.
Another decent release from Juicy J. There was nothing that really stuck out like crazy on this album. It was more of just an overall decent project. Juciy J delivers his drug-laced, money flashing, trippiness that he usually does which is not a bad thing. The lyrics are exactly what you would expect from him. The hooks are pretty good overall. The beats are decent. Some more of that Memphis sound for y’all to get trippy to. I think that this project was probably put out to strategically stay hot in the streets while we all await the Rubberband Business album. If you are a Juicy J fan, I would definitely check this one out.
This album was made for somebody but that somebody probably isn’t me. I don’t wanna say it was bad because I can understand how someone would like this project. This is just not 100% my cup of tea. I like Wiz Khalifa and I like Ty Dolla Sign. This obviously isn’t a project filled with complex rhymes and boom bap beats but rather, a showcase for the Taylor Gang and their artists. I think this is something to smoke and chill out and to. It’s sounds like a very simple assessment but I would say that this album “is what it is.” This is probably going to resonate with a younger crowd before it would resonate with an older crowd. If you are a fan of Wiz and the other Taylor gang artists, I would definitely say to peep this joint out. I would say as a generic statement, that the first half of the record is better than the second half. I think just about anyone can find something they could vibe to on here but it may take an open mind.
This project is pretty terrible overall. There is nothing salvageable on this project from Juicy J. There’s not really any memorable moments on it. The only track I might give another spin to is “Panties” featuring Jeremih. That is the only one that sort of resembles a radio-friendly joint. The rhymes are the same meaningless droll throughout this entire record. The beats are nothing special either. Usually Juicy J can hit us off a little bit better than this. This is just a throw away joint. Move on to the next project with the quickness.
This album isn’t too bad for Juicy. It’s obviously what we have come to expect and appreciate from him. I think if you go into this project not expecting to be blown away and just expecting for more average Juicy J music, then you will get exactly what you wanted. As far as production, it’s decent for what it is. Nothing mind-blowing. Some nice party music. Something to ride around to. Lyrics are the same thing as well. Nothing that I was rewinding the tape to hear again. The one track that kind of stuck with me after hearing was “Road To Sri Lanka.” That one has a nice vibe to it. This is definitely an on par release for Juicy.
This album is not really worth listening to at all. I like Juicy J but this sounds like a lot of throwaway tracks. Every track is basically the same as the previous one. If you’ve heard one club track about smoking weed and taking pills, you’ve heard them all. Do a hard pass on this one. Only reason I am giving it any kind of rating is because I like Juicy J’s style. This album def didn’t do anything for me though.