Currensy performs some of his fan favorites like “Drug Prescription,” “Three 60” and “Sixteen Switches Part 2” to a sold-out crow at Santa Ana’s The Observatory. Take a look at how the Jet Life rapper kicked off 2015 with a memorable performance back in January.
Juicy J turns up the energy in Santa Ana by performing some of his hit singles like “She Knows,” “I Don’t Mind,” “Bandz A Make Her Dance,” “Wax” and “Dark Horse.” The former Three 6 Mafia artist also took the opportunity to shower the sold-out crowd with $5000 in cash. Check out how it all went down on the eve of the Taylor Gang rapper’s latest mixtape release for Blue Dream & Lean 2.
It’s true, I have returned. Santa Ana was turnt up last night as fans of Juicy J packed The Observatory to capacity. Young and trippy concertgoers primarily made up the sold-out crowd and were the culprits of the heavy clouds of smoke scattered throughout the venue. On the eve of his mixtape release for Blue Dream & Lean 2, the Three 6 Mafia rapper appeared to be in a great mood and several times even took the time to shout out his old crew before asking the crowd if they’d like to see a reunion soon. The rap veteran was feeling so good he even randomly decided to throw out $5,000 in cash into the crowd while simultaneously sparking a stampede. Nevertheless, the night’s events were pretty trippy to say the least and to top it off every one in attendance got to hear a couple new songs off Blue Dream & Lean 2 which is now available for free download on DatPiff. Take a look at the clip above to see Juicy perform “Already” Feat. Rae Sremmurd and “Im Sicka.”
Take a look at an exclusive behind the scenes look at Juicy J’s hectic lifestyle out on the road as he makes his way from Memphis, to Florida and finally Texas. Check out the Taylor Gang rapper on the set of Drake’s “Worst Behavior” video shoot, performing state to sold out crowds and having plenty of fun along the way. Juicy J’s Stay Trippy album is available in stores for purchase.
This is great. Juicy J and Project Pat recently paid Arsenio Hall a visit as guest performers on his new television talk show. With Pat by his side as a hype man, Juicy took the stage to perform his breakout strip club single, “Bounce It.” Audience members were treated to a big surprise when the rapper decided to pull a Ron Artest and go running into the crowd with a bag full of money. Check out Juicy make it rain and deliver a memorable performance as people jumped up out their seats to grab a handful of one dollar bills. “Bounce It” is featured on the rapper’s latest LP, Stay Trippy.
2 Pistols releases his newest visual for his latest single, “Greedy,” which also features Taylor Gang’s Juicy J on the song’s chorus. Pistols appropriately decides to take viewers to the strip club for this one as he turns the energy up with his new smash hit. Check out both artists in action as they surround themselves with a stable of beautiful women and deliver an overload of braggadocios rhymes centered on the duo’s spending habits and lavish lifestyles.
Juicy J delivers a new official remix for his strip club smash, “Bounce It,” which is originally featured on the rapper’s Stay Trippy album. The updated version includes a crazy new verse from Taylor Gang head honcho, Wiz Khalifa.
Wiz Khalifa takes the better late than never approach and delivers his latest music video for “The Plan” featuring Juicy J. It’s all about living in the lap of luxury and celebrating success in Khalifa’s new visual which finds both artists performing to the camera from a mansion. With plenty of random beauties in the mix and a butler on deck, the Taylor Gang rappers pour up some champagne and fine greenery while reminiscing on their humble beginnings. “The Plan” is featured on Wiz Khalifa’s O.N.I.F.C. album.
Drake’s official music video for “Worst Behavior” finally drops and features cameos from Dennis Graham, Juicy J and Project Pat. Shot on location in Memphis, TN, the rapper performs to the camera with a few fancy customized old school rides in the back drop and alongside some of the local residents. The visual kicks off with Drake’s father and his band putting in some work in the studio before stepping outside to do a little parking lot pimpin’ with the YMCMB rapper.