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.
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.
Juicy J brings cameras along as he continues to tour and stay busy out on the road. Follow along for an exclusive behind the scenes look at the Taylor Gang rapper and his crew as they make their way through Atlanta for a show with Mike WiLL Made It, shoot a music video in Memphis with Drake and Project Pat and cap things off over in Houston with some tasty Popeyes. While in town to also play a show, Juicy takes the opportunity to showcase his latest signee, Marcus Cruz.
Here’s a standout track called “Cash In A Rubberband” off DJ Bay Bay’s new Bay Bay Day 2013 mixtape featuring the likes of Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa and Project Pat. Produced by Jahlil Beats, the uptempo club hit sports some braggadocios rhymes from each artist as their stacks and love of money serves as the topic of discussion. This one is definitely all about bank rolls, turnin’ up and living lavish.
Project Pat is back with a new remix for his street banger “Be A G” featuring Taylor Gang’s Juicy J and Hustle Gang affiliate Doe B. Produced by Mike Will Made-It, the track comes equipped with some serious bass and haunting keys as Pat and company keep it straight raw with tales of puttin’ in work on the streets. Listen as the rapper’s break down exactly what it takes to be a “G” in the streets.
Project Pat keeps the momentum going with visuals and delivers another one today for the ratchet cut titled “Work.” Follow Pat around his city as the rapper performs to the camera at different locations and encourages viewers to get up and get after the almighty dollar. With a few large stacks of cash wrapped in rubber bands in hand, Pat drops street bars focused on the different means he uses to make money like prostitution and selling drugs. ”Work” is featured on Project Pats Cheese-N-Dope 2 mixtape.
Project Pat takes his act to the streets and keeps it G in his latest music video for “Make A Sell.” Hit the streets and dip out with Pat as he hits the liquor store for a 40 oz. and reminisces on his dope dealing days in the neighborhood. ”Make A Sell” is featured on Project Pat’s new Cheez N Dope 2 mixtape.
Project Pat has been busy and delivers another music video this time for “Bare Face Robbem”. The simple visual depicts Pat out in the streets trying to make ends meet after feeling stressed out over takin’ a loss. Equipped with the heat by his side, Project Pat dishes rhymes about pullin’ jack moves and puttin’ in work in order to feed himself and his family. Keep any eye out for Pat’s new Cheez N Dope 2 dropping soon.
Project Pat is still in the game and drops off a new music video with “Gas” equipped with all the necessary street visuals like weed and strippers. Directed by Mr. Him Hot Films, “Gas” is slated to be featured on Pat’s upcoming project Cheez N Dope 2.
Project Pat is a hulking mass of a dude, who in person doesn’t look to have aged very much since he broke the scene in the late 90′s with “Ballers”. According to him, the secret of his youthful appearance is a very basic and oft-overlooked essential of tour life called self-restraint. This seems unlikely if not veritably un-possible when your brother and tour mate is king of the turn-up, Juicy J, but Pat has managed to stick around this long and make more great music while he’s done it. Sitting down with us after his recent NYC show, he gave us some insight into the two projects he has coming (one of which is the highly anticipated Mista Don’t Play 2), what he does in the rare instances that he gets back to Memphis and how his ultimate goal is just to please the people.