Juicy J and SuicideBoys are proceeding to extend their science.
Juicy J Producing SuicideBoys New Album : Juicy J has been an imperative figure in hip-bounce history, and his work with Three 6 Mafia has gone ahead to demonstrate more persuasive than any other time in recent memory. Indeed, there are couple of veterans who appear to value the new age as much as Juicy J does; the rapper’s latest mixtape Highly Intoxicated included visitor appearances from Smokepurpp, Cardi B, XXXTentacion, and Slim Jxmmi. Obviously Juicy J is tuned in to the present sound, and appears to be resolved to advancing with the circumstances. On Highly Intoxicated, Juicy J worked intimately with New Orleans team SuicideBoys, who have frequently been contrasted with Three 6 Mafia. What’s more, now, the Academy Award winning rapper has prodded yet another progression in their innovative association.
Today, Juicy J talked with XXL about an assortment of themes, most eminently his up and coming Rubba Band Business collection and his new SuicideBoys delivered mixtape. To the extent the collection is concerned, Juicy depicts the up and coming Rubba Band Business as “a blend of old Three 6 Mafia with Lex Lugor beats, Metro Boomin beats, with Murda beats…It resembles a blend of the old and the new.” Not just is the generation lineup stacked, however Juicy J has secured some huge visitor appearances from Offset, A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, Denzel Curry, Tory Lanez (“the women going to love that”) and the sky is the limit from there.
The discussion in the end swings to Highly Intoxicated, particularly the inclusion of SuicideBoys. “SuicideBoys, they’re reality, man,” says Juicy J. “I’m official delivering their new collection. Them folks resemble relatives, man. I was on Twitter and everyone was hitting me [like], “Yo, yo, you gotta look at these folks, man. SuicideBoys, their music seem like y’all. It seem like old Three 6 Mafia.” He goes ahead to report that he will be official creating the SuicideBoys forthcoming collection, and depicts the studio sessions: “I’m doing some delivering, however they doing the vast majority of the beats, as well. I’m doing a portion of the beats with them, yet I’m official delivering the entire undertaking.”
What’s more, when will we hear the task? Delicious J isn’t in a surge. “At the present time regardless we’re working. They’re on visit. I’ve been doing shows myself so we’ve been kinda missing each other on appears, however we converse with them consistently,” he clarifies. “They sending me music. I got the entire collection at this moment. I’ve been playing the collection yet despite everything they’re concocting more melodies. They drove it back. I feel like we should backpedal in and continue working. Ain’t nothing amiss with continue working, get it to where you feel it’s privilege and after that drop it; it’s no surge.
Incidentally, on the off chance that you’ve been thinking about Highly Intoxicated, don’t. It might just be one of the year’s hardest tasks.