Following his RCA Records debut, Kid Ink is living the life. A #1 single with “Show Me,” 50K sold in his first week and an upcoming tour with Los and Bizzy Crook (dates can be found after the jump). Things can’t get much sweeter at the moment. Or can they? We could have predicted a remix for “Show Me” would arrive. With 2 Chainz, Juicy J and Trey Songz lending their talents to the DJ Mustard-produced record, this is a pretty hot remix. “West Coast back like ’94,” Ink proclaims on the opening verse (and he isn’t lying). Trey’s portion consists… continue reading
For the man who never stops recording, Juicy J is a gift to his fans. With another album due sometime this year, which will mean another hit or two (“now the Billboard’s my second home”), he decides to release something random he did titled “Blow Out.” The hook is nothing to gawk at, but the verses are that turned up Juicy J stunting, smashing females and just doing what we all need to be doing: enjoying life. Shouts to XXL. Previously: Que Ft. Juicy J – Clip So Long (Prod. By Sonny Digital) Follow @SermonsDomain
“Clip so long I can lean on it” calls for some heavy artillery. Atlantic Records’ newest artist, Que proved his potential with “OG Bobby Johnson” and hits that important stage of can he follow up with more quality records to enjoy? “Clip So Long” is an indicator that yes, with help from Juicy J and Sonny Digital, he surely can. Who Is Que? is slated for late January or early February release. Previously: Que – OG Bobby Johnson (KickRaux & WalshyFire Remix) Follow @SermonsDomain
The female powerhouse known as Karen Civil has just stepped into the world of shooting music videos with her team. Ty Dolla $ign is the first artist to work with them for his “Ratchet In My Benz” video. Featuring Juicy J, this one comes off Beach House 2. If you heard the song, it’s a good chance you can predict what happens in this visual (up to PG-13, of course). Directed by Mike Mara. Beach House EP drops on iTunes later this month. Previously: Artwork & Track Listing: Ty Dolla $ign – Beach House EP Follow @SermonsDomain
Future’s “Shit” is about to get a treatment with a couple remixes over the next week or so. DJ Esco gets the jump on the first, featuring Drake and Juicy J, off his upcoming No Sleep tape dropping today. You couldn’t have picked a better combination than this. Drake’s name will spread this from coast to coast and Juicy J always turns up anything he’s on. Despite what Drake may have said, them shots at Kendrick are present, or he cleverly is aiming at somebody else. Honest coming in 2014. Update: Untagged version below. Previously: DJ Esco Ft. Future, Jim Jones &… continue reading
As E-40 manages to dodge all possible leaks with his triple disc album The Block Brochure: Welcome To the Soil, Pt. 4, 5, & 6, today we finally get the CDQ/Tagless version of the standout Ty Dolla $ign & Juicy J assisted record ‘Chitty Bang’. As Juicy J and E-40 handle the verses, Ty Dolla $ign does his thing as he gives the song a catchy and memorable hook to it. E-40′s The Block Brochure: Welcome To the Soil, Pt. 4, 5, & 6 is out on iTunes and in stores now! Stream the single below.