Kristinia Debarge – She knows (I know) Remix ft. Juicy J

Kristinia Debarge – She knows

Ne-Yo Dropped Another Brand New Video for “She Knows”

Ne-Yo and Juicy J unleashed the new version of the official video for “She Knows”! In which Ne-Yo enlists some of the most baddest exotic dancers in the industry. The music video features cameos from Waymond Lee of the Comedy Central “Workaholics” series, and Nicole “The Pole” Williams as the leading lady, who was also featured in Rihanna‘s “Pour It Up” video.

Audio: Rick Ross – ‘Elvis Presley Blvd’ (Remix) (feat. Yo Gotti, Project Pat, Juicy J & Young Dolph)

Rick Ross is gearing up to release his upcoming album Hood Billionaire on November 24th. Just before that, he decides to release a remix to his track “Elvis Presley Blvd” featuring Yo Gotti, Project Pat, Juicy J and Young Dolph.

Video: Ne-Yo – ‘She Knows’ (feat. Juicy J)


Check out the latest video from Grammy award winner, songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actor Ne-Yo, whom has joined forces with rapper, songwriter and record producer from Memphis, Tennessee Juicy J for the release of his catchy new single “She Knows”. The track produced by Dr. Luke is confirmed as the lead single from Ne-Yo’s upcoming sixth studio album entitled “Non Fiction“, scheduled to be released later this year via Motown Records and Universal Music.

Audio: Ne-Yo – She Knows (feat. Juicy J)

Check out the latest single from Ne-Yo called ‘She Knows’ featuring no other than Juicy J. The track serves as the lead single from his forthcoming new album Non-Fiction, which is scheduled to be released later this year. This track is produced by This Dr. Luke.

Katy Perry: ‘Dark Horse’ (Video Premiere)

Check out the premiere of Katy Perry‘ latest music video for “Dark Horse“ featuring Juicy J! The track, which was produced by Dr. Luke, Max Martin and Cirkut, off her her third studio album “PRISM“, which was released on digital retailers on 22 October, 2013 via Capitol Records. The music video was filmed in late-January and it’s ‘Egyptian-themed’.

Project Pat: ‘Never Be a G’ (feat. Juicy J & Doe B)

Never Be A G
Project Pat recruits Hustle Gang affiliate Doe B to the remix of his Never Be A G single, which already featured Juicy J. Produced by Mike Will Made It. Never Be A G

Of the many hardcore rappers to emerge from Memphis during the late ’90s, Project Pat stood tall amid his peers. His affiliation with the Three 6 Mafia collective introduced him to many listeners, especially after he was featured on the group’s hit song “Sippin’ on Some Syrup” in 2000. Yet Project Pat (born Patrick Houston, brother to Three 6 Mafia founder Juicy J) made his mark on much of America with a hit song of his own a year later, “Chickenhead.” The song — which features production by Juicy J and DJ Paul along with vocals by La’ Chat — became a Dirty South anthem in 2001 and propelled Pat’s third album, Mista Don’t Play: Everythangs Workin, into the Top Five.

Rap music had long been a part of Pat’s life before he soared to national fame in the early 2000s. His brother, Juicy J, co-founded influential Memphis hardcore rap group Three 6 Mafia during the early ’90s. Though never an official member of the group, Pat affiliated himself with the Mafia, appearing on such albums as Crazyndalazdayz (1998) and Indo G’s Angel Dust (1998). A year later, Pat recorded a solo album of his own for Hypnotize Minds/Loud, Ghetty Green. Though the solo debut didn’t propel Pat to superstar status, it did establish him within the growing Dirty South scene, and his follow-up album, Murderers & Robbers (2000), did much the same; though this second album was released independently rather than through Loud. Next came Pat’s high-profile appearance on Three 6 Mafia’s “Sippin’ on Some Syrup,” and when that song became a huge hit, the stage was set for one of his own. That hit would be “Chickenhead,” a song also featuring La’ Chat, the successor to Gangsta Boo’s position as the token female member of Three 6 Mafia. The song pitted the two against one another in typical Dirty South style: La’ Chat talking badly about Pat, he calling her a “chickenhead.”

Pat’s longtime legal skirmishes then began to catch up with him. During the interim period following the success of “Chickenhead,” Pat struggled with legal problems stemming from a January 2001 parole violation, when police pulled him over for speeding and discovered two revolvers. On March 13th of that same year, a federal jury found him guilty of two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm. He had been on parole for aggravated robbery. Meanwhile, Loud continually pushed back the release date for Pat’s fourth album, Layin’ da Smack Down, until it finally arrived in the summer of 2002. Mixtape appearances and work with Three 6 Mafia bridged the four-year gap before Crook by da Book: The Fed Story (2006) arrived, followed by Walkin’ Bank Roll (2007) on Koch. His 2009 effort Real Recognize Real was his first for the major label Asylum. The album featured the hit single “Keep It Hood” with special guest OJ da Juiceman.