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Memphis, Tennessee, USA (1991 – present)

Jordan Michael Houston (born April 5, 1975), better known by his stage name Juicy J, is an American rapper, songwriter and record producer from Memphis, Tennessee, USA . He is a founding member of the Southern hip hop group Three 6 Mafia, established in 1991, and also the younger brother of rapper Project Pat.

Together with production partner DJ Paul, Juicy J played an important role in the South’s rise to prominence within the once East and West Coast dominated rap industry. Behind the duo’s leadership, Three 6 Mafia rose from an underground phenomenon in Memphis to a nationally recognized rap empire, spinning off numerous solo albums for the collective’s many members in the mid- to late ’90s. Like his production partner, Juicy J specialized in dark, eerie tracks driven by bass-heavy beats and haunting sounds. He also raps as a member of Three 6 Mafia. Moreover, Three 6 Mafia ventured into filmmaking with Choices: The Movie and Choices II: The Set-Up, a straight-to-video film starring most of the Three 6 Mafia’s collective, Hypnotize Minds. Juicy J (born Jordan Houston) and DJ Paul (Paul Beauregard) first came together at the dawn of the ’90s, when they worked as DJs in the Memphis area. The two soon began producing their own tracks and invited numerous Memphis rappers to rap over the beats. They released the resulting tracks locally as Three 6 Mafia; years later these recordings would resurface as re-releases. In 1995, the loose collective Three 6 Mafia began to form and self-released its debut album, Mystic Stylez.


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  • ArmanAikenov

    Shell Shocked - awesome!

    22 Jul 2:45pm Reply
  • Grandpa_Seth

    juicy j is probably the best rapper of all time in my opinion. - gs3k

    14 Jul 10:22pm Reply
  • DomiNicke

    ..and dem n****** run their mouf!

    5 Jul 1:28pm Reply
  • Robscire

    amount of true fanboys after he released stay trippy that dont know shit about juicy on this shoutbox is tremendous

    30 Jun 5:00pm Reply
  • OG-Gurda

    trap beats get boring really fast. Nobody wants to listen to the same boring trap drum patterns for more than 5-6 tracks. I still listen to his music from time tho. [2] I completely agree. Sadly he is wasting his talent on beats which will suit 90% of rappers, where talent is not required.

    21 Jun 12:14pm Reply
  • Eternium666

    Hustle Til I Die > Everything else

    15 Jun 2:24pm Reply
  • sls

    juicemayne still got it

    8 Jun 10:34pm Reply
  • JohnOBrienMusic

    someone told me juicy looks like a spongebob character

    28 May 1:03am Reply
  • mister_tussin

    "Stay Trippy" has more staying-power than it really should. It just isn't getting old.

    27 May 2:24pm Reply
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    8 May 12:06am Reply
  • RuslanTsar

    пдр валютный

    7 May 12:30pm Reply
  • liquidphil

    bitch i don't fuck around i put your ass on the ground

    7 May 4:37am Reply
  • todd_drealtalk

    chronicles of the juiceman is god tier juice mane

    1 May 4:29pm Reply
  • BiohazardGT

    Second part of "Money A Do It", need more shit like that.

    24 Apr 12:29am Reply
  • Yeah_Brah

    OG-Gurda is kinda right to be honest. Juicy is a funny dude but trap beats get boring really fast. Nobody wants to listen to the same boring trap drum patterns for more than 5-6 tracks. I still listen to his music from time tho.

    14 Apr 4:10pm Reply
  • SkyDreamer101

    Stay Trippy wasn't a bad album, He has good beats, but he's not a "great Rapper" he's alright for the most part.

    31 Mar 5:34am Reply
  • All_Is_Lost

    Shit beats? Nonsense sir! "Bounce It" is the most triumphant song I've ever heard about strippers and I defy a man to look me in the eye and tell me that slow-down at the end of "Money A Do It" doesn't give him the chills.

    30 Mar 7:08pm Reply
  • OG-Gurda

    his flow is one of the best in rap history, sadly he is wasting his flow on shit beats so frequently.

    25 Mar 2:32am Reply
  • jojofasho

    this goes out to the mothafuckas who die jealous playa hataz

    21 Mar 11:59pm Reply
  • MaArVeL

    Come to Poland!!!

    14 Mar 3:00pm Reply
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