By DJ YRS Jerzy
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
The past couple of years have seen Juicy J meet the potential he knew he always had. There was never a time when Juicy J wasn’t capable of making hit records, but he flew under the radar. All this changed when he dropped “Bands A Make Her Dance,” redefining his career.
Juicy J added 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne to the remix and the song became one of 2012’s biggest hits. This was followed by Stay Trippy, his first album release in three years. Since then, Juicy J has been working on his follow-up, The Hustle Continues.
Initially due in 2014, Juicy J held off with his album until 2015. But, a couple of tweets this evening make it seem as if Juicy J may be done with the game for good, at least when it comes to making music. When he went on Twitter, this evening, Juicy J suggested he’d be done with making music and taking on a CEO role with a major label to help other artists.
Read Juicy J’s tweets below:
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