Hailing from Phoenix, Black Wall Street rapper Juice has recently been surrounded by major developments in the world of sports. After introducing himself to DJBooth prior to Super Bowl XLII (held at University of Phoenix Stadium), Juice has decided to release his street album, Position of Power, on February 17 – just in time for the NBA’s All-Star Game at US Airways Center. On the album’s first street single, the emcee makes a toast to his newfound game, asking everyone to raise their drinks and say Salute (“Cheers” in Italiano). Joining the celebration is Bun B, who reminisces about the formation of UGK. Over Phireworx Entertainment‘s electric-guitar heavy beat, Salute earns Juice a veteran’s blessing for his up-and-coming career; after all, every old hand in the game was once a rookie.
Written by Burmy on 12/4/08
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