Since getting kicked out of G-Unit, The Game has positioned himself and his Black Wall Street label up against the Unit (most notably 50 and Spider Loc). Helping to outdo the Unit (and their Phoenix representative, Young Hot Rod) comes Valley of the Sun MC, Juice. On Put Cha Hands Up (from DJ Skee & DJ Haze Present: Death Certificate), Juice proclaims it’s his destiny to carry the West Coast on his back, then backs up his big talk with impassioned lyricism. Knowing that success comes with the ability to move a crowd, Juice recruits the Track Slayerz for a majestic beat (a la Just Blaze). If you like what you hear, just wait; plenty more Juice will be poured in 2008.
Written by Burmy on 12/4/07
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"Big Dreams (WC Monster Remix) ft. Various Artists" (2008)
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