As is the case with anyone in a Position of Power, Juice has been the subject of a great many Rumors, some true and others decidedly not. On his brand new mixtape single, (premiering exclusively at DJBooth.net), the self-proclaimed “New Breath of the West Coast” takes the opportunity to set a few things straight. Over Strawberry Letter 23-esque bells, the Phoenix native makes it clear that he’s got no beef with his musical mentor, The Game, and that he’s still with Black Wall Street. The “Arizona crown-holder” ends the musical interview (the samples are taken from a recent discussion with Rhyme and Reason Radio) by letting everybody know that he and his business partner, Suns power forward Amar’e Stoudemire, are angling to start a national movement, and that he’s planning on dropping a debut LP very soon. In the meantime, fans can look forward to to the February 17th release of Juice’s Position of Power mixtape, as well as checking out his exclusive interview with DJBooth’s own DJ Z.
Written by richard on 02/5/09
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