Yesterday, we featured DJ Paul and Lord Infamous’ U Don’t Want It; set for inclusion on Paul’s forthcoming solo album, Scale-A-Ton (Skeleton), the record showcased the hardcore sound that made Three 6 Mafia legends. Today, we present the first single off fellow 3-6 member Juicy J‘s solo LP, Hustle Till I Die. Riding smoothly along the Memphis streets with 30 Inches on the rims, Juicy and his big brother, Project Pat show just how dedicated they are to their cars. The more recent fans will simply LOVE Juicy’s beat, which sees him once again mixing an old-school sample (The O’Jays’ Darlin’ Darlin’ Baby (Sweet Tender Love)) with a new-school bar (OJ da Juiceman‘s verse from Pat’s Keep It Hood), making 30 Inches a perfect cruising anthem. For more of J’s trademark blend of past and present, pick up a copy of Hustle Till I Die when it drops June 2nd.
Written by Burmy on 03/10/09
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"This Ain't ft. MJG, Project Pat, Yung D, Devius & Juicy J" (2009)
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