What’s Monday morning without a little juice? Not orange juice—though that is delicious. I’m talking about the mellow, breezy sounds of Just Juice. Last seen trying to beat the heat on early May’s reader-approved Coolin’, the 19-year-old Boston repper returns with another summer banger—and this one happens to be an exclusive world premiere. On 40s & Shorties, Black Diamond‘s lack-back sample work accompanies the emcee as he spits engaging verses dedicated to two of his favorite things in the whole damn world. This record isn’t attached to a larger project, but those digging it can hear more on Juice’s most recent mixtape, For the People.
Written by richard on 06/16/14
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