(FreshAsFrankie) For the past couple months, Juicy J has been teasing fans with snippets from his new mixtape, Highly Intoxicated. Now, the tape is finally here, and you can stream it below.
The tape is produced almost entirely by New Orleans duo The $uicideboy$ in a real time-is-a-flat-circle moment, as Scrim and Ruby have been vocal about how influential Three 6 Mafia is on their music.
A$AP Rocky, XXXTentacion, Cardi B and Smokepurpp are just some of the names on the project. You can peep the full tracklist and production credits below.
Juicy J’s Highly Intoxicated Tracklist
1. “Intro” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
2. “Highly Intoxicated” (prod. by Juicy J & Crazy Mike)
3. “Show Time” Feat. XXXTentacion (prod. by Southside)
4. “Bitch From the Gram” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
5. “That Ain’t You” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
6. “Freaky” Feat. A$AP Rocky & $uicideboy$ (prod. by Chase Davis, DJ Smoky666 & $uicideboy$)
7. “Dope Fiend” (prod. by Tarentino)
8. “D’Usse & Ciroc” Feat. Smokepurpp (prod. by TM88)
9. “Big Tymer” (prod. by TM88 & Key Wane)
10. “Kamasutra” Feat. Cardi B (prod. by Resource & Mike WiLL Made-It)
11. “Dats What I Thought” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
12. “Call My Lawyer” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
13. “Up There” Feat. YKOM (prod by $uicideboy$)
14. “Watch Money Fall” Feat. Rick Ross & Project Pat (prod. by Juicy J & Crazy Mike)
15. “Always High” Feat. Wiz Khalifa (prod. by Juicy J & Crazy Mike)
16. “Petty” Feat. Project Pat & Go (prod. by $uicideboy$)
17. “Get Back” Feat. T Shyne & Slim Jxmmi (prod. by Wheezy & TM88)
18. “What Did I Do” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
(FreshAsFrankie) When former NFL player Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during the national anthem, it sparked much support as well as backlash.
Today, NFL players and other professional athletes have joined in on protesting during the national anthem. Even owners and coaches have shown support. Because of the protests, other organizations like the California branch of the NAACP have gone on to question the national anthem — asking for the anthem’s usage to end.
California branch President Alice Huffman spoke to CBS Sacramento, saying “It’s racist. It doesn’t represent our community. It’s anti-black. This song is wrong. It shouldn’t have been there. We didn’t have it ’til 1931, so it won’t kill us if it goes away.”
Huffman spoke on Kaepernick’s protest message, and how it got lost when different parties started to debate about the flag. “This not about the flag. We love the flag. This about a song that should never have been the national anthem,” she said. Huffman went on to say “This country is a country that has shared values, and the more we respect each other, the better off we’ll be as a country.”
The Detroit rapper took to Instagram on Wednesday to announce that his latest album sold over 1 million copies since its released in February.
“For the creatives, the dreamers I made this album for, I Decided is now certified platinum. The fans got me 4eva. Thank you #DonLife GOOD Music/DEF JAM #BacktoBackPlatinumAlbums #IDecided yeeeeeeee,” he captioned the photo of him posted in front of his new plaque.
Big Sean went hard on “I Decided” which is his fourth studio album. The album debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200. The album was backed with three incredible singles: “Bounce Back,” “Moves” and “Jump Out the Window.”
The album features guest appearances from The Dream, Migos, and Big Sean’s girlfriend, Jhene Aiko. Alongside dope bars from Big Sean, the production for the project was excellent with beats from Metro Boomin, Dj Mustard, and many others.
However, Big Sean doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon. Earlier this month, while speaking with MTV News, Quavo mentioned that the Migos have songs with Big Sean in the tank.
What was your favorite song off the album? Let us know in the comments.