Juice ft. Crooked I - I Do It

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Juice
Featuring:
Producer:
Alex Da Kid
Album:
Position of Power

Although the L.A. Lakers and Phoenix Suns didn’t meet in this year’s NBA Playoffs, their respective cities have still linked up.  Fresh off his rousing Booth appearance last week, Arizona native Juice is back with another brand new joint from his forthcoming street release, Position of Power, featuring Long Beach resident Crooked I.  On I Do It, both emcees explain what keeps them hungry and constantly motivated to succeed.  Providing the West Coast piano-synth beat is London producer, Alex Da Kid, who has also recently wrapped projects with Toronto rapper Kardinal Offishall and singer Michelle WilliamsPosition of Power, the precursor to Juice’s debut, will be released sometime later this summer.

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