Juice ft. Alfamega, Roccett, Ricco Barrino, & Dele D - Everybody Know Me

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Juice
Featuring:
Producer:
The Co-Op
Album:
Position of Power [Special Edition]

Because of the (relatively) immense critical acclaim and heavy local sales of his Booth-promoted, Don Cannon-hosted street album, Position of Power, Juice has decided to get his multi-plat artist on and go for a re-release.  On April 28, the Special Edition will be arriving in stores and online, featuring all of the acclaimed original tracks along with a few new bonuses.  One of these bonus tracks, making its world premiere right here at DJBooth.net, is this remix of Everybody Know Me. The Co-Op‘s beat is retained, but this time around Ricco Barrino contributes background vocals to P-Thoro‘s hook.  After Juice’s brand new opening verse, Dele D takes his turn on the mic; Grand Hustle‘s Alfamega and CTE‘s Roccett complete the remix with new verses on the back end.  As we did leading up to the mixtape’s original release, we at DJBooth.net plan to bring readers all the details on Position of Power [Special Edition] as they surface.

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