Juicy J ft. Young Jeezy, Pimp C & T.I. - Show Out (Remix)

Posted 3 years ago
Mike WiLL Made It
Stay Trippy

If you are going to make a song called Show Out, it only makes sense to have the man who practically invented showing out take part. While Juicy J forgot that rule when he created the original version with Big Sean and Jeezy, the Three 6 Mafia co-founder has corrected his mistake with the official remix, which features an unreleased verse from the late, great UGK emcee, Pimp C. The H-Town legend’s voice kicks off the track, ringing out over the buzzing boardwork of Mike WiLL Made It, and sets the tone for the braggadocious affair. Of course, Pimp C isn’t the only one who knows how to Show Out. T.I. rounds out the lineup, tackling the record’s self-indulgent, paper-chasing themes in his inimitable Southern flow. Neither this remix nor Juicy’s last Booth feature, Ain’t No Coming Down, are set to appear on the project, but those left craving more should keep it locked for the latest on debut solo album Stay Trippy, due out later this year.

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