Just Juice - Driven

Posted 2 years ago
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Some emcees have all the talent in the world, but if they don’t have the heart, they are not going to get far. Lucky for us, Just Juice has both the talent and work ethic to make it to the top. You can tell he is Driven to succeed because his latest release, an exclusive world premiere, is his second feature in as many months; some rappers go years before following up their Booth debut. Unlike For the People, this cut does not feature production from Statik Selektah, showing that Juice doesn’t need a legendary producer to support him. Besides, it’s not as if C-Sick‘s instrumental is chopped liver; the producer does a great job of creating a headnodic beat with just a touch of airiness. Juice’s surgical flow drips with passion, making his ambitious, big-dreaming lyrics seem all the more authentic. There is no news on anything larger from this Beantown up-and-comer, but we’ll keep you posted on his plans as further details emerge.

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