Zion I - Juicy Juice

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
Amplive
Album:
The Takeover

Kids may love 100% all-natural Juicy Juice, but they’re not the only ones sippin’ on the stuff. Oakland rap duo Zion I, composed of rapper Zumbi and producer Amplive, make a play for the sweet drink on their brand new single, Juicy Juice.  As Zumbi spits fire about his prowess in the club and their bling, showing just how blazing they are at the moment, Amplive’s club-rattling beat employs hard-rock guitars that whistle behind the slick verses. With their new album, The Takeover, which features guest spots from the likes of Brother Ali and Devin the Dude, dropping next year, Zion I has listeners of all ages feeling its vibe. If you’re thirsty for more of the Bay Area twosome’s product, check them out on their currently-running national tour with the Mighty Underdogs.

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