Juicy J Biography
Born Jordan Michael Houston on April 5, 1975, Juicy J is an American rapper, songwriter and record producer.
Juicy J is the co-founder of the group Three 6 Mafia. They released their first album Mystic Stylez in 1995. Along with his activity for the hip-hop group, he started his solo career in 2002. He issued the solo debut album Chronicles of the Juice Man in the same year followed by Hustle Till I Die in 2009.
Successful collaborations and more
After releasing nine albums with Three 6 Mafia, Juicy J started focusing only on his solo career. He got inducted into Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang in 2011. Two years later the album Stay Trippy was released. It enclosed singles such as “Bandz a Make Her Dance” and “Show Out” that reached high places on Billboard charts.
In the past years, he issued the songs “Low” featuring Nicki Minaj, Lil Bibby and Young Thug, “Dark Horse” featuring Katty Perry, “Ballin” with Kanye West and many more.
Juicy J is the proud winner of an Academy Award for Best Original Song (2006) shared with Frayser Boy and DJ Paul, a HiphopDX Year-end Award for Comeback of the Year (2012). He also shares two awards with Katty Perry for Single of the Year and Best Video (both for the single “Dark Horse”).
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