Juicy J will be hitting the road in 2017 as the ‘Bounce It’ rapper will be embarking on his huge headlining tour, dubbed the “Rubba Band Business” Tour. And he won’t be traveling alone either, as Juicy recruited The Weeknd co-signed ‘Might Not’ rapper, Belly, one of the best emerging rappers in the game right now.
The tour is currently scheduled to kick off on January 26th in Phoenix, and will hit a ton of stop throughout the U.S., until the RBB Tour comes to a close on March 18th at The Rave in Milwaukee. Juicy J always puts on a good and entertaining performance, so this isn’t one that you’ll want to miss.
Check out the dates for the “Rubba Band Business” Tour below and visit Juicy J’s official website for ticket information.
Juicy J’s staying power as a solo artist in hip-hop is due to three constants: instrumentals from the most exciting producers in the game, lyrics that never surprise yet masterfully cater to their audience, and a wholly drugged-out persona that ‘90s-born listeners continue to consume. Combined with his awareness to not oversaturate the scene with material (he’s only released 2 mixtapes since 2012), Juice is poised to keep his name as relevant as ever on 100% Juice.
Is it December yet? Not that we miss the cold weather, but we definitely miss making Year-End Lists! So in anticipation of our future and complete best verses of 2015 list, we had one of our writers make up a list of his 10 favorite verses of 2015 (so far). Remember, it’s just one writer that’s getting our future list started, and spoiler alert there is no Kendrick Lamar on our first draft. Either way, it goes to show how good 2015 has been so far, and with some of the year’s most anticipated albums still to come (i.e. So Help Me God), we can’t even imagine what our list will look like come December!
Feel free to let us know how we should adjust our rap verse power rankings, on Twitter (@TheEarlyReg).
Listen to Juicy J and Mike Will Made It’s new collaboration ‘I’m Sicka’. The track will appear on Juicy’s upcoming sequel to his 2011 Blue Dream & Lean mixtape, of course titled Blue Dream & Lean 2. Check out ‘I’m Sicka’ below and look out for Juicy’s new mixtape, coming out tomorrow, February 16th.
Last night we went to WGCI‘s 2014 Big Jam and it definitely delivered! With performances from Juicy J, Migos, Rae Sremmurd, Jeremih and many more, the night was even complimented with a surprise appearance by Chicago’s own, Chance the Rapper. Check out our photos from the Big Jam here!
With high profile features with Sam Smith, on 2 Chainz’ ‘FreeBase’ EP and on Tinashe’s ‘Pretend’, among others, recently, everybody’s been wondering when A$AP Rocky was going to get back to his solo work, with high expectations after his 2013 album Long.Live.A$AP.
One of the highlights of the annual BET Awards is the cyphers, which have featured some of your favorite rappers from Kanye West and Big Sean to Chance the Rapper, Kendrick Lamar, and even the ‘Based God’ Lil B. Today BETreleased the cypher lineup for the 2014 BET Hip-Hop Awards on October 14.