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A brand new video from Juvie for the Skip and Kidd Kidd assisted “Good At What I Do”, off his as yet untitled EP due out later this Spring.
Previously: Curren$y ft. Juvenile – Bitch Get Up (Video)
Spitta reunites with his former Cash Money cohort Juvie The Great for a trip to the strip club. Off that New Jet City, out now.
Previously: Curren$y – New Jet City (Mixtape)
Curren$y has continuously been one of the hardest working and consistent figures in Hip-Hop. Once again Spitta proves why with “B**ch Get Up,“ the fourth visual drop from his New Jet City project.
With fellow New Orleans native and all around OG Juvenile by his side, Curren$y spends some time in the gentleman’s club for a little R&R. The two MCs cash out for single bills and surround themselves with a circle of women toting rotund backsides, before kicking their verses. Folks, that’s what you call setting the mood.
Mind you, the party doesn’t end there. Spitta actually takes the festivities back to the crib to make things a bit more interesting. Word to the three attractive women in the jacuzzi.
We receive “B**ch Get Up” just days after the video for Curren$y’s French Montana-assisted cut “These B**ches.” Did you notice the common theme? If you enjoy what you hear, that and more can be found on the 14-track long New Jet City. See Curren$y and Juvie The Great do what they do best in the visual below.
Already back with the fourth video delivery from his February release of New Jet City, Curren$y drops off the clip coinciding with his Juvenile-featured track, “Bi*ch Get Up.” Spitta and Juvie surround themselves with a bevy of women and hit up a strip club to hold true to the name of the single. You can enjoy the footage now above. Jet Life.
By Sowmya Krishnamurthy
#FreeSosa will soon be retired as Chief Keef is reportedly planning his return home from a juvenile detention center. According to the Chicagoist, the teenage rapper is expcted to come home on Thursday (March 14). Just in time, Keef dropped a new video, “Now It’s Over,” to celebrate the day. The karaoke-style video has Keef in what appears to be his mansion rapping along to the track. “Now It’s Over” is from his upcoming mixtape Bang Pt.2.
He was sentenced to 60 days due to a probation violation. During his hearing, he pled with law enforcement. “I am a very good-hearted person,” Keef said to Judge Carl Anthony with tears in his eyes, the Chicago Sun-Times reported at the time. “I am sorry for anything that I have done wrong. … Give me a chance.” The judge ruled that Keef showed “willful disregard” when he appeared in a video interview holding a firearm with music site Pitchfork last June.
Keef’s grandmother is eagerly awaiting his release. In a recent interview with DNAInfo, his granny Margaret Carter said Sosa plans to release a single after getting out of jail. “Keith’s [Keef] got a lot of music. He wrote a lot before he went in, and he wrote a lot while he was gone,” she said. “He’s focusing music … and he wants to be baptized.” She then added, “I ain’t worried. Keith is going to be good. His devil is all those girls. Oooh, those girls are the devil. Everybody needs to just leave him alone and give him a big box of rubbers.”
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Rapper Appearing In ”The Power of Few”
Hip-hop star Juvenile is stepping in front of the camera to play a hard-edged gangsta in the movie The Power of Few. The film, directed by Leone Marucci, is the story of one violent day as told from the perspective of three different characters.
“To be honest, when they said Christian Slater and Christopher Walken and Anthony Anderson â right there thatâs three people that I really like,” Juvie told Nola.com. “I watch their movies. I watch Mobsters, I watch King of New York, I watch the movies that Anthonyâs done with my fellow rapper DMX in the beginning. Iâve seen him do movies that Iâve loved a lot, like Barbershop.”
The rapper also plans to release music on the movie’s soundtrack.
By Sowmya Krishnamurthy
Chief Keef may be turning over a new, spiritual leaf. According to the Global Grind, the rapper is planning on getting baptized by Rev. Corey Brooks. Brooks says, “I think people forget he is 17 years old. He is not a bad kid.” According to Brooks, Keef’s time away has helped him see the error in his ways. “He has had a chance to think. He is an entertainer, that is how he sees himself. But at the same time, he has a God-consciousness. He is not some terror who is wreaking havoc.”
Early this year, Keef was sentenced to 60 days in a juvenile detention center due to a probation violation. Keef was reportedly teary eyed as he pled with the judge. “I am a very good-hearted person,” Keef said to Judge Carl Anthony with tears in his eyes, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. “I am sorry for anything that I have done wrong. … Give me a chance.”
In January, Judge Anthony ruled that Keef showed a “willful disregard” for the court when he appeared in a video interview holding a firearm with music site Pitchfork last summer. Since the news broke, his fans have taken to Twitter using the hashtag #FreeSosa in support of the rap star who dropped his debut album Finally Rich in December.
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This shit is hard.
Previously: Turk ft. Lil Wayne & Juvenile – Zip It
It’s a Hot Boyz reunion as Turk, Lil Wayne and Juvenile link up for this new record called “Zip It.”
Blame It On The System is the mixtape that this song will live on and it will be hitting the streets sooner than later. Ever since Turk got out of jail, he’s been working hard to re-establish himself on the music scene and has been in constant talks with his Cash Money brothers.
Surprisingly also on this record is Juvenile, who also has had just escaped his own legal troubles. They both get together with Lil Wayne to drop “Zip It,” a Hot Boyz reunion that fans have been calling for since Wayne’s rise to prominence as a solo artist.
Get a listen to “Zip It” after the artwork and the jump down below.
DOWNLOAD: Turk ft. Lil Wayne & Juvenile – “Zip It”
Juvenile links up with TheSource.com to drop his new mixtape Juvie Tuesdays.
This mixtape consists of the material that he’s been dropping on his weekly Juvie Tuesdays series as well as some new tracks. The guests on the mix tape consist of Lil Wayne, Birdman, Juicy J, Kidd Kidd and many more.
Juvenile has been back on the straight and narrow after his run in with the law in Miami. He was reported to have gotten into a fracas outside of Fontainebleu Hotel outside of LIV only moments after reuniting with Lil Wayne on stage.
Now that the bad stuff is out of the way, the New Orleans flag bearer is back doing what he’s best at and that is making music.
After the artwork, you can get a look at Juvenile’s mixtape stream courtesy of Soundcloud after the jump. There will be more installments of the series in the near future as well as a brand new album in 2013.
Photo: The Source