Big Sean, the worst music video actor since Nas. This, however, is one of the best songs off of Mike WiLL‘s Est. In 1989, Vol. 2.5. Juice also gets a pass on the whole sleeveless hoodie move… because he’s Juice.
Juicy J x Big Sean x Young Jeezy “Show Out” (Prod. Mike WiLL Made It)
Mr. Fraudulent‘s tape is probably worth the grab just to check French Montana cover a Bone Thugs N Harmony hook you already like. Besides the Danny Brown track, Action Bronson, Prodigy, Curren$y, Young Roddy, and Juicy J bring some things to the table on this one.
The trippy brothers are united…aka “this is more than simply Juice sampling something out of Tesfaye‘s catalog” (not that there was anything wrong with that either). For the moody, reckless lover in you.
Mike WiLL is preparing the release of his Est. in 1989 2.5 project (Christmas gift). Some Scanners type head ‘splosions when that drops. Unlike Khaled, this guy pairs talent…and pairs ‘em up quite well…plus it doesn’t hurt that he’s got some of the coldest shit comin’ out of his machinery.
Gucci Mane & Juicy J “I Hit That” (Prod. by Mike WiLL Made It)
Bonus: Hey, it’s a Juicy J and Mike WiLL joint…with a few other folks added. Off of Juice‘s upcoming Stay Trippy album.
Juicy J “Show Out” (Feat. Young Jeezy & Big Sean, Prod. by Mike WiLL Made It)