We’ve all come to know Juicy J through his work with Three 6 Mafia. However, his run as a solo artist has lasted nearly just as long. Dropping his debut solo album in 2002, the Memphis native cemented himself as a solo act. From there, he’s worked with everyone from The Weeknd to T.I. Most notably, he earned his first Grammy nomination for working on “Dark Horse” with Katy Perry.
Eighteen years into his career, he’s still going strong. Juicy J has released his fifth studio album. Following 2017’s Rubba Band Business, The Hustle Continues delivers 16 new tracks. Along the way, he works with Lil’ Baby, Ty Dolla $ign, Megan Thee Stallion, Logic, 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa and A$AP Rocky.
From a business standpoint, this album also reunites Juicy J with Alan Grublatt. Grunblatt first connect with Juicy J in the 1990’s when he signed Three 6 Mafia to their first record deal. The two will connect once again as Juicy J releases his project through eOne where Grublatt works as an executive.
“I first worked with him back in the Three 6 Mafia days and I am so proud of his success. He is an amazing, multi-faceted artist, rapper, writer and producer,” Grublatt said.
Check out The Hustle Continues below.