MemphisRap.com conducts an interview with rapper, producer, actor and Academy Award winning music artist Juicy J, co-founder of Three 6 Mafia and Hypnotize Minds. In part one of Juicy J's interview with MemphisRap.com's Jabari Oliver, Juicy J talks about being a hustler til he dies; talks about his new album Hustle Til I Die which ranked #4 on iTunes top rap chart and his new video blog channel; reveals new work he's doing with rappers out of Memphis, TN; provides details about Three 6 Mafia's upcoming new cooking show; working in the studio on the highly anticipated forthcoming Three 6 Mafia album with DJ Paul; and goes into detail about why he feels that his hometown Memphis, a city which has been broke up for years, according to Juicy J, needs to come together and what he's willing to do to help and more.
Juicy J also goes on to reveal that there's a new Lil Wyte album, a new Yung D album and a new Project Pat album coming as well.
Following answering a rumor about Three 6 Mafia possibly working with longtime rival Yo Gotti, a rumor which Juicy J denies, Juicy J states that he's not hating on anyone and goes into detail:
"Mayne, I'm feeling all Memphis rappers locally, all of them," Juicy J told Memphisrap.com regarding rap artists that's not with Hypnotize Minds. "I'm not hating on nobody, you gotta get yo money... Three 6 Mafia, we've done our thang, we've moved on -- If I can, I'll reach back and help..."
"I ain't hating on nobody, I think that -- I hope that one day Memphis can come together and try to stick together...," the Academy Award-winning music artist Juicy J added.
"I know it's gon' be hard to do but.. as of right now, if I can have a say so, I would try to be a part of the movement to bring the city together, it's been broke up so much...," Juicy J reveals in his interview.
Coming up in part 2 of the exclusive audio with Juicy J, which will be online tomorrow (June 25), he goes on to talk about how talented his hometown of Memphis is and speaks about the "time for a change" revealing that's it's not the 90's anymore, "it's 2009," Juicy J says about it and more.
"I think it's time for n-ggas to start trying to mend those old wounds, heal those old wounds, once again, it's gon be hard," Juicy J re-iterates.
PLUS Juicy J talks about his relationship with Atlanta rap artist Gucci Mane; talks about flying to ATL to work on the 30 Inches remix which also features Project Pat after talking with Gucci Mane who called him from jail; talks even more about Memphis, the talent within it and how it's time to work together, put egos to the side and stick together and more.
Logon on MemphisRap.com tomorrow (June 25) for an exclusive listen as you won't want to miss what Juicy J says and asks in the rest of his interview!
For now, check out Juicy J's Interview with MemphisRap.com - Pt. 1 by double clicking the video audio player.