Juicy J, born Jordan Michael Houston, grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. In 1991, he teamed up with DJ Paul and Lord Infamous to form the group Three 6 Mafia. They recruited other Memphis rappers, Koopsta Knicka, Gangsta Boo, and Crunchy Black to complete the ensemble.
|Purple Kush||Hustle Till I Die||2009|
|Juicy J - Geeked Up Off Them Bars||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean|
|A Zip And A Double Cup||Juicy J & Lex Luger - Rubba Band Business 2||2011|
|Slob On My Knob||Best Of Three 6 Mafia & HCP||2005|
|Let's Get High||Hustle Till I Die||2009|
|Fiyayaya Weed||Hustle Till I Die||2009|
|Get Higher [Prod. By Lex Luger & Young Ced]||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Smoke Dat Weed||Chronicles Of The Juice Man||2004|
|U Trippy Mane (Feat. Kreayshawn) [Prod. By Key]||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Drugged Out [Prod. By Lex Luger & Juicy J]||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Zip & A Double Cup||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Ugh Ugh Ugh||Hustle Till I Die||2009|
|Stoner's Night 2 (Feat. Wiz Khalifa) [Prod. By Harry Fraud]||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Violent||Hustle Till I Die||2009|
|Cash||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|White Girl||Rubberband Band Business||2011|
|Pussy Between Yo Legs||Rubberband Band Business||2011|
|Riley||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Money Money To Make Money [Prod. By Lex Luger]||Juicy J & Lex Luger - Rubba Band Business 2||2011|
|Juicy J - So Much Money||Rubba Band Business||2010|
|Erryday (Feat. Wiz Khalifa)||Rubba Band Business 2||2011|
|A Zip And A Double Cup [Prod. By Lex Luger]||Juicy J & Lex Luger - Rubba Band Business 2||2011|
|Old Triple Six||The Southern Dynasty||2011|
|Get Me High||Rubba Band Business||2010|
|U Trippy Mane||Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Convicted Felon||Convicted Felons||2010|
|Killa||Rubberband Band Business||2011|
|Mafia Niggaz||Chronicles Of The Juice Man: Underground Album||2002|
|North Memphis Like Me||Hustle Till I Die||2009|
|Pills, Weed & Pussy||Rubba Band Business 2||2011|
|She Dancin' [Prod. By Lex Luger]||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Erryday (Feat. Wiz Khalifa) [Prod. By Lex Luger]||Juicy J & Lex Luger - Rubba Band Business 2||2011|
|30 Inches||30 Inches||2009|
|Stoners Night Part 2||Blue Dream & Lean|
|Juicy J Can't||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Big Bank||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Inhale ft Machine Gun Kelly||ThisWeeksBeats.com||2010|
|Break It Down|
|Been Gettin' Money||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Street Shit||Juicy J X Lex Luger-Rubba Band_Business 2||2011|
|Juicy J Can't [Prod. By Sonny Digital]||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Smoke That Bitch (Feat. VABP) [Prod. By Lex Luger]||Juicy J & Lex Luger - Rubba Band Business 2||2011|
|Buck Gangsta Beat||Chronicles Of The Juice Man||2004|
|North, North Part 2||Layin' Da Smack Down||2002|
|What The Fuck Is Yall On||Rubba Band Business 2||2011|
|Deez Bitches Rollin'||Juicy J - Blue Dream & Lean||2011|
|Gimme Sum||Chronicles Of The Juice Man (Dragged And Chopped) (Parental Advisory)||2004|
|Dread Shakin'||Rubba Band Business||2010|
|Stupid High||Juicy J & Project Pat - Cut Throat||2009|
We're thankful to be nominated and that someone is recognizing our music, because we've been around for a long time. We never got nominated for anything, man...maybe a little award here, a little award there, but this is the Oscars!
Bringing Rap up from the South
Juicy J, born Jordan Michael Houston, grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. In 1991, he teamed up with DJ Paul and Lord Infamous to form the group Three 6 Mafia. They recruited other Memphis rappers, Koopsta Knicka, Gangsta Boo, and Crunchy Black to complete the ensemble. In 1995, the group released Mystic Stylez,their debut underground album. Described as horrorcore, it was produced entirely by DJ Paul and Juicy J.
While the group's membership varied from album to album, Juicy J and DJ Paul were always constants. They produced the groups' albums as well as performing on them. Four more albums were released by Three 6 Mafia between 1991 and 2001. Their 2000 release, When the Smoke Clears: Sixty-6, Sixty-1, was their first platinum album. Singles, Who Run It, Tongue Ring, and Sippin' on Some Syrup were all successful in their own right, including airplay and online downloads. Sippin' on Some Syrup became their biggest hit.
Managing the Group and Himself
It was no secret that Juicy J and DJ Paul were building an empire with their work with Three 6 Mafia. Their production skills and dedication were the driving force behind the group's success. Juicy J continued his work with the group, but was also ready to record his first solo album. In 2002, he recorded and released Chronicles of the Juice Man. Originally released as locally as an underground cassette, the album created a cult following beyond that of Three 6 Mafia.
By 2003, Juicy J was producing Three 6 Mafia, and helping its members produce countless solo albums, compilations, and collaborations. The brand which was Three 6 Mafia was a successful, thriving organization. In addition to this and his solo career, Juicy Jeff was making appearances on television episodes of Cribs, Jackass, and Numb3rs. He also appeared in movies, including Clean Up Men and Hustle & Flow.
The Future is Now
In 2006, Three 6 Mafia won an Academy Award for Best Song, for It's Hard Out Here For a Pimp from the Hustle & Flow Soundtrack. Juicy J and DJ Paul produced their own reality show on MTV, Adventures in Hollyhood, about the life of rap stars after winning an Oscar, balancing increased fame and trying to stay true to their fans.
In 2009, Juicy J released his second solo album, Hustle Til I Die. The album debuted at #106 on the Billboard 200 charts, and sold 5800 copies in the first week. The single, 30 Inches, was released for download on iTunes, and the song, as well as a remix, was posted on Juicy J's YouTube page.
Did you know . . .
Juicy J and Three 6 Mafia have songs on four video games.
Three 6 Mafia made history as the first black music group to win an Oscar.
Juicy J's older brother is rapper Project Pat.