"New cars, new hoes, Call me Flip Wilson.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Juicy J continues his "trippy" lifestyle and the subconscious goal of filming a video for every song he records these days.
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For an accurate description on what exactly Jordan the Juice and Smoked Out Lex have brought to the table with this Rubba Band Business, I'll relegate the floor to HipHopSnob for his concise and intimate depiction of the mixtape: "Pure n*gga music lol…I can’t listen to this until the weekends" And there you have it folks.
It's refreshing to see one of my favorite tracks from Rubba Band Business 2 receive the visual treatment. While the young lady sitting behind Billy Wes on the couch appears to be more than ecstatic to show off in front of the camera, the good folks at Dirty Glove Bastard probably give the best description on the net: "Juicy J’s verse is only about 25 seconds but in that span he was able to rap from inside a Chevy, on an airplane & in the shower with a bitch (while wearing sunglasses).
Juice Game Proper has been chronicling his inebriation for so long it makes you wonder if he really is a high flyer or just mastered the art of bluffing his buzz.