After a near-fatal car accident a few years ago that set Juice’s career back dramatically, the emcee fell on more hard times after losing his father to cancer. Making things worse, he and his wife were arrested in Nebraska and are now facing 10 years in prison for a crime they allegedly did not commit.
In order to help pay for his legal fees, Juice is raising funds to drop a new album. You can donate now to help fund the album, buy tees, see him live, grab his anthology and a number of other options. We urge you to check out the site now and donate as you see fit.
Below we have a first-hand account of Juice’s recent legal troubles and what went down in Nebraska. It’s unfortunate that we have to get a new Juice album in this capacity, but sometimes hardship bring about the best art. Don’t forget to check out his official site.
This campaign was not created to buy clothes, jewelry or a fancy vacation. Instead, every dollar raised will go directly toward a legal defense fund to be used to fight the charges brought forth by the district attorney in Nebraska.
While driving from Chicago to California, I encountered a huge injustice happening every day on the roads of America.
Shortly after crossing into the state, my longtime partner Belle and I noticed 3 sheriff cars sitting in the middle of the freeway facing our direction. As soon as we passed, one vehicle came out behind us and followed closely for 2 – 3 miles. We decided at that point to move to the right lane to give him space to pass.
Something mean and vicious from Sterling Hayes and Joey Purp. This is a remix of “Father’s Son,” the original of which dropped back in March. Lots of emotions and pent-up anger on this one. A very strong record featuring strong words from two strong emcees.
The BIGshorty EP should be out before the year is up. This remix is the real deal, though. Get to know your Pops under the cut.
Last night, TDE-rapper and Cali-resident Ab-Soul took the stage at Chicago’s Bottom Lounge, as part of his current North American tour. During Ab’s soul’d out (get it?) performance, he brought TONY to the stage to run through a few of his current hits, including “B.O.N.” which you can see him performing below. Is an Soulo + King Louie collab on the way? One can only hope.
Battling drug addiction and his own personal demons, Wteve is having some spiritual warfare in the temple. Hope this is a battle he wins, because mental health is no joke.
Already going through being afflicted and addicted. I spilled out emotions about the hurt of living life through my flesh and with no God. For in Christ there is everlasting love.
Shawnna’s BET Hip-Hop Awards tiff with DTP has rejuvenated the Chi City emcee. Here she takes a few shots at her former label over Jeezy’s “Seen It All,” and proves she’s still one of the dopest on the M-I-C. Toe tag ‘em and bag ‘em, the competition is D.O.A.