Juicy J Breaks Down His 25 Most Essential Songs

Tear Da Club Up Thugs f/ The Hot Boys and Baby “Hypnotize Cash Money” (1999)

Producer: DJ Paul & Juicy J

Album: CrazyNDaLazDayz

Label: Relativity

Juicy J: “Yeah, I had the whole Cash Money in the studio, Juvenile, Lil Wayne, Turk, Mannie Fresh, Baby, Slim. Everybody. We all went in the studio and made a record. Lil Wayne was like sixteen when I first met him. And we was getting' it in. We made a bunch of records together, we made some history, man.

 
I did a song with Drake, I don't think it ever got released.
 

“[They were] talented, man. Talented. I knew those guys were gonna be big. What I liked about Cash Money, their style was so different. Didn't sound like nobody else's stuff. They had a totally different style. I was like, man, this is amazing. Wayne was sixteen years old, he was killing it, man.

“I used to like Juvenile. They all was good. But Juvenile, his voice stuck out a little then, the way he used to flow, “Back that Azz Up,” I bought that, the first album 400 Degreez? WOOO that joint was blazing!

“We haven't done anything together lately, but I'd still love to get back in the studio with those guys, man. I run into Baby here and there. Yeah. I did a song with Drake, I don't think it ever got released. We was in the studio before he was signed with Cash Money, we just chopped it up man. He's a cool dude. I did a song, sent him some beats, did a song with him. As far as the new Cash Money.”

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