J shared the full verse, first teased last October in the official video for ASAP Ferg's Tear Da Club Up Thugs-referencing hit, on Twitter late Monday. The full J contribution picks up right where the official video’s excerpt left off, ultimately adding another 30 seconds of J to the Ferg cut.
Though true art appreciators never stopped listening to Three 6 Mafia and all related projects, 2017 and 2018 will go down as legacy-boosting years for the Oscar-winning Memphis group. The "Slob on My Knob" hook flow was featured prominently on G-Eazy, Cardi B, and ASAP Rocky's "No Limit." On Cardi's own "Bickenhead," the Project Pat classic "Chickenhead" (produced by J and DJ Paul) got the perfect 2018 flip. The Three 6 cut "Side 2 Side" was also sampled on the J-featuring Rae Sremmurd single "Powerglide."
Way back in 2011, a year I admittedly barely remember at all, J gave Complex some intel on 25 essential cuts from his ever-growing catalog. Speaking on the aforementioned "Chickenhead," J admitted he was initially hesitant to embrace the simplicity of the track's ubiquitous hook. "I was like, 'How it go?' He was like, 'Bok bok! Chicken chicken,'" he recalled. "I'm like, 'What?' At first I was like, 'What the hell?' You know what I'm saying? 'Bok Bok'—what you just say man?" Thankfully, J ultimately decided to trust Pat's instincts about the track being a surefire smash.