MemphisRap.com recently did an interview with Three 6 Mafia’s Academy Award winning rap artist, producer and actor Juicy J. In Part of 1 of MemphisRap.com’s interview with Juicy J conducted by Jabari Oliver, Juicy J left off at talking about change for his hometown of Memphis. In Part 2, Juicy J goes into detail and actually puts out a call to artists to end old feuds, stick together and “break bread,” because it’s 2009 and it’s time for a change.
“I think it’s time [for a change], Memphis has a lot of talent,” Juicy J told MemphisRap.com reiterating his words in part one’s interview.
“I ain’t hating on nobody, I think that — I hope that one day Memphis can come together and try to stick together…,” the Academy Award-winning music artist Juicy J stated in part one of his interview.
“I know it’s gon’ be hard to do but.. as of right now, if I can have a say so, I would try to be a part of the movement to bring the city together, it’s been broke up so much…,” Juicy J ended in part one.
Starting off in part two where he left off, Juicy J states, “I think it’s time for n-ggas to start trying to mend those old wounds, heal those old wounds, once again, it’s gon be hard.”
Juicy J goes on to talk about his relationship with Atlanta rap artist Gucci Mane and OJ Da Juiceman; talks about flying to ATL to work on the 30 Inches remix which features Project Pat from off Juicy J’s album “Hustle Till I Die,” and more.
Check out part two of Juicy J’s interview with MemphisRap.com by clicking the video below and keep it locked to MemphisRap.com for more on Juicy J soon.
REVISIT: Juicy J, of Three 6 Mafia, Exclusive Interview with MemphisRap.com – PART 1 or watch part two below.