Roll out the “Green Carpet” for Juicy J.
Directed by frequent collaborator Ted Cadillac, “Green Carpet” finds Juicy in a lavish pad with gorgeous women and dollar bills around him.
“First I start my night with plenty shots,” he raps. “Then, I tell the owner send me plenty thots / Now I’m rich, I ain’t throwing nothing ’till them panties drop / Don’t need no ice for my drink, my chain got plenty rocks.”
Walking on a “carpet” made of cash, Juicy takes fans through his strip club routine, flinging cash at the camera and in the air.
“Green Carpet” is just the latest release for the Juiceman, who’s had a prolific year. Not only has he already unleashed two solo mixtapes — Lit in Ceylon and #MustBeNice — but he also teamed up with Wiz Khalifa and TM88 for TGOD Mafia’s Rude Awakening.
Fans can expect even more from Juicy J. He’s prepping Rubba Band Business: The Album, the follow-up to 2013’s Stay Trippy, for release this fall.