Stream Juicy J's 'Highly Intoxicated' Mixtape Featuring Cardi B & Wiz Khalifa

  /  09.18.2017

Juicy J is kicking off the week by getting Highly Intoxicated with the release of his star-studded mixtape.

As previously reported, the 18-song project features an array of stars, including XXXTentacion (“Show Time”), Cardi B (“Kamasutra”), A$AP Rocky and $uicide Boys$ (“Freaky”), Smokepurpp (“D’usse & Ciroc”), Rick Ross and Project Pat (“Watch Money Fall”), Wiz Khalifa (“Always High”), and many more.

On the production side, Juicy has another star-studded roster, including beats from Southside, Crazy Mike, TM88, Mike WiLL Made-It, and Wheez, amongst others.

Although the project features several stars, it kicks off with a solo “Intro,” which finds Juicy flexing his influence. “Three 6 been lit on that flow shit,” he raps. “Yo new shit sound like my old shit / Y’all ni**as just like rocks in the ocean.”

The Juice Man also closes out the effort with “What Did I Do,” where he reflects on his rise to the top over $uicide Boy$’ soulful production. “I’m getting better with this fame / Tell me what I did to make these ni**as act so lame,” he raps. “All I did was give them all the sauce and all the game / The players always change, but the bosses stay the same.”

Get Highly Intoxicated below.

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