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The Oral History of Juice

Thursday, January 16th, 2014

Myspace spoke to most of the surviving members of the cast and crew of the film Juice about the conception and production of the iconic hood flick. The piece includes commentary from writer/director Ernest Dickinson, co-writer Gerard Brown, producer Peter Frankfurt, Omar Epps (Q), Khalil Khan (Raheem) and Jermaine “Huggy” Hopkins (Steel). They also spoke to Hank Shocklee of The Bomb Squad, who scored the film and served as executive producer of the sountrack. Fab Five Freddy, Treach and Big Daddy Kane also contribued commentary.

Here, Ernest, Omar and Khalil talk about a time 2Pac beat up some kid who tried to steal jewlery from his trailer:

Omar Epps: There were fights happening all around.

Khalil Kain: Pac tried to keep it real. His trailer door was always open. He would smoke a little something, drink a little something. He didn’t want to separate himself from the kids in the neighborhood. But you can’t do that with everybody. They caught a kid and some of his partners that had robbed some of the jewelry out of Pac’s trailer. I wasn’t even working that day. I was just kind of showing off for some girl who I was taking up to the set. As we were walking up to the set, shit jumped off. Tupac and another dude were stomping this kid out. The girl I was with thought they were filming for the movie. And I was like, “Nah, that’s not a movie.”

Ernest Dickerson: The only reason the guy got away was because there was a car speeding up in the street and the guy broke away and jumped on the back of the car! [Laughs.] But while he’s stomping the guy all these people are screaming out of the window like, “You leave that boy alone!” So now I’m worried because this guy got beat up in the street in public. And a lot of times when something like that happens, somebody will want to get some payback. I’m just worried about somebody doing a drive-by on the film set. But it never happened.

Click here to read Oral History: Tupac, Fist Fights and the Making of Juice

Previously: Allen Hughes on Beef with Tupac

Juice ft. Nipsey Hussle – Audemars Piguet (Prod. by Dame Grease)

Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

First single from Juice’s American Me III project. (I know they misspelled the watch’s name).

Download: Link

Prod. by Dame Grease, who sample Jigga’s verse from “Big Spender”.

Bonus: YG ft. 2 Chainz & Nipsey Hussle – Grindmode (prod. DJ Mustard)

Vakill ft. Crooked I, Rhymefest, Juice & Nino Bless – Beast Ballad

Friday, July 8th, 2011

Vakill’s Armor of God is available now.

Previously: Vakill ft. Vizion – Endless Road (Video)

Video: Rhymefest, Mikkey Halsted, Juice & Twone Gabz in the Studio

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

The Four Horsemen of the Chi in the lab, courtesy of RHTV.

Last month we announced the formation of a new Chicago Hip Hop super group with Rhymefest, Mikkey Halsted, JUICE, and Twone Gabz. The foursome has been working since, and held their first official studio session last Sunday at SoundScape Studios. Michael Kolar got some exclusive footage and sent it our way…. Get Ready!

Previously: Mikkey Halsted – Best You nEver Heard (Mixtape)

Video: Jay iLLa ft. Mikkey Halsted, Rhymefest, Juice & Twone Gabz – 4,3,2,1

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

Chicago DJ Jay iLLa brings together some of the city’s strongest MCs for a remake of the classic LL posse cut. Behind the scenes footage courtesy of N2ition Productions & Fake Shore Drive.

Jay Rock, Crooked I, Juice & LV – King Of My City

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

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Off producer RythmIQ’s Shutup & Listen Vol. 1.

Jay Rock, Crooked I, Juice & LV – King Of My City

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Props to Shake

Video: Rakim on Creating “Know The Ledge”

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

That song >

Spotted @ RR

Previously: Rakim Interview w/ 247HH

Juice feat. Bun B – Can’t Crush My Cool

Saturday, May 30th, 2009

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You may remember Juice from his time with Black Wall Street. Now he’s signed to Amare Stoudemire’s Hypocalypto Entertainment in a joint venture with Grand Hustle. Here’s his first single with Big Dick Cheney.

Juice feat. Bun B – Can’t Crush My Cool (prod. by Drumma Boy)