Juicy J brings his "Twerk or Die 2" Tour to Orlando

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Photo courtesy of Vizion 1 Entertainment
  • Photo courtesy of Vizion 1 Entertainment

Photo courtesy of Vizion 1 Entertainment

Co-founder of the iconic Three 6 Mafia (legends as the first hip-hop group to win an Oscar for “Best Original Song” for Hustle & Flow’s “It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp”) and the solo performer behind massive hit “Slob on My Knob,” Juicy J has spent the last decade-plus dedicated to expanding his Chronicles of the Juice Man to huge success. As we all wait in high anticipation for his 2014 release, Pure THC: The Hustle Continues, we lap up the new tracks as they keep leaking and dropping. It was rumored Juicy J would include tracks without featured artists on the album, and he delivered on that with “You Don’t Know” when the music video came out in September. It’s a serious bounce that stays trippy, with the rapper pouring champagne over his Alpha-Bits cereal beside a giant stuffed tiger and a passed-out shorty.

with Austin Lunden, Royce Rizzy | 6 p.m. Friday, 14 | Venue 578, 578 N. Orange Ave. | 407-872-0066 | venue578.com | $40-$55

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