With his five Cash Money records, Juvenile established himself as one of the best ever to do it, finishing Mannie Fresh beats with inventive flows that brought azzes to the dancefloor while collapsing the supposed conscious/street dichotomy. But for all the "Ha"s and "Solja Rag"s they made together, the New Orleans rapper has shown plenty of life after Fresh: Katrina track "Get Ya Hustle On" got all the attention, but 2006’s Reality Check banged from front to back, and Beast Mode remains one of the more slept-on releases of 2010. Tonight, Juve the Great comes to S.O.B.'s to celebrate the release of a new mixtape, Nino the Magnificent.
Thu., April 19, 10 p.m., 2012
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