Juicy J


One look at Juicy J’s Twitter page shows the Memphis rapper/producer is up to no good these days. Ridden with #NeverSober hashtags and 140 character accounts of fans getting kicked out of shows, followers are offered virtual proof that the Never Sober Tour is fully TURNT UP. Joined by up-and-comer Travi$ Scott and Juicy’s older brother Project Pat, J’s touring in support of Stay Trippy, his third solo album, released last summer via Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang label. If you’re not a weed head or a college chick and you’re not already tapped into Southern hip-hop, do your homework by going to and playing “Stay Trippy,” a game that requires you to fling stacks of “Strippy Cash” and sling gallons of paint at four strippers as they greasily struggle to stay on their poles. It’s wildly inappropriate and mildly entertaining — nowhere near as juicy as a live show — but if you stick around long enough you’ll unlock 17 songs on a music player and receive a message reading, “Shit son! You racked up $107,250 at the Strippy Club! Juicy J is Proud of You.”

Wed., March 12, 7 p.m., 2014