Los Angeles based rapper Juice Judah (by way of North Carolina) ends the week with a pair of tracks to sizzle our ears. The first one is “Get it back”, a horn-driven beat that showcases the rapper’s steady flow and insightful lyrics that explore his environments and all the pitfalls he had to avoid to stay above water. The track also encourages the listener to never give up because no matter what you lose, you can always get it back. “Get It Back” is the first song off of Juice Judah’s first EP IV.
The second song “Num63r5” has a more dark, cinematic feel and showcases a different side of the rapper who switches the flow up and keeps it lit all the way. He gets on his hustle and lets the listener know that he is all about pushing his business and raising the numbers all the way up.
Both tracks are off Judah’s new EP IV produced by Washington D.C. native Shoji and french producer G.A.D. The Ep called IV consists of 4 songs that candidly address everything Juice Judah has dealt with since moving to Los Angeles, from street life to fatherhood.
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