Another life-changing visual from Juicy J based off the trap Bible Blue Dream & Lean. Lots of highlights in "Won't Miss Ya," with usual suspects of drugs, money, trippy effects, and LV logos, but who knew he was such a dancer? Watching him wild out like that warmed my ice box of a heart. In my long absence from blogging here for no particular reason, he also dropped "Countin Faces." Did you really expect him to not drop one video per week? See what I wrote about it for The Smoking Section (!!!!!!).
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Unless I'm mistaken, Juicy J's video for the "Oh Well (Remix)" with 2 Chainz is the 15th video from Blue Dream & Lean, and the second for this track. So, like a video remix of a video? Does that work? Anyway, I'm not complaining! Why not make multiple videos for the same song? Actually...I can think of a fair amount of reasons not to do that, but hey, it's working for him. Now where's the video for "Stoner's Night Part 2?" That's my favorite song (along with three others, about) and it's the only one that doesn't have a video yet! And in case you missed it, the first version of the "Oh Well (Remix)" video. After watching it, I'm pretty sure most of the footage in both is from the same damn time. Lolz.
I literally don't know what I'm watching for half of "Errbody Wave." It's like, what were those things when I was young, like weird repeated designs that you stare at, and as you slowing move it away from your face, a hidden image pops out in 3D? That's what this is like, but it is Juicy J's face that pops up. And then there's Juicy J sitting in an electric chair. Errbody wave?
I will readily admit that I didn't have very high expectations for "You Want Deez Rackz" by one of my current favorite rappers Juicy J, because really, how can you with the constant stream of visuals he's been putting out? But when I saw him dancing around like that, I found myself even more in love. Julie J loves Juicy J!!!!!! Still!
Another trippy visual from Juicy J. Blue Dream & Lean is like the gift that keeps on giving...and one of the few tapes that I actually took the effort to burn on to a CD so I can listen to it in the car (yes, I put it on a blue colored one). Every single time I listen to this Sonny Digital produced song, I sit back in wonderment and think, "he's really got an entire chorus of 'You say no to drugs, Juicy J can't." What follows is me usually trying to adlib my name in there, but it doesn't really work because I can say no to drugs. So then, I just sing along all happy like. On the subject of epic Juicy J songs, who else wants to see him work with Blue Sky Black Death???
My rendition of today's Trap Tuesday is a little sparse, I'm afraid to say, but I have a feeling that the world might go on. Juicy J released the millionth--okay, maybe like 10th--video from Blue Dream & Lean last week. It's more of a photo slideshow that looks like it might have been made on Microsoft Powerpoint, but I'm not hating. In other more exciting news, the no DJ version of Blue Dream & Lean dropped over the weekend. Yeah, I spent a good 15 minutes recoding it in iTunes. It was harder than expected, since it was 4 tracks less than the original verse (just minus the interludes/intros/etc) and I had to do math. Not what I want to be doing, ever, but especially not on a weekend. Download the DJ-less version of Blue Dream & Lean!!!!
Juicy J's latest music video from Blue Dream & Lean is allegedly set in Hanoi, Vietnam, aka in the same random room where he shoots all his videos, but with this time with a Vietnamese chick. But whatever. I always thought "The Bitch" in "The Bitch By My Side" meant firearms... Blue Dream & Lean is still my favorite trap tape, which you can hip yourself to here if you haven't already. It's like 28 tracks long, which explains the sheer volume of music videos that I keep blogging from it.
I swear, Juicy J must have filmed a bunch of music videos at the same time or something, because this kind of resembles scenes from other videos (see: Hella Juicy J music videos from Blue Dream & Lean for #TrapTuesdays). Regardless, I feel like filming a shitload of videos for a project just might be the way to go, whether or not people watch them. Kreayshawn, V-Nasty, and Future make appearances in "Drugged Out," off Blue Dream & Lean. This video reminds me that I need to order a We Trippy Mane shirt still. Maybe one of these days I'll get around to stop talking about ordering it, and order it.
Normally, I'm apathetic toward these concert videos because the sound quality is so terrible, but this one is aight. Plus, it's Juicy J, and we all know how much Julie J loves Juicy C. But more importantly, as the title suggests, the real star is homegirl in the stripes. Werk it.
Julie J loves Juicy J. If Juicy J can talk in third person, does that mean Julie J can, too? Talking in third person gets old real fast, so I'm off that. To my glee, since last Tuesday, in fact, Juicy J has dropped three videos. First off, Spaceghost Purrp and Speakz join Juicy J for "Deez Bitchez Rollin." One of the many reasons that I enjoyed Blue Dream & Lean was that while Juicy J approached traditional trap music subjects, he also made songs like "Lucky Charm." It definitely showed a softer side to our trap superstar. Anyway, is that The Weeknd whose music starts the video? That soft R&B shit is actually a really trill contrast to the Lex Luger instrumentals that finally start at the 4:00. The buildup to the actual "Lucky Charm" song is ill. But, some lucky charm, eh? The video for "Countin Faces" is kind of trippy, mane. Like, if I was hungover, it would make me feel worse, but as it stands, I'm not, and I kind of actually appreciate all the colors and the overlapping frames. And I can relate to his line of "I love myself so much, everyday I buy gifts," but that's about it. Okay, this video for "Get Higher" and "U Trippy Mane" isn't new, but I figured I might as well throw it on here. "Get Higher" is my favorite song off Blue Dream & Lean, while "U Trippy Mane" featuring none other than Kreayshawn, is also one of the better cuts out of the 26 tracks or whatever. The instrumentals remind me of meowing cats, and I actually want one of the shirts that says "We Trippy Mane." Seriously. I already looked, though, ...
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