Juicy J To Appear On Miley Cyrus Album ‘Bangerz’
Memphis hip-hop icon Juicy J joins the rap-heavy roster lined up for Miley Cyrus‘ new album. His Bangerz verse — or production credit (he didn’t specify) — will be his second time collaborating with Cyrus, after Mike WiLL Made It‘s “23” (also featuring Wiz Khalifa) drops in September.
In his chat with VIBE, the “Bandz a Make Her Dance” comeback kid sounded excited —not Oscars-level excited, but still enthused — to continue working with Cyrus. After all, before she stunned fans with her “We Can’t Stop” video, Cyrus crashed a Juicy J concert and twerked on stage. As Juicy implied, she was following his rules for twerking: do it however you want, but please twerk to Juicy J.
The MC joins Big Sean, Ludacris, Future and Pharrell on Bangerz, out October 8. Watch him talk about collaborating with Cyrus, and wanting to pair-up with Nicki Minaj, over at VIBE.