Stop It

Album: Stay Trippy (2013)
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  • Juicy opens his third album Stay Trippy with this bouncy cut where he lays down what he does and has done. Recorded primarily in hotel rooms while on the road, the record finds the former Three Six Rapper sharing some of his wisdom. "I'm talking about what took place in life from back in the day to what's going now," Juicy told Artist Direct. "I'm giving people knowledge about everything. 'Pay cash' and 'no vacation' are the first couple of lines on my album from 'Stop It.'"

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