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Juicy J
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    (April 5, 1975- )
    Born in North Memphis, Tennessee
    American rapper, songwriter and record producer
    Birth name is Jordan Michael Houston
    Founded the Southern hip hop group, Three 6 Mafia (1991)
    Co-owner, A&R rep for Wiz Khalifa's Taylor Gang Records (2011)
    Signed solo deals with Columbia Records and Dr. Luke's Kemosabe Records in 2012
    Executive producer for MTV's 'Adventures in Hollyhood' (2007)
    Made guest appearances on 'Adventures in Hollyhood,' 'Ridiculousness,' Wake Up Call,' and 'Empire'
    Released his debut solo album, 'Chronicles of the Juice Man,' in 2002
    Other solo albums include 'Hustle Till I Die' (2009), 'Stay Trippy' (2013), and 'Pure THC: The Hustle Continues' (2015)
    Singles include 'Bandz a Make Her Dance,' 'Show Out,' 'Bounce It,' 'Talkin' Bout,' 'Shell Shocked,' 'Low,' 'For Everybody,' and 'All I Need'
    Featured artist in 'Crazy Kids,' 'We Still in This Bitch,' '23,' 'Dark Horse,' 'Clappers,' 'Lolly,' 'She Knows,' 'Multiply,' and 'I Don't Mind'
    He still had a MySpace account, as of 2015.
    He has a penchant for self-reinvention.
    He had unrealized ambitions to be a professional Basketballer.
    His nickname from middle school onward was the Juice Man.
    He's part of Miley Cyrus' twerking clique.
    He manufactured the Mafia/Bones Thug feud, in the '90s, to generate publicity for the group.
    He is yet one more rapper who is never without his shades.
    He is frequently photographed with large bottles of liquor (usually Jack Daniels).
    He relies on makeup to make his teeth appear rotted (usually in photos of him smoking).
    When asked what inspires him, he said 'Outside of music, I'm just chilling somewhere smoking weed.'
    He is a workaholic.
    One of his concerts was disrupted by a fan pulling a false fire alarm.
    He shared the MTV Music Video Award with Katy Perry for 'Dark Horse' (2014).
    He was nominated for a 2015 Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for 'Dark Horse.'
    He broke from the group which made him successful but continued to thrive.
    He won HipHopDX Year-end's Comeback of the Year award (2012).
    As a member of Three 6 Mafia, he shared a 'Best Original Song' Oscar for 'It's Hard out Here for a Pimp' in 'Hustle & Flow' (2006).
    This made him part of the first Hip-Hop group to perform at the Oscars, as well as the first such group to win.
    He held a $50,000 scholarship contest on Twitter.
    The scholarship ultimately went to a 19-year old female pre-med student.
    The depth of his profanity-laced songs is usually underestimated (e.g. mistaking 'All I Need' for a song about sex and drugs, when its actually a tribute to Three 6 Mafia and the late Lord Infamous).

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