Memphis hip hop global artist Jucee Froot drops her brand new freestyle single “State of emergency“
Jucee Froot kicked off Froot Fridays with the official release of “No Broke Dick” – a song that originally appeared in an episode of Season 1 of STARZ original series P-Valley. “No Broke Dick” accompanies Jucee Froot’s P-Valley opening credits song “Down In The Valley.”
The Memphis, TN-based rapper earned every bit of that acclaim and now has a major label deal with Loyal 100 Entertainment/Art@War/Atlantic Records. Tracks like “Life’s A Bitch,” an electric “Psycho” remix featuring Rico Nasty, and “Sidewalk” – all streaming now on all DSPs – affirm Jucee Froot as a one-of-a-kind new artist with a remarkable true story to share with the world. Jucee is also featured on the major motion picture Birds Of Prey soundtrack with “Danger.”
The project lives up to its name as it appeals to outcasts everywhere while also touting features from A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Juicy J, and more. “I’ve always been considered the black sheep just because I took an unexpected path and was always a little more rebellious growing up,” Jucee stated. “I feel like an outcast because I’m a threat to people that try to look past me.” In the end, Jucee remains an open book and builds an unbreakable connection.