Juicy J's rise to fame began in 1991 as one of the original members of platinum selling Memphis rap group Three 6 Mafia. The group spawned an eclectic series of hits over their 20 year span including "Stay Fly," "Sippin On Some Sizzurp," "Lolli Lolli" and the Academy Award Winning "Hard Out Here For A Pimp." 2002 marked Juicy's first foray into a solo career with the release of Chronicles of The Juice Man.
Since his debut, Juicy has released countless mixtapes and collaborations. His work with pop royalty Katy Perry for the track "Dark Horse" saw Juicy J being awarded once again; receiving a Grammy nomination and winning both an American Music Award and MTV Video Music Award. Pitchfork said it best when they recalled Juicy's dedication to his craft; "Juicy J never sounds tired, never phones it in. He's the consummate pro." Juicy J is also one of the industry leading businessmen being the face and spokesperson for Colt 45, executive producing including a movie entitled "The F Happened" with Arthur Spivak, Executive Producer of A$AP Rocky's last album AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP and The $uicide Boy$ upcoming album, also a hit production publishing company Paycheck Pub that signed Multi Platinum producer TM88 the producer of "XO Tour Life", The Juicy J Glass Bong Company, Mo FACES with Alamo/ Interscope Records and a 3rd CEO of Taylor Gang Entertainment.