Juice Wrld is just different. While he might look the part of your average mumble rapper, his skill set is far from it. Earlier this week, the Chicago rhymer stopped by Bootleg Kev's show on 92.3 The Real and blacked out of Pusha-T's "Trouble on My Mind" track.

Juice plays no games with the Neptunes and Left Brain-produced track from King Push's 2011 EP, Fear of God II: Let Us Pray. "Off the top's how I kick it, I defy it like physics/R. Kelly on these bitches when I fuck 'em I'ma piss," he snaps. "Put 'em in submission, I ain't never give a shit/Dirty ass real nigga not a innocent/Where I from they let the fucking guns sling/Rap nigga and sing, I'ma do my damn thing/Married to the money, bought the bitch a wedding ring/Took her to the room and fucked her up did the wedding thing."

Juice is becoming more and more known for his freestyling prowess. Last month, he visited Tim Westwood TV and rapped off the dome for over an hour, spitting over Tyler, The Creator's "Yonkers," The Notorious B.I.G.'s "Unbelievable," Mobb Deep's "Shook Ones (Part II)," Famous Dex's "Japan" and more. A couple weeks ago, he spit flames over Nas' "The Message" on Hot 97. This is becoming a pattern of torched studios.

Listen to Juice Wrld get busy over Pusha-T's "Trouble on My Mind" track below.

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