Juicy J “Neighbor” Video Featuring Travis Scott: Watch Rappers Turn Up
Accompanied by eerie vibes, the video for “Neighbor” is trippy to say the least. Filmed in L.A., the RJ Sanchez-directed visual, which includes shots of Juicy and Scott bouncing around in black and white voids as chains swing from a ceiling, looks a lot like what a lit psych ward must feel like.
As we mentioned earlier, Juicy hasn’t yet decided on a title for his follow up to 2017’s Rubba Band Business. He has been toying with some ideas, though.
“I got so many titles in my head,” Juicy said when he visited XXL's Manhattan office earlier this week. “I feel like one day I’ll wake up between today or tomorrow or maybe next weekend and it’ll pop in my head exactly what I want to use.”
With about 50 records to choose from, Juicy says he's still sorting through songs to finalize a tracklist for the new project. He did make sure to highlight a couple of diamonds in the rough that have so far become his favorites. “The intro is crazy,” promised the Stay Trippy rapper. “It’s ignorance.”
The intro track for Juicy J's new LP isn't the only things fans have to be excited about, as hype for his previously announced Lil Skies and Kevin Gates collab grows by the day. Earlier this year, he revealed that the track is produced by his Tay Keith, who shot to prominence after he produced BlocBoy JB's Drake-assisted single "Look Alive" last year.
Aside from working on his own music, Juicy J has been hard at work on projects for others. Juicy says he’s been “sending everybody [beat] packs.” A few recipients of those packs have been French Montana, the $uicideboy$ and A$AP Rocky.
“I got a lot of stuff with A$AP Rocky,” Juicy says. "The stuff I produced is suppose to be on his new album. It’s hard as fuck, too.”
Watch Juicy J's entertaining new visual with Travis Scott for yourself just below.
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