Jordan Michael Huston III was born on 5th April 1975, and he is a professionally recognizable American songwriter, rapper, record executive, and record producer from Tennesse, Memphis. He is an establishment associate of Three 6 Mafia, a Southern hip hop group established in 1991. He has won an Academy Award in Best Song for releasing It is Hard Out Here. That song was one of his most notable soloists and offered some of the best features in 23, I don’t mind, and Bandz a make her dance. He released a solo album named Chronicles of the Juice Man in 2002, and it came between a project from Three Six Mafia.
Jordan liked to read when he was very young and read multiple essays and books on learning, marketing, publishing, and royalties of the music industry. He idolized Al Bell, an artist from Tennessee who briefly owned Stax Records. He also wrote a song named Slob on my Knob when he was studying in North Side High School in 11th Grade.
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Juicy J found the southern hip hop group named Three Six Mafia in 1991 besides Lord Famous, Dj Paul, Crunchy Black, Koopsta Knicca, and Gangsta Boo. He also launched Prophet Entertainment besides DJ Paul. Then in 1994, he departed from the label to be managed by Nick Jackson and then found Hypnotize Minds. The group then released their first album named Mystic Stylez in 1995 and since then have released eight albums together. He released his breakout solo album called Chronicles of the Juice Man in 2002, 2nd July, under the record label of North North. Juicy J has also collaborated with Frayser Boy, DJ Paul, and Crunchy Black for Its Hard Here for Pimp, winning the 78th Academy Award Best Original Song. He has also released his second studio album in 2009 named Hustle Till I Die under Select-o-Hits, and Hypnotize Minds.
Juicy J moved off from Three Six Mafia in 2009 to focus on his career till 2011. During this while, he frequently collaborated with Wiz Khalifa and made appearances in his mixtapes. He released one of his own named Blue Dream and Lean. In 2011 December, Juicy J confirmed that he will be the newest member of the Taylor Gang imprint and partly own the A&R Representative. In 2012, he also found a feature on the Source Magazine cover for the May issue. He cooperated with 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne to make Bandz a Make Her Dance, the lead single for Stay Trippy, his third album. He has also shared some interest with Dr. Dre, Nas, and Jay-z and collaborated on the album. Later, he also announced guest appearances from The Weeknd, Wiz Khalifa, 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, and Nicki Minaj.
Juicy J is married to his long-term girlfriend Regina Perera, and they exchanged vows in July of 2016. They have a son together born in 2020 and a daughter born in 2018 February.
The current approximate net worth of Juicy J is 25 million USD