Jucee Froot is making 2020 her year. After having put together an already-impressive discography, her latest mixtape, Black Sheep, features the likes of Rico Nasty, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Juicy J and more. Speaking about the mixtape, she says she's wanting people to sit up and take notice.
“I’ve always been considered the black sheep just because I took an unexpected path and was always a little more rebellious growing up. I feel like an outcast because I’m a threat to people that try to look past me.
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“You ain’t ever heard a female like me. I want women to be comfortable enough to talk about whatever they want. I’m trying to change the game. My only competition is myself. I’m hard, but I make music from the heart that people can relate to and I will continue to stay true to myself and push forward.”
Jucee started off 2020 with an official remix of her 2018 track Psycho, this time featuring Rico Nasty and O.T Genasis. Speaking about the track, she says, “I was ecstatic doing Psycho. I was in Detroit working with Helluva, and I brought out a different flow. The reaction went crazy.
"There’s no way you can’t sing along to it. It always gets me hyped up. I give it the same energy every time.” Jucee Froot wants you to remember the name, and have fun doing it. Between Psycho and Black Sheep, there's a Jucee Froot track for everyone.
If Jucee is a Black Sheep, then she won't remain that way for long. Her latest mixtape is her best work yet, and shows off her ability to switch between menacing bars, and hooks that will get stuck in your head long after the tape ends. Check it out below - you won't forget Jucee Froot's name in a hurry.