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JUICE J has released a brand new mixtape with Lex Luger named Crypto Business Check the track below.

Released on Tuesday (November 15), the cryptocurrency-inspired collaboration clocks in at 18 songs and boasts guest appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Lil Keke, La Chat, Finesse2Tymes, BeatKing and more.

The first single from the project, “Be Careful” featuring Finesse2Tymes includes an official music video by Vince Boussamba that finds Juicy performing his raps in the studio.

Juicy J along with Lex Luger first hinted at the possibility of a new collaborative effort on social media earlier in the year. The Crypto Business is their first collaboration of this kind in more than a decade since the 2011’s Rubber Band Business the sequel to their original.

The two have remained close partners since and have even had Luger receiving production credits for Juicy’s solo album in 2017 The Rubba Band Business as well as 2013’s Keep Trippy.

The HTML0 version of Crypto Business is also one of the Three 6 Mafia legend’s third project of the year. All three are joint efforts. Then, in February of this year, he collaborated with the fellow Taylor Gang rep Wiz Khalifa for Stoner’s Night prior to collaborating with producer/rapper Pi’erre Burne in Space Age Pimpin’ in August.

As he keeps up a steady stream of music releases, Juicy J also has his eyes glued to the latest happenings around the globe. In the last month Juicy J Memphis native was able to find footage of Logic instructing his son of two years how to play a drum kit and was awed by what he observed.

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Juicy was seen in the Logic’s Instagram comments for a inquire about buying beats from the rapper’s son to be used on his forthcoming album. “Mane that’s dope tell lil Bobby I need a beat for my new album,” Juicy wrote.

The album, which is her last as a solo artist, The Hustle Continues came out in November 2020. It comes with appearances by Lil Baby, Pooh Shiesty, NLE Choppa, Rico Nasty and Kaash Paige, to name a few.

Lex Luger, meanwhile, dropped Bonfire the album, the joint effort of Cleveland, Ohio rapper and Kid Cudi affiliate King Chip, in February. The album was eight tracks long and featured the sole appearance of the blog’s mainstay from 2010 Casey Veggies.

Watch Juicy J and Lex Luger’s Crypto Business below.