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Juicy J Stays Positive on ‘0 to 100′ Remix

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Since Drake dropped ‘0 to 100′ moments before he made a guest appearance at Hot 97’s Summer Jam last month, everyone from Meek Mill to G-Unit have put their spins on the track. And now it’s Juicy J‘s turn.

Melodically ,the song more or less starts off with the same Boi-1da and Noah “40″ Shebib-produced beat. However, the lyrics are clearly different. Instead of calling out the haters like Drake did, Juicy spotlights his laurels at the top of the track.

“If ya ain’t heard, ain’t a n—- triller / More Ace of Spades than a black jack dealer / All in the club with Hollywood’s finest / I’m ’bout to take Katy Perry to King of Diamonds,” he delivers.

The rhymer also continues the positive vibes when the tempo and overall beat changes altogether. He thanks all those who supported him since the beginning, and unlike other rappers, Juicy still gives props to the spitters who hate on him.

“I don’t even hate the n—-s hatin’ on me / When their albums come out / I still buy their CDs / And that’s real,” he raps.

Listen Juicy J’s ‘0 to 100′ Remix

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