Juicy J Celebrates ‘Stay Trippy’ Release in NYC
Juicy J hit the streets of New york Tuesday night (Aug. 27) to celebrate the release of his debut major label solo album, 'Stay Trippy.' The Three 6 Mafia rapper took over NYC's Jazz Room at The General alongside his Taylor Gang crew including Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose. To show support, the Pittsburgh-bred Taylor Gang leader presented Juicy J with a platinum plaque to commemorate his chart-topping single, 'Bandz A Make Her Dance.
But before the party could truly get underway, Londell McMillan, publisher of 'The Source,' made a cameo appearance to present the Memphis, TN native with a framed cover of the hip-hop magazine's 25th anniversary Power 30 issue, with the trippy MC's face sitting front and center. Knowing that New York is the home of hip-hop, there was no shortage of celebrities in the building. A$AP Rocky, Mike Will Made It, Angela Yee, Luke James, Leon Thomas, DJ Self and more filled the Lower East Side venue.
Take a look at pics from Juicy J's 'Still Trippy' night out below.