Juicy J plays a zero-sum game in "The Wolf of Wall Street" offices.
Within hours of releasing "Let Me See," Juicy J added his visual touch. The new music video is the second in the 3rd in recent memory, inspired by Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street. The others: Peewee Longway's "I Can't Get Enough" and Jay Rock's Grammy-winning "King's Dead" borrow from the movie in a different capacity, whereas Juicy J's main focus is in playing dress-up.
"I wanted to do something different. I had to let people know. It’s that OG advice," Juicy J told Ebro Darden in regards to the song making process. "Talking to these youngins. Letting them know what it is, stop bullshitting and getting up off their ass. Start getting some ownership on some masters and our own thing," He concluded before letting Ebro get first dibs on the "Let Me See" premiere.
In some regard, the "Let Me See" is an idealized meeting of the minds, across several generations of rap music. Who better to broker the deal than a bespoken legend like Juicy J, who shows little sign of slowing up. Check out the "Let Me See" video and hit us with your thoughts.