After watching a two-hour interview with Cash Money’s in-house superproducer (and cheerful doughboy) Mannie Fresh, I’m concerned the Clique’s creative output is due another look after pop is done eating 90s NYC/Memphis/Houston. Peep Noz’s interview for fanboy-gold tales of the label’s crazy work ethic and collectivism in its heyday. In preparation for the eventual rediscovery of Back That Azz Up, I’m putting up some later Juvie, when he proved his reedy-ass voice could work on something other than modified bounce beats. Slow Motion was probably his peak, chart-wise, but Rodeo made Juvie sound smoove. The same Juvie who participated in the recording of Hot Boys’ Kesha.
via Ass The Blog