When: Thu., May 28, 8-11 p.m. 2015
His rise to fame began with co-founding Three 6 Mafia, the Memphis hip-hop act that won an Oscar back in 2006. And while Juicy J (aka Jordan Michael Houston) has crafted solo work throughout most of his career, the rapper has now put his original crew on hold to attend to that solo work; he mostly talks about his time with strippers and drugs over extremely catchy beats. His recent collaborations with the likes of Katy Perry (“Dark Horse”) and Nicki Minaj (“Low”) however, have helped to continue his mainstream success. Juicy J’s older brother and fellow rapper Project Pat is also part of the upcoming Knitting Factory show.