Juicy J – No English ft. Travi$ Scott (Music Video)

Juicy J drops his new rager of a single: “No English.” The song features Travis Scott and is produced by TM88 and Lex Luger.

Two kindred spirits in the art of getting lit, one old and one young, have teamed up once again. Here’s Juicy J’s new single, “No English,” featuring Travis Scott.

In many ways, the song is like a turnt-up version of “Bake Sale,” except Juice is rapping in full-throttle instead of behind the boards. And there’s no Wiz Khalifa, either. The “No English” instrumental comes from two of the “Bake Sale” producers — TM88 and Lex Luger. TM88 was the executive producer of TGOD Mafia’s new Rude Awakening project, and it’s been a pleasure to watch Luger’s name get back to the top, with contributions to tracks like Ferg’s “Let It Bang” and the Cruel Winter single “Champions.”

Juicy J performed the song at the end of February and incited much pandemonium. Expect “No English” to wreck more stages throughout the summer.

Quotable Lyrics:

And shawty ain’t nothin’ but a freak
She been poppin’ that pussy all week
She wanna let me hit in the backseat


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