Originally released in October, the Big Fruit-produced Juicy J cut "All I Need," featuring the Atlanta-raised K Camp, is a lyrical exercise in debauchery—a cross-generational banger driven by throbbing sub and chauvinism. The new video for "All I Need" is a pretty literal interpretation of the song, showing the two rappers having a good-ass time at a packed, hazy house party before transitioning into a Three 6 Mafia retrospective. The second half of the video has Juicy J decked out in a tux, watching old music videos of himself and his crew while rapping and reminiscing about the time he had to sell his whip to pay for studio time. It's a hell of a reminder that not only is Juicy J still out here, but he's been out here for a minute—and it doesn't look like he's got plans to go away.
Juicy J And K Camp Bring Us To A House Party In The Video For “All I Need”
The “All I Need” visual also features a Three 6 Mafia retrospective.
March 23, 2015