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Juice not shy to try hip-hop's mainstream
[Chicago Final Edition]
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: Musicians & conductors; Hip hop culture; Personal profiles
Author: Downing, Andy
Date: Aug 19, 2005
Start Page: 12
Section: On The Town
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This talent was then honed in freestyle battles where Juice did his best to ignore the derogatory things said about him onstage ("'Cause I'm sensitive and it might hurt my feelings," he explains)- -while he delivered stream-of-consciousness verses that left other emcees shaking. An audio clip from Eminem even kicks off "All Bets Off," with Slim Shady announcing, "I beat out everybody and there was a guy named Juice from Chicago. I got to him, like, I felt like my whole manhood was completely stripped of me."

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