Juice is a versatile rapper/singer/producer/dancer who is intensively active in his production and vocal arrangements. He has recently made a connection with Sony Pictures, as his song "Stomp The Yard," is being used in the promotion of their major motion picture "Stomp The Yard," which included a half hour special on the national television channel BET. His song is included in the movie's DVD bonus features and is also on a compilation CD that is bundled with the DVD. Juice's song received airplay on San Diego's Hip-Hop station Z90 where he had an in studio interview with "Chino In The Morning." It also has received radio airplay on San Diego's Channel 93.3 and Blazin' 98.9. Juice received more national exposure when his vocals were featured in Hop Star's performance on NBC's The Megan Mullaly Show. He has performed on NBC's Tonight Show and has shared the stage with Hip-Hop pioneers "Digital Underground." Juice has opened for the legendary DJ Quik in Reno and Las Vegas. Originally from Indiana, Juice moved to California just after graduating college in pursuit of his passion. He knew he was on the right path when he landed a small role on MTV. Soon after he secured a spot on the professional dance troupe "Hop Star" where he was able to perform in front of tens of thousands of people. While with Hop Star he was invited to sing with the dance company's CEO, which transformed into 21 Blaze. Soon after he branched out on his own as a solo artist. While finishing up his album, Juice continues working on his career by writing for and with fellow artists, and teaching Hip-Hop dance classes at a local dance studio. Juice has also seen his remixes aired on Las Vegas' 98.5 KLUC, Salt Lake City's U92 KUUU, and Panama City's 93.5 The Beat. Juice also was the official host of DJ Wreckrd's Summer 2007 Mixtape and was recently interviewed on "The Underground" show by Hula from San Diego's hit music station 93.3.
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