Jucee Froot (born Terrica Alexander) is an American born rapper and singer. She became known through freestyles and car raps such as ‘Bad and Boujee’which went viral. Her talent caught the eye of Birdman who flew her down to Miami and the rest is history. The ability to switch up the flow from hardcore raps to singing a hook, Jucee will continue to be a rising artist.
her viral videos on Facebook with a following of over 390,000 people.
Froot is most known for her viral videos on Facebook with a following of over 390,000 people. Her first video to gain the most attention was a freestyle she did over K. Camp‘s Damn Right beat which made Worldstarhiphop.
She has a long list of fan favorites which consist of Wishy-Washy, No Flockin, Bad & Boujee and many more. While doing her FaceBook freestyles she was able to catch the attention of Jermaine Dupri, Yo Gotti, Da Brat, K. Michelle and Young Dolph. She has since then been working with Birdman and Cash Money Records.
Jucee Froot’s Pitch for 2020 XXL Freshman – XXL
Before the 2020 XXL Freshman class will be revealed this late 2020 spring, the Freshman hopefuls are here to appear and demonstrate why they merit a spot right now. The tenth Spot casting a ballot, controlled by SoundCloud, dispatches today (March 30), which implies hip-hop’s rising newcomers are competing for a spot on the 2020 XXL Freshman spread.
Memphis’ own Jucee Froot is putting on for her old neighborhood. When the multi-skilled 25-year-old rapper figured out how to play piano and keep in touch with her own music before she was even in the twofold digits, it was clear she was bound for something more prominent.
In 2014, her remix of K. Camp’s “Damn Right” earned Jucee her first popular minute, collecting more than 5 million perspectives on Facebook and Worldstar for the going with video. With everyone’s eyes on her, Jucee before long connected up with Young Dolph and showed up on his 2015 mixtape, 16 Zips, and by 2016, she’d been co-marked by any semblance of Yo Gotti, K. Michelle, Jermaine Dupri, and Da Brat.
Presently in 2020, Jucee is marked to Atlantic Records through a joint endeavor with Art@War and Loyal 100 Entertainment. The year has hitherto been incredible toward the southern spitter, as her track “Danger” was appointed absurd of Prey soundtrack, and her “Life Is Good” music video accumulated 2.2 million perspectives in under two months.
Jucee Froot New Single “Eat Itself”
Following the release of her debut mixtape Black Sheep, Jucee Froot has just dropped her highly anticipated single, “Eat Itself.” Additionally, as part of the upcoming season of HBO‘s Insecure, her new track will be featured on the second episode of the TV show. Froot hopes that listeners will have fun and feel sexy with the new song as it serves as an empowering anthem for ladies. Fans are advised to listen to the track, stream and download from Apple Music/Google Play