Juicy J remains as prolific as ever almost 30 years after his horror-inspired — and highly influential — introduction as part of Three 6 Mafia.

The Memphis native has released four albums, nine mixtapes and a slew of hit singles — including a cameo on Katy Perry’s chart-topping “Dark Horse” — in the last decade, and there’s no sign of him slowing down.

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Over the past week, Juicy J has revealed plans to release two collaborative albums with two different artists. On Friday (February 4), he announced he’s dropping a joint project with Wiz Khalifa called Stoner’s Night on February 11 while sharing the cover art on Instagram.

Borrowing its title from Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa’s series of mixtape collaborations, Stoner’s Night serves as the duo’s second full-length effort following 2016’s Rude Awakening, which was produced entirely by 808 Mafia’s TM88.

The Taylor Gang teammates have so far released a handful of singles from the forthcoming project, including “Pop That Trunk” and “Backseat” featuring Juicy J’s older brother and fellow Memphis rap legend Project Pat.

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As for the other album he’s working on, Juicy J announced on Monday (February 7) that he’s also plotting a joint project with Pi’erre Bourne, the 28-year-old producer best known for Playboi Carti’s “Magnolia” and 6ix9ine’s “GUMMO.”

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Juicy paired the announcement with a grainy, VHS-style video of himself and Bourne cooking up in the studio, tinkering with a dark, heavily-sedated beat that evokes Three 6 Mafia’s early work.

Bourne — who just recently joined forces with TM88 for Yo!88 — added to the excitement by sharing the clip on Twitter and simply stating “Culture.”

Surrounding himself with youth appears to be Juicy J’s secret to staying trippy. The 46-year-old’s last solo album, The Hustle Continues, arrived in November 2020 complete with appearances from Lil Baby, Pooh Shiesty, NLE Choppa, Rico Nasty and Kaash Paige among others.

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“I’ve been doing this for a long time … and I’m gonna keep going,” he told MTV News in 2020. “My kids’ kids will be listening to Juicy J. I’m gonna be like Tony Bennett around here: 80 years old and still getting Grammys and shit. This is what I love to do and I’m a genius at it — so give me my flowers, man.”