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As the mastermind behind worldwide hits "Slow Motion" and "Back That Azz Up," New Orleans rapper Juvenile ranks among the small group of artists and producers that can legitimately be called hip-hop royalty. Juvenile came up in New Orleans’ bounce scene of the early ’90s, a local genre renowned for its uptempo, high-energy beats. As such, his live show tends to resemble a party as much as it does a typical concert. Fans who buy Juvenile concert tickets should get ready to bounce along to hits that have aged like fine wine since climbing to the top of the charts in the ’90s and 2000s.
Terius Gray, best known as Juvenile, grew up in New Orleans, where he fell in love with hip-hop at a young age. By the early 1990s, Juvenile was already writing and recording his original rap tracks, and he soon became one of the most talked-about artists in the local music scene. In 1995, Juvenile released his debut album, Being Myself, which wasn’t a major commercial success but did catch the attention of Cash Money Records, which signed him shortly thereafter. In 1997, Juvenile released his follow-up album, Solja Rags, which scored a spot on the Billboard R&B chart and earned him new fans all over the world. Juvenile continued to build upon his momentum by releasing new music and working alongside rappers like Lil Wayne. By the end of the 1990s, there was no denying the fact that Juvenile was one of the biggest names in the rap game, and he was just getting started.
Over the course of his prolific career, Juvenile has released 11 studio albums, several of which have been certified gold, platinum and even multi-platinum. The rapper’s popular albums and mixtapes have spawned numerous hip-hop anthems, including "Back That Azz Up," "U Understand," "Set It Off," "Slow Motion" and "Power." Over the years, Juvenile has also collaborated on tracks with artists like Birdman and Rick Ross. He appeared on several tracks of Lil Wayne’s 1999 album Tha Block Is Hot, including “Loud Pipes” and “Enemy Turf.”