Juvenile - Street Heat: Live (2005) - Rotten Tomatoes

Juvenile - Street Heat: Live (2005)





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New Orleans rapper Juvenile (born Terius Gray) started making music when he was just a teenager. Since the release of his debut album BEING MYSELF in 1995, he has risen from underground star to mainstream sucess, gaining recognition from many of the major figures in the hip-hop business. Several albums later, STREET HEAT meets up with the Southern rapper for a live show in Dallas. Viewers will gain a better sense of what makes this artist tick as they are taken behind-the-scenes where Juvenile is joined by several of hip-hop colleagues, including Kottonmouth, Paul Wall, Choppa, Lil Flip, Uncle Luke, Swisha House, and many more.


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