I'm telling you, can't nobody bring you a song better than this song. Do it like this.’ She's hands-on with how she wants her sound to be. I always thought the song was a little goofy, funny song. Both artists co-wrote the song with its producers, Max Martin, Cirkut, and Dr. Luke, alongside Sarah Hudson. The producers behind the film Hustle & Flow sent Three 6 the script, asking if they’d write a song for it. “Dark Horse” is the third single off Prism, Katy Perry’s fourth studio album. He brought me in as a third owner of his company, Taylor Gang Entertainment. It's an independent release. 1 hits, neither artist had any expectation of the song topping the charts, or it even being released as a single. I was in my wife's apartment in D.C., and I was sitting at this table with a $100 microphone with a sock on it, just rapping ‘You say no to ratchet…’ and just whatever comes in my mind I'm saying. You'll be like 'Juicy J wasn't bullsh---ing.'”. "Dark Horse" is a song by American singer Katy Perry featuring rapper Juicy J. It's crazy. Credit: Katy Perry told Juicy J that his collaboration with Miley Cyrus drew her towards working with him. I did it cause I was smoking weed. “When I heard that song, I was like, ‘Damn, that beat is so hard.’ I had a cameraman that used to follow me around and shoot videos with me. Now it's like, I can't go nowhere without somebody saying, ‘Man, you gotta perform ‘Slob On My Knob.’", While the song is advertised as a Three 6 Mafia track, Juicy is the only one rapping on the original version, making it the first big indicator of his potential as a self-sufficient solo artist. “She'd come to the studio and knock out songs left and right. It just kept on climbing, and climbing, and I performed it at the iHeartRadio Music Festival with her, and somebody from her label, I think it was an A&R, or whatever, kept talking about, ‘Man that “Dark Horse,” I'm telling you, man, that's a smash, man. As he prepares for the release of his fifth studio album The Hustle Continues on Black Friday (Nov. 27), Juicy J reflects on some of the biggest hits he has written and/or produced. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. “I was thinking about retiring. And it worked, man. “She's like ‘I love your verse on “23,” man. We’ve just been brothers ever since.”, The song stems from how Juicy has been living the past few months. I'm high now.”, While this particular beat was a collaboration with Lex Luger, Juicy teases “98 percent of the [upcoming] album was produced by me. “She's like ‘I love your verse on “23,” man. Juicy became acquainted with Megan Thee Stallion after her manager, T Farris, an old friend who worked with peers like Paul Wall and Mike Jones, sent a few of her songs over. Put it out.’ They put the song out and it skyrocketed.”, UGK’s final hit together, before the 2007 death of Pimp C, borrows the beat from “Choose U,” a cut Juicy and DJ Paul produced on Project Pat’s 2002 album Layin’ Da Smack Down. Like ‘Alright this n—'s in jail, this person's in jail. “I did so well rapping on his beats, which I had never done. Listen to Katy’s new song “Smile”: "Dark Horse" from Katy Perry’s ‘PRISM’: Perry Complete Collection on Spotify: Perry Essentials on Apple Music: your favorite Katy videos on YouTube: Katy Perry:Website:  by Matthew Cullen & Produced by Dawn Rose, Danny Lockwood, Javier Jimenez, and Derek JohnsonLyrics:I knew you wereYou were gonna come to meAnd here you areBut you better choose carefully‘Cause I am capable of anythingOf anything and everythingMake me your AphroditeMake me your one and onlyBut don’t make me your enemyYour enemy, your enemy(Pre-Chorus)So you wanna play with magicBoy, you should know what you’re fallin’ forBaby, do you dare to do this‘Cause I’m coming atcha like a dark horse(Chorus)Are you ready for, ready forA perfect storm, perfect storm‘Cause once you’re mine, once you’re mineThere’s no going backMark my wordsThis love will make you levitateLike a birdLike a bird without a cageBut down to earthIf you choose to walk awayDon’t walk awayIt’s in the palm of your hand now, babyIt’s a yes or a no, no maybeSo just be sureBefore you give it all to meAll to meGive it all to me(Pre-Chorus)So you wanna play with magicBoy, you should know what you’re fallin’ forBaby, do you dare to do this‘Cause I’m coming atcha like a dark horse(Chorus)Are you ready for, ready forA perfect storm, perfect storm‘Cause once you’re mine, once you’re mineThere’s no going back(Juicy J)She’s a beastI call her KarmaShe’ll eat your heart outLike Jeffrey DahmerBe carefulTry not to lead her onShorty heart is on steroids‘Cause her love is so strongYou may fall in love when you meet herIf you get the chance, you better keep herShe’s sweet as pie, but if you break her heartShe’ll turn cold as a freezerThat fairy tale ending with a knight in shining armorShe can be my Sleeping BeautyI’m gon’ put her in a comaNow I think I love herShorty so bad, sprung and I don’t careShe ride me like a roller coasterTurned the bedroom into a fairHer love is like a drugI was tryna hit it and quit itBut lil’ mama so dopeI messed around and got addicted(Pre-Chorus)So you wanna play with magicBoy, you should know what you’re fallin’ forBaby, do you dare to do this‘Cause I’m coming atcha like a dark horse(Chorus)Are you ready for, ready forA perfect storm, perfect storm‘Cause once you’re mine, once you’re mineThere’s no going backMusic video by Katy Perry performing Dark Horse. Edgar Daniel/VOTO, Juicy J reflects on the hits he has made with Three 6 Mafia, UGK, Katy Perry, and more. Mike Will called and said ‘You got the hottest record in Atlanta.’ I was like, ‘Really?’ He said, ‘You gotta come to Atlanta, man. With regards to the group’s second hit off their platinum album Most Known Unknown, Juicy J explains that, "‘Poppin' My Collar" was a song that we liked, but didn't think was going to be the next single. The song has been called a “southern rap-techno mashup” and features a verse by rapper Juicy J. I say God connected us together, and we've been making dope records ever since.”, For Megan’s 2019 summer anthem, Juicy credits A&R Derrick Milano for helping assemble its collaborators. That sounds kinda, I mean, it's true, but—,’ and he convinced me to keep it. You got the hardest record, I'm telling you.’ I went down there, man. This is an edited version of the official video for \"Dark Horse\" by Katy Perry from her album, PRISM. We met on the internet during the time I was doing mixtapes with Lex Luger. The label actually picked that one. Offers may be subject to change without notice. This is the song. I never really looked at myself as an artist,” he admits. My brother had this record label, I put some money in that company, and I was helping out these artists he discovered. Directed by Aya Tanimura. He was like, ‘Yo man, I want that same beat that was on that Project Pat album. Katy Perry - Dark Horse (KnighsTalker Radio Edit) ft. Juicy J Katy Perry - Dark Horse (Official) ft. Juicy J 29 Oct 2020 by Goblusal Listen to Katy’s new song “Smile”: "Dark Horse" from Katy Perry’s ‘PRISM’: Perry Complete Collection on Spotify: Perry Essentials on Apple Music: your favorite Katy videos on YouTube: Katy Perry: It wasn't really in stores. It didn't sound like a real booty-shaking song, and I just felt like this would be different to take this strip-club hook and put it over this slow jam-sounding type of beat. My crew was going back and forth to jail so much, it just kind of forced me to start stepping up to the plate and being a rapper. It’s hard to call a musician who’s received an achievement as huge as an Academy Award underrated. I'm just letting you know, this is it.’ I was for sure about that. She's cool, man,” Juicy says of the breakout star. “Pat had put his album out, and a year passed, Pimp C called Paul. I own 100 percent of the masters. You'll see. Columbia Records called like ‘How the hell did you get this record to chart? “And then I put it over another beat [when] I started DJing at this club and the song just got popular. They know the songs, they listen to the songs, but they just didn't know. “People knew our music, but they didn't know who we were,” he says. “Like Prince, Michael Jordan, I’m still in here, still relevant, still killing the game,” he says. Follow us on Twitter: @KatyPerryIsrael now! It worked by me being a producer, and having that ear. I'm producing so many records for so many people. She's super hot and she's super talented, man. Go behind the scenes of the making of Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" music video! When I heard your verse, I was like, 'Aw sh—, I gotta get you on my song.’” The pop superstar was dissatisfied though with the end of the initial verse he emailed her (it was “something with the EQ,” he says), and had him come to her studio. I never heard nothing like that. They were going crazy, the record was charting — it wasn't even on Apple Music at the time. It was just charting by itself. Entertainment Weekly is a registered trademark of Meredith Corporation All Rights Reserved. This story appears in the November issue of Entertainment Weekly, on newsstands Oct. 16. The music track is the version of \"Dark Horse\" that is played on the radio.Available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/prism-deluxe-version/id690928033Directed by: Mathew CullenComposers: Katy Perry, Jordan Houston, Lukasz Gottwald, Sarah Theresa Hudson, Max Martin, Henry WalterProducers: Dr. Luke, Max Martin, Cirkut, Dawn Rose, Danny Lockwood, Derek Johnson, Motion TheoryRadio Edit version edited by: KnighsTalker(C) 2014 Capitol Records, LLC I'm in a good space.”. I was like, ‘Holy sh--, this is the verse killer.’ She's killing verses. “I was in the studio with somebody the other day, they were like ‘I didn't know you produced [Three 6 Mafia hit] 'Sippin' on Some Syrup,'” the Memphis rapper/producer tells EW over Zoom. “I was like, ‘Man, she got a dope-ass flow.’ I hadn't heard nobody rap like that since I was in Three 6 Mafia.” He and Megan linked up and made three songs for her debut mixtape Fever. They were like, ‘Yo, this is the next single.’ We were like, ‘Nah, that's not the one.’ We had an argument, and then we said, ‘All right, f— it. I kind of freestyled that verse. That's the one.’ And it became the one.”. (C) 2014 Capitol Records, LLC. I had it over a different-sounding beat, and I really didn't like that,” Juicy says of one of Three 6 Mafia’s most enduring tracks. Some people today don't even know I was in Three 6 Mafia.”, Part of it might be attributed to the fact that, after the rap trio went on indefinite hiatus, Juicy successfully reintroduced himself as both a solo artist and one of rap’s most sought-out producers, making beats for artists like Lil Wayne, Future, and A$AP Rocky.

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