Mandalay Bay Welcomes Juicy J [Editorial]

Posted on May 4, 2015 by



Throughout his career, Juicy J has earned over 13 nominations and five notable awards that include “Best Hip-Hop Collaboration” and “Best Song” at some of the world’s biggest music awards ceremonies. A couple months ago, he announced his upcoming tour dates and locations, and fans across America couldn’t be more excited for his upcoming North American tour.

The rapper was previously known as one of the founding members of Three 6 Mafia which formed in 1991, and when he left the group in 2011, he had no trouble finding his footing as a solo artist. During his twenty-year stay with Three 6 Mafia, he managed to squeeze in extra studio time and release two solo albums. Shortly after signing on with Dr. Luke’s Kemosabe Records and Columbia Records, he released “Stay Trippy” and “The Hustle Continues.”

The Hustle Continues” tour will kick off in Houston on May 14th, making appearances in New Orleans and Dallas before the rapper jets off to Las Vegas for his performance at Mandalay Bay on the 19th.

For decades, the House of Blues has been celebrating American artists, and is now the go-to venue for live music in the city. Since its opening in Las Vegas back in 1999, singers, groups, and hip hop greats like Nas and Common have returned to this glorious venue to promote their albums. As one of the popular music venues in America, the House of Blues offers a one-of-a-kind experience that allows fans to get up close and personal with their idols. And now, hip hop fans have that opportunity with Juicy J in Mandalay Bay.

The luxury casino resort made live music a permanent fixture on its spectrum of entertainment, inviting music legends from all genres to share their songs with hotel guests and casino patrons. It was important for casino hotels to explore other forms of entertainment outside of gambling that couldn’t be offered in online casinos. The introduction of InterCasino in 1996 shook the entire gaming industry, instigating the surge of online gaming portals. It was a wakeup call for land-based casinos as they realized the importance of diversifying their entertainment. Live music gave them the leg up they needed.

To see Juicy J perform live, buy your tickets to his concert at the Las Vegas House of Blues on Live Nation.

Posted in: Editorials, Events