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article imageRapper Juicy J's 'Bandz A Make Her Dance' certified gold

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By Layne Weiss     Jan 8, 2013 in Entertainment
Three Six Mafia and Taylor Gang rapper Juicy J has received a gold plaque for selling over 500,000 copies of his hit single "Bandz A Make Her Dance."
"#BANDZAMAKEHERDANCE" certified GOLD," he tweeted. He then provided a download link to the song, urging his fans to download it.
The rapper told HipHopDX Monday that how unbelievable it is that created "Bandz A Make Her Dance" in a 2 bedroom apartment in Washington, DC. "Thank you to all the Taylors out there for supporting it. I can't wait for you to hear the rest of the music," Juicy J said.
In late November 2012, a "Bandz A Make Her Dance" videogame was released online. Players become Juicy J and go to the stripclub armed with a stack of cash. The object of the game is to "make it rain" on the strippers as they slide down their poles.
Juicy J is currently working on his solo album Stay Trippy, which will be produced by Juicy himself, Wiz Khalifa, and producer/remixer Dr. Luke.
In late 2011, Wiz Khalifa signed Juicy J, a member of Memphis rap group Three Six Mafia to Taylor Gang.
This had nothing to do with Three Six Mafia's status. It was just about Juicy J exploring a solo career. Juicy J said he spoke with fellow Three Six Mafia member all the time, reaffirming that the group was not broken up.
"Everything's good. I talked to Paul every other day," he said.
In a recent interview, Juicy J also talked about plans for Three Six Mafia to release a new album. He explained they were just waiting for the right offer from Sony.
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