Juicy J "Slob On My Knob" Is a Trend In the Apple of Music

HipHop News Posted on September 11, 2017 at 9:09am

Juicy J "Slob On My Knob" Is a Trend In the Apple of Music

The '90's sex anthem has made a surprising comeback.

The Fans of Memphis rap legend Juicy J were pleasantly surprised to see his memorable song "Slob On My Knob" trends in the Apple of Music on Sunday (September 10).

Slob on the knob is trend #1 in the Apple of Music I wrote that song when I was in grade 11, and the bag is still in $$$ thanks

— juicy j (@therealjuicyj) September 10, 2017

The album was a staple of Juicy J in the mixtape days, but I have a wider release in the 1999 album, CrazyNDaLazDayz, the only LP by Three 6 Mafia spin-off group, Tear Da Club Up Thugs. Although the track was not a chart-topping hit, became a cult classic.

"That was a song that I wrote when I was in the 11th grade," Juicy J told Complex in 2011. "I was in a history class with this guy called Pope Owens, on the North Side of the high School."

"Every time you perform, whether it be Japan, Italy, — where, — I have to make that track," he told Vibe Magazine in 2014. "They know, word-for-word."

Fans on Twitter shared their collective surprise and excitement — about the classic song of the revival. Here is a sample of the reaction below.

Why is it vague in my command of trends in the Apple of Music 😂😂 I woke up to that was like hell yes illuminated by the morning

— . (@Peachy_Lo) On The 11th Of September 2017

Have No idea why Slob on my Knob is the top trending song in the Apple of Music, but I just know that it makes me very proud of this country right now pic.twitter.com/Kq3u8xTzYz

— Talib Babb (@TalibBabb) On The 11th Of September 2017

slob on my knob me suspended from school and I'm proud of that moment #TearDaClubUpThugz

— K A N E U S A (@CardoGotWings) On The 11th Of September 2017

slob on my knob is a trend, and here's a 2014 video to remind y'all of how important that song was for me. 😭 pic.twitter.com/wCS63jMGsm

— credit card. (@rangohart) on the 11th of September 2017

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