Jucee Froot was born on July 12 1994 in Memphis Tennessee and between the ages of 6 and 9 she learned to play piano, as well as write her own music. She later went on to create YouTube videos and generate a following for herself. Jucee Froot remixed K.Camp's song "Damn Right and her version went viral on WordStar and Facebook with over 5 million views. On May 24, 2014 the father of her newborn child was shot and killed in a drive by shooting and that caused her to put a lot of things into perspective.
Shortly after the loss of her child's father, Jucee Froot realized she could not give up on her career she linked back up with her original team, Loyal 100 Entertainment/P.R.U RECORDS, and started working on her debut mixtape/EP “DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH”. Jucee Froot was recently featured on Young Dolph’s mixtape “16 Zips” on a track titled “Trap Nigga” & Zed Zilla's “Rents Due 3” mixtape. She has been recognized by Yo Gotti, K. Michelle, and Jermaine Dupri; and has also recorded with Da Brat. With several deals on the table she remains independent and plans to take over the industry in 2016 and beyond.
Checkout the official "Diamond In The Rough" Video
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