Juvenile has released the music video for "Mountain," directed by Joe Mexican. The catchy first track is from his latest mixtape, Mardi Gras 2, which was released last month as a continuation of his 2012 mixtape, Mardi Gras.
The Blaq & Mild-produced song samples Marvin Gaye singing the chorus to the classic R&B / Soul single, "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." A digitized figure appears of young Marvin singing the 1967 single in high spirits. The track slowly transitions into an hip hop beat leading to Juvenile's rap verses.
The Rich Gang rapper flaunts his money by riding around in his all-white Ferrari while rocking gold grilz and gold chains. In some scenes, the "Slow Motion" rapper wears a suit and is surrounded by booze, friends, and hot girls as he brags about his luxuries and success in this new track. Juvenile and Gaye seem to make a great team in this motivational Rap / R&B track.
You can download and stream the Mardi Gras 2 mixtape for free on LiveMixtapes.com.
For Juvenile's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out his Zumic artist page.