Juvenile, whose real name is Terius Gray, is an American rapper known for his contributions to the hip-hop genre, particularly in the Southern rap scene. Born on March 25, 1975, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Juvenile emerged in the early 1990s as a prominent figure in the hip-hop world.One of Juvenile’s most significant contributions to hip-hop came with the release of his third studio album, “400 Degreez,” in 1998. The album featured the hit single “Back That Thang Up,” which became a massive success and helped popularize the Cash Money Records label. Juvenile’s unique flow, coupled with catchy beats and infectious hooks, resonated with audiences, earning him widespread acclaim.Following the success of “400 Degreez,” Juvenile continued to release music that further solidified his status as a Southern rap icon. His subsequent albums, including “Tha G-Code” (1999) and “Project English” (2001), showcased his versatility as an artist and cemented his influence in the hip-hop community.Throughout his career, Juvenile has collaborated with numerous artists and contributed to the evolution of the Southern rap genre. His distinctive voice, authentic storytelling, and charismatic presence have earned him a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim.Beyond his music, Juvenile has also ventured into acting and entrepreneurship, further expanding his influence beyond the realm of hip-hop. With his enduring impact on the music industry and his role in shaping the Southern rap landscape, Juvenile remains a respected figure in hip-hop culture.

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