With nearly 20 years deep in the game, Juvenile is a stalwart in southern hip-hop history. Continuing the campaign for his upcoming 'Mardi Gras 2' mixtape, Juvie hooks up with old UTP cronie Skip for the flagrant and misogynistic song, 'Flag on the Play.'

Produced by Zaytoven and Cassius Jay, the track is a sonic collage of futuristic sounds and provides a suitable backdrop for Juvenile to throw flags on "women in violation" of trying to get into his pockets.

"Riding to the top, a n---- need a chauffeur / Terius blowing up, I think I hit a growth spurt / motherf---a's working for me all day, hand and foot / I ask a question, they say 'yes or no, sir," raps the NOLA legend on the opening verse.

Skip rides shotgun on the track and efficiently drops cautionary lines like, "Legend like an Acura / This not the black you find in Africa / You don't want me after 'ya / Bound to start a movement of a massacre."

'Flag on the Play' is another worthy effort for the man who put Cash Money on the map and gives us good reason to keep an eye out for his mixtape, 'Mardi Gras 2.'

Listen to Juvenile's Song 'Flag on the Play' Feat. Skip

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