T-Pain and Flo Milli will headline this year’s Juice Jam

T-Pain, Flo Milli will headline Juice Jam

University Union's annual mini-music festival on Sept. 18 will also feature Yung Gravy and Doechii.
Published: September 9, 2022
T-Pain performs at the National Pan-Hellenic Council’s Greek Freak Concert.
T-Pain, shown here at 2018's Greek Freak concert at Goldstein Auditorium, is one of the co-headliners for this year's Juice Jam.

T-Pain and Flo Milli will headline this year’s Juice Jam on Sunday, Sept. 18, at North Skytop Lot South Campus.

Joining the hip-hop stars at University Union‘s annual music festival will be Yung Gravy and Doechii. The student-run programming board puts on Juice Jam annually for SU and ESF students at the beginning of each school year.

T-Pain’s latest single with DJ Softest Hard, “I’m Blue,” offers an upbeat, techno dance tune similar to his other recent singles, “Ain’t Nobody” and “DASH.” “Hot Tub,” also released this year, is a collaboration between Yung Gravy, T-Pain and Dillon Francis leaving room for a possible crossover on the stage at this year’s Juice Jam.

Flo Milli’s most recent album, You Still Here, Ho? was released in late July of 2022 as a follow-up to her debut album, Ho, why is you here?. Her assertive and confident lyrics have brought her success with hits like “Conceited” and “Pretty Girls.”

Rapper Yung Gravy has risen to fame in recent years with four albums in his discography since 2018. His recent hits include “Betty” and “Coochie Anthem.”

Doechii has been releasing music since 2018 with two albums along with her latest EP, “she / her / black bitch.” The EP has collaborations with other notable female stars Rico Nasty and SZA.

Juice Jam tickets will be going on sale Monday, Sept. 12, for $25 through the Student MyCuse account. The festival is open to SU and ESF students. A valid student ID must be presented to purchase the ticket.