Following 2020’s 10-track record Project Potter, which included songs like “Sauce Pt.2,” “Project Pott,” “Count Up,” “Talk Is Cheap,” “Changed Up,” and “Huskies,” talented up-and-comer, Juice Potter, returns with “Potter.” The track is accompanied by a music video directed by Faseeh Bhatti.
Recorded at the Heavy artillery studio, “Potter” was mixed and mastered by Luchi Walli. The young rapper reveals that the song focuses on who he is, where he comes from, and the things he had to deal with along the way. It also reflects his future aspirations and the impact he wants to leave on the youth. “It’s just telling you my story. More or less. It’s telling you my story and you know, where I come from and what I had to go through and what I still go through currently,” admits Juice.
Potter stands for independence and empowerment. In a recent interview he talks about how the message he intends to deliver revolves around motivating people to become the best version of themselves. He also urges everyone to figure out what it is that could make them great, “Don’t settle for mediocrity, don’t settle for the rat race. Don‘t settle…Honestly, I’m not really sure what the biggest takeaway for the fans would be, but if I had to guess, I’d say the biggest takeaway is that anything is possible. I mean, don’t let anything hinder you. That’s what I think they might take away.
With the release of “Potter,” Juice plans to share more new music with his listeners. He is currently working on a new EP titled Potterville 2.
Watch the music video for “Potter” here: