BIO MC Juice was born in Chicago, Illinois, and at age four moved to Los Angeles, where he spent his school years. Having many creative people in his family, he found a love for music and wrote his first rhyme by the time he was six years old. A little after high school, he moved back to Chicago. After being told so many good things about his talented word play and showmanship, he decided to leave college to pursue music full time. MC Juice has been in dozens of rap competitions and beaten hundreds of rappers, and claims to lost only twice. He enjoys making new songs, to actually have an extensive music catalog (approx. 250 songs recorded).
In 1997 at Scribble Jam finals, Eminem battled MC Juice, which became known as one of the best freestyle battles in the history of hip hop. MC Juice defeated Eminem, become the champion at the contest.
MC Juice also faced freestyle luminary - Supernatural - on a notorious contest that was a five thousand dollar battle. Supernatural defeated MC Juice in two of the three rounds but, in a controversial side of the story which was absent in "Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme", Supernatural asks to change the beat in the third round. He then tells the crowd he is being set up and that he is being given unpleasant beats, and then asks the crowd to 'follow him out the valley' for a future performance.
In 2007, MC Juice became a member of a six-piece live band called Juice And The Machine, who released a DVD, Juice And The Machine: Live At The Party.