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Albany- R & B singer Juice released his single "Kill 4 U" just a few weeks ago, and for more than a month it's been number one on Albany radio stations.

The Albany State student says he's grateful that the community has embraced his music.

"I used to think it was going to be the more adult crowd, but I'm not to vulgar, and a lot of kids in high school they call in. That's who call in and really request my song more than anything. It appeals to all crowds really, it appeals to all crowds," Juice says.

His fans will have a chance to hear him and his band live. Juice will perform Friday night at the state theatre along with the Manhattans. The show starts at 9 PM, doors will open at 8 PM.

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