Future, DJ Khaled And Juvenile To Join 'RapFix Live' Party

Join the hip-hop trio Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET on MTV.com

"RapFix Live" is ready to turn up. Last week, Sway welcomed Ace Hood and TDE's Schoolboy Q on the red couch, but this week, he'll have to make even more room because [artist id="3055723"]Future[/artist], [artist id="1800901"]DJ Khaled[/artist] and [artist id="508213"]Juvenile[/artist] will all be stopping by to kick it Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET on MTV.com.

On Tuesday, Future is dropping his debut album, Pluto. To celebrate, he will swing through the "RapFix" set and make an appearance on MTV's new weekly talk show "Hip Hop POV" on Wednesday. The "Tony Montana" rapper's first shot features R. Kelly, T.I., Juicy J, Snoop Dogg and Trae Tha Truth. His single "Magic" peaked at #10 on the Billboard Hip-Hop/R&B charts, and his next record, "Same Damn Time," is starting to bubble as well.

It'll be quite the moment if the rap newcomer crosses paths with veteran MC Juvenile, who will also be in the studio. Juvie began his career as the shining star on Birdman's Cash Money Records. His 1998 LP, 400 Degreez, was a pivotal hip-hop album and ultimately established Cash Money as a musical force to be reckoned with. It spawned singles like "Ha" and the rump-shaking "Back That Azz Up." Juvie left CMR in 2002 and has largely carried on by himself. He dropped his last solo album, Beast Mode, in 2010 and earlier this year released his Mardi Gras mixtape with DJ Smallz.

Now you can't have a party without DJ Khaled. Since 2006, the Miami representative has been carving his lane as a hitmaker. On his debut LP, Listennn... the Album, Khaled paired artists like Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Jadakiss and Beanie Sigel on high-powered collaborative cuts. He successfully improved on the formula through the years and has delivered with hit records like "I'm So Hood" featuring T-Pain, Rick Ross, Trick Daddy and Plies, as well as last year's inescapable single "I'm On One" with Drake, Ross and Lil Wayne. Khaled's latest track, "Take It to the Head," partners Chris Brown, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj on a single track. His sixth studio album, Kiss the Ring, is due later this year.

Catch Future, DJ Khaled and Juvenile on "RapFix Live" Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET on MTV.com, and be sure to join the Twitter conversation using the hashtag #RapFixLive. Send your questions for the artists to @MTVRapFix!