The last time we’ve heard from the Harlem rhymer, Jay-Z was a retried rapper and the Diplomats were still intact.
Yesterday (January 14) Santana dropped God Will’n, an 18-track return to rap in the form of a mixtape.
Features from Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Fabolous, Wiz Khalifa, Lloyd Banks, Future and singer Jeremih all showing support of Juelz while producers Sha Money XL and Jahlil Beats pitch in with the beats.
Two years after the police raided his New Jersey studio, Juelz snapped out of his creative funk and decided to hit the booth to dish out new music. “I didn’t really want to go to nobody else’s studio. When you have your own, it’s like having your own house. You come and go as you please. You don’t have nobody. You can unlock the door. It was just so much different so.“
In the years that he sat back watching the game, the confident spitter noticed a lane that only he could fill. “I’m just looking at the game. I’m looking and I’m watching and I said ‘It’s looking nasty out here man’,” he said. I know what I’m doing. I know what I’m capable of. Can I compete? Yes! That’s not even a question.”