By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
During the Dipset run, Cam’ron helped Juelz Santana and Jim Jones become stars in the rap game. While all three Harlem rappers boasted large fan bases, Juelz Santana was the favorite of many. His often hardcore lyrics were accepted in the mainstream, due to both his boyish looks.
Juelz Santana appeared as if he was the future of New York City’s hip hop scene once he released What the Game’s Been Missing!. Instead, Juelz Santana’s sophomore album wound up being his final one. Most rappers have taken advantage of the mixtape game, but Juelz has also refrained from that.
Lil Wayne had a major project planned with Juelz Santana, which has since been shelved. Earlier today, Juelz Santana appeared on MTV’s “RapFix Live” and spoke to Sway Calloway. During the interview, Juelz Santana spoke on Born to Lose, Built to Win, which will be executive produced by Lil Wayne.
Watch the entire interview below: