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Album Review

It's entirely fitting, considering all the references to ejaculation, that Juelz Santana's solo debut full-length for Roc-a-Fella comes off as premature. Fresh off his filler-stuffed two-disc set with his Dipset (Diplomatic Immunity, released just a few months prior), Santana does deliver a small clutch of tracks that could've formed the basis for an outstanding LP. However, there's not enough strong material to make this 70-minute affair a significant one. This comes down to Santana's improving but underdevloped skills as a lyricist and productions that are almost equally inconsistent. "Okay Okay" and "Santana's Town" are two great instances where the eager MC's commanding delivery is enough to bolster the Heatmakerz' energizing production work. On both tracks, Santana amps up his conversational style (no doubt part of the effect Cam'ron's had on him) with fiery command; taut curlicues of swelling strings increase the suspense of "Okay Okay," while squealing symphonic samples push the MC into the red in "Santana's Town." Had this been a six- to eight-track EP, with the bum productions and innocuous rhymes lopped off, Santana's stock would've no doubt been raised. The promise he still holds is obvious, given the flashes of brilliance, so here's hoping the second album sees that through. [A clean version of the album was made available, with all cursing removed.]

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The best!

This album people won't like it because it's not a commercial album, that's why they don't like this album. But if you just like rap in general, this is a great album. With the beats and the lyrics and the hilarious skits, it just comes together. This isn't another rap album, this is a MUSIC album. Dipset will always be on top because they don't care what you think they'll still making money. Loyal fans of Dipset this is a grat album. One of the songs made me sad (My Problem Jealousy). He is just a genious, a music genious.

great album

title says it all

from me to u wat?

Wat da hell is this crap. I expect betta from JS wat the games been missing is so much betta.Don't waste yo time on this trash!!


Born: February 18, 1982 in Harlem, New York, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Born LaRon James in Harlem, the energetic Juelz Santana cut his teeth as an MC with the duo Draft Pick. He didn't hit the big time until 2000, when Cam'ron granted him a guest spot on S.D.E.'s "Double Up." Santana became a member of Cam'ron's Diplomats, contributed a number of verses on other MCs' tracks, and made his full-length debut with 2003's From Me to U. "Dipset (Santana's Town)," easily the best track off the release, barely dented the charts but deserved a lot better. Prior to releasing...
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