Juelz Santana Hypes Joyner Lucas Collab From New ‘Gangsta Grillz’

Juelz Santana has revealed a new track with Joyner Lucas on his future Gangsta Grillz tape with DJ Dramaand he can’t wait for fans to hear the tune.

On Thursday (January 5), the Harlem, New York native took to her Instagram Story to apparently preview her new track with the “Stranger Things” rapper. In the video, Juelz is wearing a blue knitted balaclava while a drilled record plays in the background.

“Santana and Joyner Lucas, I won’t even say other names. OMG. We in Motion in the damn way,” Santana said while also captioning his post tagging Lucas and hyping the new tape some more.

Juelz announced his first official release after prison with a revealing Instagram post the new album with the title We in Motion which is set to drop sometime this year. The image showed the title with Juelz and Drama’s names included along with the tagline “Top of the Year.”

At first, fans weren’t sure if the project would be a part of Drama’s Gangsta Grillz franchise, which has been on a hot streak lately with ties from Tyler, The Creator, Symba, Jeezy, Snoop Dogg and more. But Mr. Thanksgiving has confirmed that HipHopDX that Juelz’s upcoming release will be part of his legendary series.

Juelz Santana hasn’t released a project since the 2020s #FREESANTANA, who was released while serving time at FCI Petersburg Medium in Hopewell, Virginia. The 10-track album features Jim Jones, Dave East, 2 Chainz, Belly, Lil Wayne, Jeremih and A Boogie wit da Hoodie.

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He has given many hints that he would release new music, e.g. last month when he teased an official project was on the way with an Instagram post where he was in the studio listening to a song with A Boogie. Him too teased a collaboration with Lil Durkin addition to linking up with Chief Keef and Lil Wayne separately in the studio.

If that wasn’t enough, Juelz also stirred the pot by hinting at the release of his long-rumored mixtape, I can’t feel my face, featuring Lil Wayne. During a recent interview with VladTVSantana owed the project’s shelved release to the “politics” label.

“We didn’t get the album out on a major label because there was too much politics at the time,” he explained. “You had Def Jam, Universal, Cash Money and Diplomats. Four different entities that had to make a deal and come under one deal to push a project.”

Last year was a productive year for the 40-year-old. In April, he appeared on fellow Diplomat Jim Jones’ “We Set the Trends (Remix)” alongside Lil Wayne, Migos and DJ Khaled before drop a new song with Benny The Butcher in August after being challenged to release new music by Funkmaster Flex.

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