VIDEO: Cam’ron & Juelz Santana – Reebok Classic Christmas | Commercial

camronnjuelzDipset’s Cam’ron and Juelz Santana combine forces with Reebok to drop limited holiday colorways of some of the brand’s classic models.  Check out this commercial of the duo as they hang out in sunny Miami and hustle a few ballers on the local court with their superior footwear.  For what it’s worth, this is pretty entertaining and definitely has its funny moments.  You can’t knock the hustle.

AUDIO: SBOE – Tell Somebody Ft. Juelz Santana

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Juelz Santa assists his SBOE group with their latest single “Tell Somebody” which is featured on their upcoming mixtape AWGIU II (All We Got Is Us).  Backed by pounding drums and heavy synths, the track comes equipped with plenty of energy as all the artists lace the track with braggadocios rhymes about their cars, cash flow and living the high life.  Take a listen to SBOE’s new bangin’ street anthem “Tell Somebody.”

VIDEO: SBOE – This Shit Is Lit (Remix) Ft. Meek Mill & Fabolous

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Juelz Santana’s collective SBOE release a new music video today for their official remix to “This Shit Is Lit” featuring MMG rapper Meek Mill and New York’s Fabolous.  Watch as the group hits the streets of New York along with members of their crew for a grimy visual jam packed with ATV’s and motorcycles, luxury vehicles, jewelry and club celebrating.

VIDEO: Juelz Santana Talks “Sho Nuff” w/ Pitch Fork

Santana recently took a trip over to the Harlem Karate Institute with Pitch Fork TV to discuss getting back in the rap game with his latest mixtape God Willn’.  The two discuss the opening track “Sho Nuff” which samples a scene from the classic film The Last Dragon.  Santana also shares his take on current New York hip hop, working with unsigned and untapped producers, his plans for the future and kicks the traditional Pitch Fork freestyle to close things out.

VIDEO: Cam’ron & Dipset Source Awards Rehearsal Circa 2003

Now I don’t know about you but this takes me back to when I first started recording music with the homies and when I was in high school.  I can remember how the influence of New York music at that time started showing in the styles on campus and just how popular Dipset was.  It was just a big time around those days for Roc-a-Fella in general.  Check out the behind the scenes footage of the whole Dipset crew practicing for their show at the Source Awards and giving a dope rehearsal for the staff and camera crew.

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