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Cam’Ron – Killa Season – The Movie (2006)

Cam’ron’s debut into the film world chronicles a loosely autobiographical plot of his own transformation from a high school basketball star to a full-time heroin dealer. This movie is based on the life of High school basketball phenom Karlton Hines. Cameron’s character is named “Flea”.
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Juelz Santana - What The Game's Been Missing!
Juelz Santana – What The Game’s Been Missing! – Album (2005)

What The Game’s Been Missing! is the second studio Album by American rapper Juelz Santana. The album was released on November 22, 2005, on Diplomats Records and Def Jam Recordings. The album yielded the singles “Mic Check”, “There It Go (The Whistle Song)”, “Make It Work For Ya” (Feat. Young Jeezy & Lil’ Wayne) & “Clockwork”.
In his home country of United States, What The Game’s Been Missing! debuted at number 9 on the Billboard 200, selling 141,000 copies in its first week. As of January 3, 2006, the album has been certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association Of America (RIAA), for selling 500,000 copies.
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Juelz Santana - Back Like Cooked Crack - VOL.3 & The Diplomats - The Title Stays In Harlem

Juelz Santana – Back Like Cooked Crack 3 – Fiend Out 
The Diplomats & DukeDaGod – The Title Stays In Harlem
Mixtapes (2005)

In an interview with Hip Hop Canada, Juelz Santana remarked that his approach to the making of What The Game’s Been Missing! was different from his other albums, noting the amount of effort and work he was able to contribute to it, saying: “I’m definitely going to say that I like this album the best mainly because I got to work on it and I got to grow with it. I took care of a lot of things on it and not to say that my other albums were not good, but I just got to put more work into the making of this one”.
Originally 160 songs were recorded for the Album, taking over a year to make. He described the process as “learning how to ride a bike” asserting to the fact that the basis of the album developed deeper into production. The album was also influenced by the 1994 film ”Fresh”, In the song “Lil’ Boy Fresh” he loosely summarizes the story from beginning to end. Continue reading

Jim Jones - City Of God & Juelz Santana & Cam'Ron - Hate Music
Jim Jones – City Of God – Mixtape (2005)
Juelz Santana & Cam’Ron – Hate Music – Song (2000)

City Of God is the mixtape before second studio Album of Jim Jones: Harlem – Diary Of A Summer, Jim Jones introduced into this mixtape to Max B A.K.A. Biggaveli, (Byrdgang member).
Hate Music is an extracted song from Backstage: A Hard Knock Life is the soundtrack to the 2000 documentary film, Backstage.
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The Diplomats & Friends - The Book Of Hip Hop
The Diplomats & Friends – The Book Of Hip Hop – DVD (2005)

Cam’Ron, Juelz Santana and Jim Jones of the Harlem Diplomats perform live in this uncensored concert filmed in Harlem, N.Y. Doug E. Fresh plays host for the hip-hop showcase, which features such hot artists as State Property with Beanie Sigel and Peedi CrakkDJ Clue and Memphis Bleek. Doug E. Fresh gets the party going with “New York” and “Lodi Dodi” and Damon Dash and DJ Clue open up in a special interview segment.
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Juelz Santana - Back Like Cooked Crack - VOL.1 & 2

Juelz Santana – Back Like Cooked Crack VOL.1 & 2
Mixtapes (2004-2005)

Juelz Santana didn’t exactly create the bandana popularity, he took it and made it his own. Juelz Santana made sure his bandana game was a variation of colors & even patterns.
Two dominant eras for bandanas tied around the head, two completely different significances. Tupac’s bandana propagated the life of a thug and an outlaw. It was a symbol of “don’t fuck with meJuelz Santana’s version was much more style-conscious: It matched his outfit of the day, and he normally didn’t tie it around his head but merely sat it upon the dome in the daintiest, yet coolest of ways. One thing is for sure; both appropriations had thugs, goons, mild-mannered suburbanites, and hip-hop enthusiasts alike taking the risk.

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