Juelz Santana Goes Back to Square One on New ‘Santana Bandana’ Single [LISTEN]
It looks like Juelz Santana's come back is now official, considering he's been dropping new material left and right these days.
Just recently, he's released the singles "Up in the Studio Getting Blown," "Time Ticking" and "Ol Thang Back," with Busta Rhymes, Jadakiss, Method Man and Redman, which have all been pretty well-received.
This time the Dipset rapper delivers his new cut "Santana Bandana," a reference to the cocked-to-the-side-bandana he used to rock many years ago. Plus, he reminisces a bit in the verses and talks about his younger days in school and how things have changed for him since then.
"Teachers used to tell other kids not to f--- with me / He's a dummy, he's bad company / Now my teachers kids looking up to me / Same teacher texting me asking 'Do you want some company?'" spits Juelz.
As of now, there hasn't been any promotion or even mention of a new mixtape or album from the Harlem native, but the way it appears he's re-establishing his brand after taking a long break from releasing new music.
You can listen to the new "Santana Bandana" cut below.
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