His second album "What the Game's Been Missing!" reached #9 on the U.S. Billboard 200 Chart.
Juelz was featured on Paul Wall's "Get Money, Stay True" album, on a track entitled "I'm Real, What Are You".
Height: 5' 8" (1.73 m)
He appears on the music video and song for Jim Jones's "Emotionless".
His next single is titled "The Second Coming".
Juelz was featured on Mariah Carey's "Don't Forget About Us (Remix)" alongside Bone Thugs N Harmony.
Juelz is single according to his recent interview with Vibe. (February 2007)
He was originally signed to Priority Records.
He shares the same birthday as Dr. Dre.
His motto is "Don't watch me. Watch T.V."
His debut album "From Me to U" went gold.
He also has another slogan "Aight!"
Juelz also appears in Lot 29 ads.
Juelz has a clothing store called "Santana's Town" which is located in Harlem, New York.
His album "What The Game's Been Missing!" is certified Platinum.
He was once in a group called "Draft Pick".
Juelz has appeared on the remix to Chris Brown's "Poppin".
Juelz has appeared on a remix of Rouge and Dr. Zeus's song "Don't Be Shy".
Juelz started his music career at the age of 15.
Juelz is also known for his slogan "Ay!"
Juelz paid for and directed his video "Mic Check."
He is of a Dominican descent.
His trademark is to wear a white bandanna.
His cousin introduced him to Cam'Ron.
Juelz began writing rhymes when he was 12.
Juelz Santana belongs with the following record labels:
Def Jam Recordings
Juelz Santana has recorded and cut records with:
He is the youngest member in the rap group The Diplomats.
Juelz: The Reagan era was the biggest crack era ever, and I feel like I am human crack in the flesh. When I say that I don't want people to confuse it. My music is so potent, you get addicted to it.