Juelz Santana recently sat down for a live interview with Complex on their “The Music Show”. Around the 23:00 mark, Juelz recalled the story of when the police raided his studio and took his hard drive. He says there was about 100 unreleased songs erased from the hard drive when he finally got it back including 20 collaborations with Lil Wayne as they must of recorded about 60.
“When the police raided my studio, I had about 100 records. I had my hard drive back I had nothing. Shit was erased. I think I got a couple more records left for Wayne we didn’t put out from that time but a lot of records were on that hard drive.”
Santana did mention that Tunechi may still have the tracks on his hard drive, because they worked back and forth by sending each other verses. He even mentioned that him and Tune are still close like brothers and if they really wanted to, they could release a joint project right now.
Before the conversation wrapped up, Juelz even spoke a little bit about his and Weezy‘s “After Disaster” collabo and revealed that their I Can’t Feel My Face project never dropped, because back in the days there was just too many politics with labels. For a little bit of hope, he says there aren’t that many label politics anymore if they did want to drop ICFMF.
You can watch the full interview after the jump below. Santana also told a story about Lil Wayne to show just how much of a real rapper he is and how crazy his work ethic is. This story was on the night after finding out his Tha Carter III album had gone Platinum in one week, Juelz sent him 3 songs and Wayne sent them all back on the same night!