Juelz Santana is finally giving fans what they want after he announced he’s dropping a new project with DJ Drama on his Instagram page.

The Harlem native took to his IG on Sunday (December 25), with a post revealing the new album titled We In Motion that’s set to drop sometime in the new year. The image showed the title with Juelz and Drama’s names included, along with the tagline “Top Of The Year” added.

“We In Motion… The Album…Top Of The Year…long Time Coming #ICFMF #BackOutSide,” Juelz captioned his post.

It’s unclear if the album will a part of Drama’s legendary Gangsta Grillz discography. The Philly native has been on a fiery run with tapes he’s released with Tyler, The Creator, Icewear Vezzo, Jeezy, Snoop Dogg and more.

 

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Juelz Santana’s last project came in March 2020 with #FREESANTANA, which was release while he was serving time at the FCI Petersburg Medium in Hopewell, Virginia. The 10-track album features Jim Jones, Dave East, 2 Chainz, Belly, Lil Wayne, Jeremih and A Boogie wit da Hoodie.

Last month, the Dipset member teased he would be dropping a new project with an Instagram post of him in the studio listening to a song featuring A Boogie.

Juelz Santana has been kicking his music career back into gear this past year. In April, he appeared on fellow Diplomat Jim Jones’ “We Set the Trends (Remix)” alongside Lil Wayne, Migos and DJ Khaled before dropping a new song with Benny The Butcher in August after being challenged to release new music by Funkmaster Flex.

The Harlem native has also teased a collaboration with Lil Durk, in addition to linking up with Chief Keef and Lil Wayne separately in the studio.

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He’s also been shining a light on his long-rumored mixtape, I Can’t Feel My Face, with Lil Wayne. During a recent interview with VladTV, Santana blamed the project’s shelved release on label “politics.”

“We didn’t get to put the album out on a major label because there was too much politics at the time,” he explained. “You had Def Jam, Universal, Cash Money and Diplomats. Four different entities that had to come upon an agreement and come under one accord to push a project.”

Speaking to TMZ this past summer, Juelz Santana hinted that the long-awaited project might actually come out.

“All I’m a say is, Wayne is my brother,” he said. “We are never not working on music outside of each other, as well as together, so for us to do a I Can’t Feel My Face project is definitely not unlikely to happen.”