Mixtape: God Will'n
Producer: Sha Money XL
There's a Dipset revival in the air (on March 25, the crew will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Diplomatic Immunity in NYC) and a Juelz comeback is a necessary part of the process. For a few years the rapper lost his footing, and while nothing on God Will'n sounds like a chart-topping return to form, the tape has some moments that show flashes of his early promise.
There is also some worthwhile synergy on his collaborations with Chicago rappers Lil Reese and (especially) Lil Durk, but the best moment is a solo track produced by Sha Money XL. It sounds for a few seconds like a flip of Future's "Itchin," but quickly switches up into something more distinctive.