Always next in the line of the Dipset hierarchy, skills-wise, Juelz Santana, would, every so often, show-up his mentor Cam'ron in the rap department. This apperance of Rap City for example. Juelz, a.k.a. "Human Crack in the Flesh," kept it to his hustle here. "I'm so used to dishing the bird out," he rhymed, "I bought a crib in the trees so I could live in the birdhouse." Later on, he spits what might be the most memorable quotes of his rap career, comprised of one word repeated twice, "Tato, tato!" (Dominican slang meaning "Alright, alright!") solidifying his status as an invaluable member of Harlem's rap history and making himself a part of Rap City's.