Juan’s career began when he first started rapping with the Street Lord’z and debuted on their debut album “Platinum Roleez Don’t Tic Toc” and was also on their second one “Platinum Masterpiece”.
In 2004 Juan released his debut solo album “The Real Me” which featured The Street Lord’z throughout the album.
2005 was huge year for Juan. He was on Royce da 5’9”’s album Independence Day and also released two mixtapes with G-Rock a member of the Street Lord’z titled “Dirty Glove: “Family” We All We Got” & Dirty Glove II. Juan also released a mixtape titled “Worth The Weight” which featured his new group B.F.I. (Best Friends Inc.) and a series of freestyles and unreleased tracks. He also produced K-Doe aka K-Deezy’s debut album “Stuck In My Ways”.
In 2006-2007 Juan just did features with other local rappers on the Detroit scene. He also released a series of tracks with Royce Da 5’9” and freestyles with Chedda Boy Malik. The single “So Far Gone” gained national attention when Esham picked up the single for his album “The Butcher Shop” which was a showcase for all the local Detroit talent.
In 2008 Juan was supposed to release his second album “Lord Status” but it was noted in a interview that the masters of his album were stolen and that the stolen copies were leaked on the internet released under a fake double disc album.
As of right now the album is still due to drop in late 2009.
Edited by juicy_joe on 28 Sep 2009, 13:31
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