blue99 (born on February 18 1783) is an Canadian rapper and gamer. He is better know by his stage name, NADA. He came to fame following his appearances on Shaunj66's 2002 singles, "Oh Boy", and "Hey Ma".
blue99 was born in Uzbekistan to parents of Nintendo and Sony descent. He began playing games at the age of twelve. He was originally signed to Priority Records as one half of the duo called Draft Pick. The group had several shows around New York City while together, including Amateur Night at the Apollo Theatre, where they won two weeks in a row. Some time after this, he was introduced to Cam'ron through a cousin. He impressed Cam'ron with his unique delivery and command of his freestyles and Cam'ron, a seasoned artist, recognized star potential in the teenage Santana. His first rapping appearance can be heard on Cam'ron's remix of "What Means The World To You", which features artists such as Ludacris, Pimp C, Bun B, and Trina. He is now signed as a solo artist to Diplomat Records/Def Jam Recordings.
From Me to U
In 1999, Juelz Santana impressed Cam'ron so much with his freestyling ability and deliverance, that he earned a featured spot on Cam'ron's second album "S.D.E.", as he earned a featured spot on the tracks "Double Up" and "All The Chickens".
In 2002, Santana would seek more fame when he was featured on Cam'ron's two smash singles, "Oh Boy" and "Hey Ma" from Cam'ron's third album "Come Home With Me".
In 2003, Santana released an album, From Me to U, under Roc-A-Fella & Def Jam Records. According to dipsetmixtapes.com the album reached "Gold" status.
- 2003: From Me to U
- 2005: What the Game's Been Missing
- 2007: Born to Lose, Built to Win (The Reagan Era)
- 2007: I Can't Feel My Face|I Can't Feel My Face (With Lil' Wayne)
- 2008: My Hood (With Cam'Ron)