Skull Gang Entertainment

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Skull Gang Entertainment
Parent company Koch Records
Founded 2008
Founder Juelz Santana CEO and President
Distributor(s) Diplomat Records
Genre Hip hop
Country of origin United States
Location New York City, New York
Official website

Skull Gang Entertainment is a hip-hop label formed by Skull Gang member Juelz Santana in 2008. With his usual crew on hold due to infighting and his solo career tied up in contract disputes, Dipset member Juelz Santana formed his own group, Skull Gang, in 2008. Featuring Santana along with Richmond Rab, Starr, Unkasa, John Depp, Deniro, and Riq Rose, the crew first appeared on the mixtape Takeover: The New Movement to Move With released in 2008. A year later, many of the tracks ended up on the group's self-titled debut album released by the E-1 label.[1] In 2011 Juelz Santana will release his second studio album in a joint venture 50/50 with Def Jam on June 15 [2]

Skull Gang[edit]

In 2008 Juelz Santana created a group known as Skull Gang. The group consists of Richmond Rab, Starr, Unkasa, John Depp, Deniro, and Riq Rose. They released a solo album, also known as Skull Gang, which debuted at number 145 at US Billboard 200. Also they released a lot of mixtapes and have a collaboration album with Mike Epps and Jim Jones called Bad Santa.



Year Album Peak chart positions
US R&B Rap
2009 Skull Gang[1]
  • Released: May 5, 2009
  • Label: Skull Gang Entertainment/E1 Music
142 25 9


Year Album
2008 Skull Gang Takeover "The New Movement To Move Wit"
  • Released: September 19, 2008
  • Format: Free download

Solo albums

Juelz Santana

Year Title Chart positions Sales and certifications
U.S. U.S. R&B U.S. Rap
2011 Born to Lose, Built to Win
  • Third Studio Album
  • Released: Unknown
  • Label: Skull Gang Entertainment/Def Jam
- - -
  • Sales: -
  • RIAA: -