Laron Louis James, better know as “Juelz Santana”, is half-Dominican (from his father’s side).
He is a rapper from Harlem, New York, that rose to fame back in the early 2000’s and was part of a group called “The Diplomats”.
So far in his career, he has released about 9 mixtapes and 4 solo studio albums.
As of recently, he appeared on the TV show “Love & Hip Hop” but aside from that, there really hasn’t been much else from Juelz.
John David Jackson, but famously known as “Fabolous”, is a rapper from Brooklyn and he is also half-Dominican.
He has even been spotted at several NYC Dominican Day parades.
Fabolous has been in the game since the early 2000’s and has about 6 solo studio albums and 9 mixtapes.
Lloyd Banks is part-Puerto Rican and he is considered to be one of the best to come out of 50 Cent’s “G-Unit”. He has a mixtape called “Money In The Bank” that is still considered a classic today.
We can’t forget about Jim Jones (Joseph Guillermo Jones II). He is half Puerto Rican and is mainly known for his hit song “We Fly High” with Don Omar and Tego Calderon.
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