The music video sees Juelz Santana as mad scientist character who must live in isolation in order to create his 'medicine'.
Juelz Santana has put forward a music video in companion to his latest single "Mixin' Up the Medicine". It is directed by Rik Cordero and inspired by Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues" music video which was listed in Rolling Stone's "100 Top Music Videos" back in October 1993.
"Our concept pays homage to the original Dylan video as well as detailing the perspective of Juelz as a mad scientist character who must live in isolation in order to create the 'medicine'," Rik dished on his vision for the video's concept. "Lots of potion and tons of guns."
"Mixin' Up the Medicine" features YelaWolf on the hook. The song is set to appear in Juelz Santana's forthcoming third studio album called "Born to Lose, Built to Win (The Rise of the Skull Gang)" which is expected to come out sometime next year.
Juelz Santana's "Mixin' Up the Medicine" music video