Dipset Back: The Diplomats Renuite For New Album ‘Diplomatic Ties’

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For the primary time in 14 years, the almighty Dipset is again to the music and sound extra united than ever. Cam’Ron, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, and Freezy Zeeky have been estranged in occasions previous, however their new Diplomatic Ties album indicators that their bond was weakened however by no means severed.

With the assistance of two singles, “Sauce Boyz” and “On God” that includes Belly, the Dipset rang the alarm on their return in methods surprising and over high of the sound that made the group fashionable. The group’s final undertaking, Diplomatic Immunity 2, dropped in 2004 and every rapping member of the crew has gone on to forge strong and energetic solo careers.

Across 9 tracks, Diplomatic Ties fuses the sounds of the brand new and outdated, with the gang reconnecting with The Heatmakerz for that traditional Dipset sound onto present sounds with the likes of Murda Beatz. Features embody the likes of Trav, who runs heavy with Capo, Tory Lanez, who has confirmed himself to be a spitter price respecting of late, and the still-potent rapping trio of The Lox. For true Dipset followers, they’ll acknowledge the title Un Casa, who seems on the album’s intro.

Hopefully, that is only a warmup for the gang they usually’ll hit the sales space to present us extra of that New York warmth as solely they’ll.

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