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Cam’ron Gives Update on Dipset Reunion Album
Just because there hasn't been much music released from the upcoming Diplomats reunion album doesn't mean that the gang isn't busy recording. In fact, Cam'ron recently spoke on the group's progress in recording their first album since the release of 2004's 'Diplomatic Immunity 2,' stating that they'…
Jim Jones Sets Release Date for ‘Capo’ Album
Rapper Jim Jones has been keeping busy with his Dipset brethren for an upcoming reunion record, but he isn't turning his back on his solo career. The Diplomat Records co-CEO is currently prepping the release of his fifth solo LP, 'Capo,' which is tentatively set for a September 28 rel…
Vado Joins The Diplomats on ‘Salute’ Remix
When The Diplomats set summer stereos ablaze with their comeback record 'Salute' earlier this summer, one of the biggest questions was what to make of rapper Vado. The current Cam'ron protégé has been putting in big work and a boiling street buzz, but isn't technica…
Dipset Reunite in Brooklyn for Video Shoot
When Dipset's Cam'ron and Jim Jones officially put an end to their 3-year feud this past April, rumor was that it was only a matter of time before a full-fledged reunion would go down. The most obvious place for the group's reintroduction would have been Hot 97's annual SummerJam…
Jim Jones Loses Control of Max B’s Music
Max B might be serving a 75-year prison sentence for robbery and murder, but this isn't the last you've heard from him. Prior to heading off to do his bid, the Harlem native recorded his debut 'Vigilante Season' for Amalgam Digital, but the album was put on ice under the pretense…
Juelz Santana Addresses Dipset Reunion
Harlem rappers Jim Jones and Cam'ron have put their three-year long feud behind them,announcing plans to reunite their group the Diplomats for a new album, 'Diplomatic Immunity 3.' Up until now Jones and Cam have been the only Dipset members to discuss the reconciliation, but Cam's former protege Ju…
Max B Slams Lil Wayne and Drake From Prison
Rapper Max B isn't letting his prison sentence get in the way of how he feels about his musical status. In a recent telephone interview the Harlem native proclaimed that despite his current incarceration on murder charges, he is a better rapper than both Lil Wayne and Drake...
Say What! — Freeky Zeeky Talks Dip Set Beef + More
Dip Set president Freeky Zeeky discussed the beef between Cam'ron and Jim Jones recently, saying. "My whole thing, I think it's some hop squash, I think everybody need to go and slap each other with a leather glove...I think we need to sit down and re-do everything all over, because there was a…
Say What! — Jim Jones Talks Getting Money + More
Jim Jones stopped by Lip Service and let the girls know that he still gets money, Cam notwithstanding. "Dip Set is ours ya dig. We all Dip Set. I am Dip Set. If n----s don't like it, holla at me. You'll see me when y'all see me. This is not a publicity stunt...

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