Today we’re throwing it back to Harlem with the Dips in the spirit of remembering 9/11! After going back in time with Killa Cam earlier, let’s take it back now with the Capo, Jim Jones, in the gallery.
With today’s significance, I thought it’d be fitting to kick off TBT with the Dip Set, considering the message of their classic 2002 track, “Welcome To New York City.” Let’s begin with the group’s fearless leader, Cam’Ron. Take a trip back in time with Killa in the gallery.
Cam calls on fellow Dips Jim Jones & Hell Rell to take on Araabmuzik production available after the jump.
The Dipset veteran Jim Jones has sat down with XXL to talk the the epic reunion of another rap group making their run in the early 2000’s, G-Unit and says that they have gained momentum with their comeback. Jones also discussed the A$AP Mob, stating that although he respects what they’re doing, they are not from the streets, nor nothing like The Diplomats. Check out his full statement here!
Killa Cam unleashes a visual for his new joint “Put It In The Sky”. Take a look at the video after the jump!
Dipset’s head honcho Cam’Ron recently caught up with Noisey for a quick sit-down for The People Vs. series. The Harlem native answers questions on YouTube about his new “Dipsh*ts” video. Killa touched on everything from colorful fur and caps to avid Dipset fans. Check out the vid below.
As an avid Dipset fan (former Dipl0matxmami on AIM), anything involving Killa Cam and the other Dips makes me happy. A new Diplomats cartoon hit the net called “Dipset The Movie: Where Is Cam’Ron?” Check out the three part parody below for a great laugh. It’s still DIPSET, you DIPsh*ts!
Its been quite a minute since we had the Diplomats on a track together. Now, in a recent interview the world can learn why. That “why” is answered by none other than Dame Dash. Check it out after the jump.
It was a Diplomatic reunion in DC, as Cam’ron and the notorious producer Just Blaze took over the stage during Broccoli Fest! Watch the clip below, as the two reunite for a classic performance of ‘I Really Mean It’.