Posts tagged ‘DipSet’

Last Days Of The Roc: Dipset meet Victoria Beckham

The latest episode from Choke No Joke (former Roc-a-fella videographer).

This is an interesting video because you can sort of see how Dame,Cam & Biggs had formed a new power structure, while Jay-Z was M.I.A.
Also

  • Juelz tells Cam to tell Dame that ODB forgot to take his meds and said fuck Dipset on stage.
  • Dipset in Sony Studios.
  • Freekey Zekey shows Victoria Beckham his bullet wounds.

Review: “Gunz N Butta”

Cam’ron & Vado – Gunz N Butta

(E1, 2011)

Compared to his less then enthusiastic performance on 2009’s Crime Pays, these days Cam’ron looks to be back in Killa Season form and you’d have to attribute at least some of his new found energy to his latest protege, Vado. The two had been dominating the blog/mixtape scene as The U.N. for the past couple of years and released a “retail mixtape” Hot In Here Vol. 1 (a few new tracks along with a bunch of CDQ versions of their most popular mixtape cuts) in 2010. Curiously the E1 release was to relatively little fan fare, with very little in the way of promotion, viral or otherwise. Still, Cam and Vado have continued to have the streets buzzing in 2011, as they prepare for their first official album, Gunz N Butta. (more…)

Shiest Bubz – 52 Diamondz

Produced by Araab Muzik, Shiest bodies this track.

The track is a smart concept, the track will make more sense once you peep the symbols!

“Dipset is a cult

The Throwback: Jim Jones Feat. Max B. – “Baby Girl/G’s Up”


“Can it be that it was all so simple then?”

Harlem, Summer 2005. Jim Jones  (hypeman for his childhood friend Cam’ron and co-founder of their rap collective,  The Diplomats) released his 2nd album, Harlem: Diary Of  a Summer to above average reviews.  Although he never was much of a lyricist, especially compared to the kids he hung with (His earliest attempts at rapping are laughable. Real talk, Mama Giles > Jimmy) Jones always had a scorer’s aura, even when he was riding the bench. His first album, On My Way to Church, received moderate praise but wasn’t enough to push him into the same light as his fellow DipSet members, Cam and Juelz Santana.  Harlem: Diary Of  a Summer was propelled by it’s lead single, “Baby Girl”, which featured Jones newest find on the hook. (more…)