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Dipset Uses Their Reunion Video To Show That They’ve Really Made Peace

Last month, Cam’ron and Jim Jones released the single “Once Upon A Time.” The song’s lyrics reveal that Dame Dash once confronted Harvey Weinstein about his behavior towards women 15

Cam’ron Replies To Ma$e’s Disses Point For Point. He’s Serving Beef Raw For Dinner (Audio)

It has been less than 48 hours since Ma$e took his beef with Cam’ron to the next level. Friday’s (November 24) “The Oracle” found “Murda Ma$e” dissing his former Children

Cam’ron & Jim Jones Are Back In Business. Their Reunion Revives The Dipset Sound (Audio)

Next week (November 21), The Diplomats will perform their first concert in years. The Hammerstein Ballroom reunion performance of Cam’ron, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, and Freekey Zekey comes after a

Joell Ortiz & Fred The Godson Roar Like Godzilla In An Ode To New York (Audio)

At the Y2K pinnacle of Rawkus Records, Pharoahe Monch eclipsed his Organized Konfusion success with an onslaught of solo hits. The first cut was probably the deepest, thanks to “Simon Says.”

Royce 5’9 Drops A Heat Rock. Joell Ortiz Sayz 2 Can Play That Game (Audio)

Today (May 23), both Joell Ortiz and Royce 5’9 dropped fresh material, shaking up things in what has otherwise been a relatively quiet week for major new releases. On “iLL,” Royce

Joell Ortiz & B.o.B. Take A Moment To Celebrate Music Of All Kinds On A Heatmakerz Beat (Audio)

Joell Ortiz’s third solo album, House Slippers, is a transformation for the Slaughterhouse MC. Now signed to Penalty Records, the Brooklyn artist claims he’s made the freest album yet, with

Vado Puts On The Fedora For Sinatra, With Production By Scott Storch, Cool & Dre, Plus Heatmakerz (Mixtape)

Despite a burning buzz, Vado’s never been big on charging fans for music. Now backed by DJ Khaled’s We The Best imprint, the Diplomats’ second-generation artist comes forth with Sinatra.

Watch Dipset’s Former Secret Weapon The Heatmakerz Make A Beat On The Spot (Video)

Ten years ago was the height of what’s commonly called “Chipmunk Soul.” Producers were adjusting the pitch on vocals to create a harmonious effect on samples that made songs sound