Dipset Release Their Comeback Visual In Proper Fashion (Video)

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The Diplomats—better known as Dipset—are hitting the road. Moreover, Cam’ron, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, and Freekey Zekey are bringing Funkmaster Flex out on the buses and planes with them. Flex, a veteran DJ who played many clubs across the globe, is returning to the road for the first time in well over a decade (not counting a tour he says wasn’t him at his best).

For the gallant affair, Dipset dropped visuals for “Have My Money.” With an Ed O.G. & Da Bulldogs/Joe Mansfield-informed beat, and an AMG-influenced chorus, the Harlem/Bronx collective seek another Uptown Anthem. The black & white video (as most Rap stars are using in 2015) shows that even while the crew is long removed from their Roc-A-Fella Records days, the gettin’ is still good, and the bond is still epoxy strong.

Can The Diplomats match, or possibly top what G-Unit accomplished in 2014?

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