The LOX and Dipset had their highly anticipated battle last night (August. 3) at the MSG Theater in NYC, and the Harlem delegation of rappers barely had a chance. From the outset, the Yonkers trio of Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch delivered confident energy and displayed a mastery of mics and showmanship that made their foes look like some homies doing karaoke, respectfully.

Now that outside is officially back open, the friendly battle slash celebration series has announced one of its biggest and most anticipated events yet with The Lox set to take on the Dipset crew live from New York City.

For the first time in 14 years, the almighty Dipset is back to the music and sound more united than ever. Cam’Ron, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, and Freezy Zeeky have been estranged in times past, but their new Diplomatic Ties album signals that their bond was weakened but never severed.

The Diplomats are making a return to the scene in a big way on the back of their new video and single “Sauce Boyz” but something appeared to be missing with the crew’s youngest member. Juelz Santana‘s front teeth looked to be missing in the video in some shots and a fan launched a GoFundMe […]

Greedy folks all over the nation have been waiting patiently for Thanksgiving, but now there’s a whole new reason to celebrate. The Diplomats have announced their first studio album in 14 years, Diplomatic Ties, due November 22.


When word got out that Cam’Ron, Jim Jones and Juelz Santana were reuniting for another run as The Diplomats, Dipset fans rejoiced and eagerly awaited word on when they could expect to bop to some new material. A few days ago Jim Jones finally blessed them with that information.

After almost a 15 year wait we might have a new Diplomats album in the works. Jim Jones hinted that the crew is back in the studio working as a unit again.

dipset, News, Video

Just a week after blessing their fans with their first team cut in years, The Diplomats have announced that they’re currently working on releasing a EP/documentary for their faithful fans.

Jim Jones and Cam’Ron might have started 2017 spilling all kinds of oolong tea and Pepsi on each other but they seem intent on closing out the year on a high note.

In November, the Harlem crew Diplomats, better known as the Dipset, will reunite with Cam'Ron and Jim Jones unifying for the effort.

The Diplomats are about their chips, dip, and any epithet for cash. That much is apparent from their new single “Have My Money,” the visual for which debuts today.

The Funk Flex ring off properly, reminding listening that The Diplomats are indeed back. Their new single is called “Do Something.”