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The Diplomats – Diplomatic Immunity 2 review

A year after their Harlem street classic “Diplomatic Immunity”, The Diplomats are back at it again with part two on Koch Records. While last years edition relied heavily on the Heatmakerz magnificent production and a strong showing from Cam’ron, Juelz Santana & Jim Jones, part two goes in a completely different direction. With the Heatmakerz only producing four tracks, the production is nowhere near as satisfying. In addition, “Diplomatic Immunity 2” is more of a mixtape that showcases the Dips up and coming talent, such as S.A.S., Jha Jha, Bugs, J.R. Writer & 40 Cal. Unfortunately, only J.R. Writer and 40 Cal are worth hearing, as Jha Jha, Bugs & S.A.S. put forth awfully bad tracks on the album.

Dipset Diplomatsby Low Key

A year after their Harlem street classic “Diplomatic Immunity”, The Diplomats are back at it again with part two on Koch Records. While last years edition relied heavily on the Heatmakerz magnificent production and a strong showing from Cam’ron, Juelz Santana & Jim Jones, part two goes in a completely different direction. With the Heatmakerz only producing four tracks, the production is nowhere near as satisfying. In addition, “Diplomatic Immunity 2” is more of a mixtape that showcases the Dips up and coming talent, such as S.A.S., Jha Jha, Bugs, J.R. Writer & 40 Cal. Unfortunately, only J.R. Writer and 40 Cal are worth hearing, as Jha Jha, Bugs & S.A.S. put forth awfully bad tracks on the album.

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