27 Songs, 1 Hour 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
95 Ratings
95 Ratings
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What's Really Good

The production on these tracks is primarily, and may be entirely, from the Heatmakerz. Having said that, the beats on this album are my favorite around. Take not though that all of the songs contain sped up and pitched samples, so if you're not a fan of this, then stay away. It appears that even Atmosphere ripped of the beat from "Who I Am."

The lyrics are bad. This isn't that bad of a thing though. The more you listen, the more rediculous the lyrics are, such as "...I'm here for a challenge, like this here reminds me of Giligan's Island (whoaaa)." or listen to the song called "I Love You," my favorite track. The lyrics have little to do with the title. Having said that though, most songs such as "I Love You" are full of emotion and varied tones. The flow of the rap is slow and perfect for the tracks.

If you're not all about serious lyrics, and like sampled oldies, then this is the best cd you can buy, even today.

Tazzmanian_nigga

Dipset Dipset!!!

This the best eva to hit the streets yo dipset the best #1 son

jcroque89

Welcome to Dipset City

Diplomatic immunity represents the creation of the Diplomats and remains as their most succesful group album - it helped bring about the recognition of important figure heads in the rap game today all the while introducing a a flow and production that has become a distinct trademark of a group that many have come to hate or love. The diplomats were never the same after this allbum - this is their pinnacle of power, their most pure game. Cop this and you will be satisfied. The movement moves on...

About The Diplomats

Cam'ron's Harlem-based Diplomats crew (also known as Dipset) centers around Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, JR Writer, and Diplomat Records president Freekey Zeekey. Though the first two volumes of Diplomatic Immunity, released in 2003 and 2004, did well commercially, they've also made a fortune off a series of underground mixtapes, some of which have received wide distribution via Koch. ~ Andy Kellman

ORIGIN
New York, NY

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