Is it possible to release an interview mixtape? Because if it is, Hell Rell needs to be the first to do so. Never one to not speak his mind in front of a camera, music remains his number one priority and means of keeping food on the table and kush to smoke. I have no qualms saying that I’m still in the dark in regards to this Dipset reunion. Is everyone back together or did just Cam, Jimmy, Juelz and Zeke make nice? As long as Vado and Ruger Rell are involved in some fashion, however, color me interested.
Duke Da God’s The D.I.P. Agenda is set to have Thanksgiving come 48 hours early to Harlem on November 23. “Dipset/D-Block Pt. 2” comes over two years after its predecessor, but with the same sense of pride. Hell Rell and Donnie Def Jam lyrically exercise the résumés of their respective crews while coming up with their own acronyms for D.I.P.L.O.M.A.T. and D.B.L.O.C.K. All in all, not a bad track at all considering both sounded hungry and the instrumental catered to both of their aggressive styles.
Still though, the nostalgic part of me will always wonder what these type of tracks would have sounded like during both sets heydays.[audio:http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/dipset_d-block-pt2.mp3%5D