So much for Harlem sticking together.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Dips make it feel like 2005 again.
Best friends become strangers.
DIPSET! DIPSET! DIPSET!
Sir Poppington doing what he does best.
There never is or will be a dull moment with Cam.
The story of Baby Maine and Ma$e's conversion from rapper to pastor.
It may be time to pull out your XXXL white tee and Avirex jacket from storage.
The pastor talks knocking out light-skinned people, Puffy and Killa Cam.
Did I know the video for Jim Jones' "Emotionless" trailed into "So Harlem".
Last night in NYC, the Diplomats gathered with fans at BB King's to celebrate <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/03/diplomatic-immunity-1-anniversary">the 10-year anniversary</a> of Diplomatic Immunity.
Grimy enough to make you drop that 9-5 and traverse your city's seedy underbelly with a Warriors-like posse of your closest friends, "Crunk Muzik" is everything we love about the Diplomats.
Trippy is as trippy does.
One night will always haunt me from the semester I spent studying abroad in the enchantingly beautiful city of Rome, Italy.
In the only setting applicable for such a song, Jim Jones bring T.
Future aficionados are rejoicing that his double mixtape Super Future/Fire Marshall Future will be out next week, and "Big Bank Roll" builds the anticipation even higher.
Byrdgang's brief run prior to Stacks' passing and Jim and Max's falling out provided some of New York's finest and still under-documented music of the 2000s.