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Jim Jones On DipSet Reunion + Agrees 6ix9ine Is The King of NY

Jim Jones On DipSet Reunion + Agrees 6ix9ine Is The King of NY

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Jim Jones stopped through the Power 106 Perrier® & Juice Studios to talk the much anticipated reunion of The Diplomats, shares his thoughts on the current state of hip-hop, and even confesses that New York’s Tekashi 69 might be the Big Apple’s King.

Speaking on the brotherhood that has been reestablished between all members of the Diplomats, Jones talks about the forthcoming projects the three original members have in the works currently, as the re-ground Diplomats. Dipset’s forthcoming project will have some gems featured in the roll-out, as Jim hints at the content that will be featured when the LP drops.

[There are] about eight [tracks].It’s a two-part process. This album is called Diplomatic ties. You know the first two albums were called Diplomatic Immunities. Diplomatic Ties is also a short-form documentary that leads into the full movie doc, that’ll come out with Diplomatic Immunity 3 in the New Year. So, we’re working.

Jim Jones mentions his long-standing friendship with fellow New York rapper 50 Cent saying, that the two have a great relationship and they are usually just trolling one another when it comes to the rappers taking shots at each other on social media.

Peep what Jones had to say about 6ix9ine and the current state of rap success being impacted by social media antics.

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