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Diplomats And DukeDaGod Present : Dipset - More Than Music Vol. 1

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More Than Music (Feat. DukeDaGod, Hell Rell And JR Writer)
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Dipset Symphony (Deat, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, Hell Rell, JR Writer, 40 Cal And Unkasa)
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Back In The Building (Feat. Hell Rell)
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Santana's Town Part II (Feat. Juelz Santana)
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What Is This (Feat. Jim Jones)
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Open Your Eyez (Feat. 40 Cal)
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Somebody Gotta Die Tonight (Feat. Cam'Ron And Freekey Zeekey)
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You Make Me Say (Feat. JR Writer)
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Sucker For Love Radio Interlude (Feat. DukeDaGod And Ash)
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So What's It Gonna Be? (Feat. Juelz Santana And Fabolous)
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The Best Out (Feat. JR Writer, Hell Rell, 40 Cal And Bezel)
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Bloodshed R.I.P. Freestyle (Feat. Cam'Ron And Bloodshed)
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No Days Off (Feat. Juelz Santana)
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40th Boyz (Feat. 40 Cal And A-Mafia)
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The Pit (Feat. JR Writer, Hell Rell And 40 Cal)
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Get Down (Feat. Cam'Ron And Juelz Santana)
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So Gangsta (Feat. Jha Jha And Unkasa)
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What Kind Of Life Is This (Feat. Juealz Santana And Razah)
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If Only You Believe (Feat. JR Writer)
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 67:18

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Harlem Renaissance

albewolf

The 'Dip-Set' remains vibrant and tight!! Talk about any other crew you want, Killa Cam keeps these birds freeeessshhhh!

They Say All Music Guide

More Than Music, Vol. 1 is a glorified mixtape with little appeal beyond the Diplomats’ devout following — a following that helped carry the release into the Billboard album chart, despite being released on a label referred to by 50 Cent as an “artists’ graveyard.” Not bad for a slipshod release. Containing just enough roles from the big guns — Cam’ron, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones — to keep ears perked, More Than Music is more a way to showcase the crew’s second stringers and up-and-comers. This lacks the playful spirit of several Dipset mixtapes released during the past couple years (a widely distributed Koch release can’t play as fast and loose with the samples and outright beat swiping that makes the relatively “underground” Dipset mixes such a treat). View this as the Diplomats in spring training — there’s too much room allowed for untested newcomers, most of which have yet to establish their own identities. – Andy Kellman

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