Cam’ron’s Harlem-based Diplomats staff (also called Dipset) focuses on Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, JR Article writer, and Diplomat Information leader Freekey Zeekey. Although first two amounts of Diplomatic Immunity, released in 2003 and 2004, do well commercially, they’ve also produced a lot of money off some underground mixtapes, a few of that have received wide distribution via Koch.
Music Songs Dipset Anthem, I Really Mean It, Crunk Muzik, I'm Ready, Hey Ma, More Than Music, Bout It Bout It... Part III, What's Really Good, My Love, DJ Enuff Freestyle, Built This City, Take Em To Church, Purple Haze, I Wanna Be Your Lady, Hell Rell Freestyle, Real Ni***s, Beautiful Noise, Melalin, Un Casa, Have You Seen Juelz Santana, Juelz Santana, Get From Round Me, Hell Rell, Have My Money, This Is What I Do, Wouldn't You Like To Be A Gangsta Too?, Real Niggas, The Best Out, So Free, Bigger Picture, Family Ties, Stop-n-go
Albums Dipset: More Than Music, Volume 2, More Than Music, Vol. 2, Dipset: The Movement Moves On, Diplomats Volume 5, Diplomatic Immunity 2, Diplomats Volume 4, Diplomatic Immunity, Diplomats Volume 1, Diplomats, Volume 2, Dipset Collabos, Dipset Mania Back to Business, Vol. 2, Dipset Mania Special Edition, More Than Music, Vol. 1