Keeping Austin weird, one raucous concert at a time.
Killa Season has returned.
March 25th, 2013 marks the 10 year anniversary since the quintessential Diplomatic Immunity by Dipset was released. In celebration of this milestone, the entire Dipset will be performing for a one-night only show at BB Kings in NYC. The show, co-sponsored by Funk Flex, will go down March 25th. Doors open at 10:30, while the
Today's Hot 97 Throwback At Noon: Best Of edition was dedicated to the Harlem faction. I'm assuming that everybody north of 110th Street had tuned in for this one out here. DOWNLOAD: Mister Cee’s Best Of Tuesdays Mix: Dipset Edition
To this day this song remains the hardest Dipset cut ever. It's one of those cuts that warrant 50-11 do-nothings silently gooning it up on stage, and I'm okay with that.
Frank The Butcher is a man of many talents: creative director, sneaker designer, the list goes on and on. Here, he links with DJ 7L to craft a nearly 100-minute long history lesson on the Diplomats. Tracklist and link down bottom.
On "I Really Mean It." Shortly before their concert this past Friday the NMC's first lady interviewed the Harlem foursome where they relived the past. Check out the (sometimes hilarious) reminiscing down bottom.
The Diplomats took over Best Buy Theater last night. In the process, Jim Jones brought out Asap Rocky above. More footage down bottom. Props to Crook Robbins/Who Shot Ya & BlowHipHopTV.
The Dips are set to perform tonight at Harlem's Nokia Theater as a part of Red Bull Academy's Five Out Of Five Tour, and BlowHipHop was on hand to catch Cam, Juelz and Jimmy rehearse for the whole thing. Wonder if that's what they're going to be doing on Tuesday night as well... PREVIOUS: Juelz
*DEAD* at that still shot GWHH was on hand to catch the Dips' reunion tour live in Chicago, and caught up with them after the show. You can check out still shots from their experience at their site.