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Video: Gensu Dean ft. Diamond D – Principles & Codes

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

Gensu Dean drops a new video for “Principles & Codes” featuring the legend Diamond D, off his most recent album RAW. The producer also tapped Roc Marciano, Conway, Homeboy Sandman, J-Live and Red Pill for the project, so be sure to check it out if you slept.

Previously: Gensu Dean ft. Roc Marciano – Ball of Yarn

Video: D.I.T.C ft. Fat Joe, Lord Finesse & Diamond D – Rock Shyt

Saturday, October 8th, 2016

Fat Joe, Lord Finesses and Diamond D drop a video for their Supa Ugly produced cut “Rock Shyt”, off the upcoming D.I.T.C project Sessions, due on October 28th.

Previously: D.I.T.C ft. Fat Joe, Lord Finesse & Diamond D – Rock Shyt

D.I.T.C ft. Fat Joe, Lord Finesse & Diamond D – Rock Shyt

Friday, September 30th, 2016

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Pioneering Bronx crew and legion of legends D.I.T.C today announced a new album called Sessions that they have slated for an October 28th release. They have also liberated the tracklist, which features appearances from pretty much the entire crew, plus the lead single “Rock Shyt” featuring Lord Finesse, Diamond D and Fat Joe going in over a glorious guitar riff.

Continue below to stream and check out the tracklist.

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Video: D.I.T.C (Fat Joe, A.G. & Diamond D) – Make ‘Em So Proud

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Enjoy some classic throwback footage in the D.I.T.C crew’s new video for “Make ‘Em So Proud,” off the D.I.T.C Studios compilation album, which is out now.

Related: Fat Joe x DJ Khaled – Tim Westwood Freestyle (2003)

Previously: D.I.T.C ft. O.C. & A.G. – Lost in Time

D.I.T.C ft. Fat Joe, Lord Finesse & Diamond D – Rock Shyt

Monday, March 21st, 2016

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Oh, nothing to see here, just a few legends connecting on a new record. This is the latest leak from D.I.T.C’s extensive catalog of hew music as they prepare for their upcoming compilation album.

Produced by Supa Ugly.

Listen below.

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D.I.T.C. (A.G., Fat Joe & Diamond D) – Make ‘Em So Proud (Hold Up)

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

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The legendary Diggin In The Crates crew is preparing to drop new music in 2016 via their D.I.T.C. Studios compilation LP. This week they tease the project with a new track featuring Andre The Giant, Fat Joe and Diamond D called “Make ‘Em So Proud (Hold Up).”

Previously: 5 Classic D.I.T.C. Music Videos From 1995

Video: Diamond D – Jose Feliciano

Thursday, August 27th, 2015

Off Diamond D’s The Diam Piece album, out now.

Previously: Diamond D ft. Scram Jones – I Ain’t The One To Fuc Wit (Video)

Diggin’ In The Crates: Twelve Jewelz (Volume 6)

Friday, July 10th, 2015

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Words by Daniel Isenberg (@StanIpcus)

The gems continue this week as we return with Volume 6 of our Twelve Jewelz series. This time around we’ve got a dozen more B-Sides, remixes, unreleased cuts, bonus bangers, and mixtape rarities from the ’90s and early 2000s for you to feast your ears on. Take a break from the new shit and enjoy another trip down memory lane below. And after you stream/read, make sure to click that download link at the bottom of the post to add these Twelve Jewelz to your collection!

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Video: Diamond D ft. Scram Jones – I Ain’t The One To Fuc Wit

Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

Diamond D and Scram Jones polly at Patsy’s in Harlem in the latest visual from The Diam Piece LP, which is out now.

Previously: Diamond D ft. Rapsody, Boog Brown & Stacy Epps – Pump Ya Brakes (Video)

Video Vault: 5 Classic D.I.T.C. Music Videos From 1995

Friday, June 26th, 2015

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Words by Daniel Isenberg (@StanIpcus)

The more time I spend revisiting ‘90s gems for our Twelve Jewelz series, the more I find myself diving as deep as I can into the Diggin’ In The Crates crew catalog. To me, D.I.T.C. is the essence of New York street hip-hop, complete with gritty, boom bap, neck-breaking beats and sample-based jazz/soul sounds, and that witty, no-bullshit Big Apple talk. They’re a special rap collective that deserves to be celebrated more than they normally are, for sure. So as we continue our look back at one of rap’s most monumental years, we invite you take a break from the new shit and enjoy our latest Video Vault featuring 5 Classic D.I.T.C. Music Videos From 1995. Hit the jump to read/watch.

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