Cam’ron + A-Trak: Dipsh*ts

Old-school DāM-FЦПK, A Man of Ideas, new Cam'ron, a #PrivateJam from Bradley Zero and more in the music we tweeted this week

In classic Diplomats fashion, the new release from Cam’ron is full of A-grade cameos, gritty street references, a heavy head-bobbing beat and plenty of nostalgia for “old New York.” Channeling the days of “Dispet Anthem” and “Purple Haze,” the self-proclaimed summer anthem “Dipsh*ts”—produced by A-Trak, Oliver and Just Blaze—was destined for radio glory from the day it was cut. To elevate the song visually, director Ricky Saiz—hot off work with Beyoncé and Supreme—captures the genuine feel of Harlem and the Diplomats’ sincere swagger. With Julez Santana on chorus and Dame Dash dropping a couple bars, “Dipsh*ts” is a strong return for the Harlem crew.