"I know you missed this/ It's still Dipset, you dipsh--s," Juelz Santana raps on the chorus of "Dipsh--s."
The video for the track proves that he's not lying, either. We did miss it, and it is still Dipset. The whole record feels like a bit of a trip down memory lane -- without being dated in the least.
The song is part of Cam'ron and A-Trak's upcoming Federal Reserve EP. In addition to Cam and A-Trak, the video features Dips members Jim Jones, Juelz and Freekey Zekey, as well as Dame Dash (who provides some classic sh-- talk at the end) and Just Blaze (who co-produced the song).
The visuals, directed by Ricky Saiz, are a showcase of Harlem, complete with shots of kids playing basketball, the Dips kicking it in the project stairwell, a 128th Street and Lenox Avenue street sign, and plenty more. Also, Killa rocks fur.
The EP should drop later this year.