The Dipset family is getting larger by the day, and that expansion couldn’t be more noticeable now that they’re releasing free styling heavy-hitter 40 Cal to the world. If you’ve been following the young Harlem-born rapper on MTV2’s Fight Klub then it shouldn’t surprise you that his new single Dip Dip is packed to the brim with clever punch lines. While Doeboy’s basstastic beat only adds to the lyrical Dipset campaign 40 Cal has set up, Juelz Santana’s mixtape verse doesn’t sound up to par after listening to 40. Other than that, “Dip Dip” is a great start from a promising talent.
Written by Lochy N. on 04/6/07
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