When infamous rap group The Diplomats are mentioned in conversation, chances are good that Cam’ron, Jim Jones, and/or Juelz Santana will be the first artists to come to mind—the fourth original member, Freeky Zeeky, is less well-known. After being released from prison in ‘06, Zekey dropped his debut album, Book of Ezekiel, later followed by the recently-released collaborative album, ByrdGang - M.O.B. Despite currently being signed to Big Cat Records (best known as Gucci Mane‘s original label), Zeeky still believes Loyalty Is Everything; in fact, that’s what his sophomore album will be titled. At a club party, Zeeky and Jones (along with Lil’ Wayne) spot a pure street gangsta lady. Their wandering eyes ask the simple question: “who the hell is This Girl?” Production is courtesy of KATAPULLT, there is no release date yet for the project.
Written by Burmy on 09/30/08
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