Diplomat Hell Rell offers up a hopeful neighborhood favorite with the Dame Grease produced single, Streets Gon’ Love Me. Straight from his new Diplomat/Koch Records release, For The Hell of It, the South Bronx native describes intimate tails of standing up for his block and not receiving the same support in return; regardless, he portrays a camaraderie that exists beyond his own doing and the result is a song which stands nicely on its own two feet. The streets have always supported the Dipset movement and there’s no reason for that to end now.
Written by DJ Z on 06/7/07
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