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Dipset Brings a New Set of Faces in 'American Dream' Mixtape

Dipset! Dipset! Dipset! Oww….

The New York gang returns living the ‘American Dream’ with an almost entirely new group of faces. You have to respect them making a way for other artists to have an impact behind the powerhouse that is Dipset. Jim Jones, Hell Rell and Freekey Zekey make an appearance adding some familiarity, while Dave East surprises us with two drops on the tape as well.

Times do change as they say, take a look at the tracklist below and give a listen to the brand new mixtape ‘American Dream’ – definitely let us know what you think about the new sounds coming from the camp.

Side A
Kiyah White – Intro (B.N.A)
Sen City – I’m So Sorry f. Lil S&S (prod. Triple A)
Hell Rell – Wait On A Nigga
1 Shot Dealz – I Love Me More
Mel Metrix – Push My Gang ft. Sen City
T.W.O & Yung Milly – JuDontKnow
Sen City – PLUG f. Reef Bucks, 4th Ward Bana & 730, HarlemBaby (prod. Black The Beast)
Freekey Zekey – We Hustle f. Lil Wayne, Chad B & Tito Green (prod. Trigga T)
Mirzy & Lavish – G.A.N.G (prod. The Beat Plug)
Nino Man – Pistol Ring f. Styles P (prod. Nicklez)
Kadeem King – Lean On Em
T-Rex – M.V.P. f. Budda Bless & Beastie Wally
The Farrow – I’m On A Wave (prod. DJ Sinatra)
Sen City – Salt Water (prod. Triple A)
Jim Jones – I Know Dat f. Rico Love
Webstar – Out Of My Mind f. Deon (prod. Music Man Ty)
Lee Mazin – She Got It (prod. Hollywood)
Duane Darock – Just Be Good f. Faith Evans (prod. Duane Darock)

SIDE B
Dave East – Gangsta Shit (prod. Boogie Blind)
Philthy Rich – Oakland To Harlem f. Jim Jones & Sen City
Skibo Deebo – Click Click Click f. Sen City (prod. Ceasa Beats)
Trav – Corner Boy f. Jim Jones
Sen City – Don’t Play With Me
Dave East – You Can Tell f. Yung Drugz (prod. DJ Naim)
Big Shot – Got Damn (prod. Musikdae)
Lady H – Wish You Could f. Neek Bucks
OG Muns – Same Nigga (prod. Young Chop)
Ball Greezy – Dope Boy Shit f. Sen City
Strikkly Stakkin – Patrick Ewing (prod. Chedda Bang)
Chinx – How To Get Rich

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