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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Book Of Ezekiel on Discogs. Book of Ezekiel, an Album by Freekey Zekey. Released 24 July on Diplomat (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Gangsta Rap. Freekey Zekey:: Book of Ezekiel:: Diplomatic Man/Asylum Records $ million, and no Key Food job, no regular Foot Locker job would.
You were just happy to be on. But we didn't know that Untertainment took half our publishing and Sony got the other half.
We all grew together so the roles, it went from nothing to something. There have been rumors of tension amongst Dipset lately. Nah, honestly, Jim does what he We're always gonna be Dipset, but right now Cam got his thing as does Jim, Juelz and myself. Everybody sees us as a crew, but once you just see somebody getting higher and higher What do you think about Jim's success?
I love it!
I went in [to jail] when we didn't have shit. We was fucked up! I'm in there, I'm watching Killa do his thing, everybody just blew. It's just that Jim is escalating and he's getting to the apex of his success so people is gonna start to look and see. Like we just went out to his house after a video shoot for "Emotionless.
We're always gonna be one, tight knit. Watch when I pop. It might happen where I might wanna shoot something in London and Cam and everybody here and they see the video with just me and my niggas.
Tru Life has had some not so nice things to say about Dipset lately. What are your thoughts on that?
He's some dude trying to make a name for himself. Every time you wanna be somebody or do something with your life, you always at least go for the top. He probably figured, If I touch a nerve with them, everyone will start talking about me.
Honestly, I don't even know the dude. I don't know who he is still.
Like I seen a picture of her, I mean him, and I still don't know the nigga. But anyway, now Jim took over Tru Life. Haters should get a percentage of their royalties.
The Diplomats are ultra-capitalists who represent a very small fraction of the population. In their world anything comes with a price tag and a brand label.
That's why each member needs his own record label, that's why the DipSet umbrella comprises various production companies, management firms, model agencies, clothing, cologne and alcohol brands. Don't understimate these Harlem hustlers. The Diplomats make no secret of the fact that they see themselves as entertainers and entrepreneurs.
As such Freekey Zekey delivers what fans have come to expect from a crew that is increasingly easier to figure out. But is that enough?
As an artist, Freekey blends in with the rest of the Set, but technically he doesn't really have a strong department. He has only so much vocal charisma, so much rhyming stamina, so much lyrical wit, so much flowing ability. Whenever he follows the formula, he is a third-rate Cam'Ron in every respect. For someone who was known as the comic relief guy, Zeke also shows surprisingly little humor. His portrayal of the insecure inmate that a pesky jailmate plays mindgames with in the interludes is great, but beyond that the laughs are limited to "The cars you take care of, I get drunk, crash 'em up.
Considering that the Dips make music for the moment, we should have no problem imagining occasions for which tracks like the breezy "Daddy Back" or the melodic "Like This" would be the perfect background music.
Topically, "Bottom Bitch" driven by acoustic pop guitar riffs while singing the praise of that down-ass chick and "Where the Dutch" the album's smoking section draped in slow funk are theme songs that should easily find a slot in customized playlists.
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