Freekey Zekey - Book Of Ezekiel
Freaky Zekey – Book Of Ezekiel – Album (2007)

Diplomat Records‘ President Freekey Zekey has set the official release date of July 24, 2007 for his debut solo album, Book Of Ezekiel. The album features appearances from The Diplomats crew: Cam’Ron, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, Hell Rell, J.R. Writer and Jha Jha and a collaboration with Cash Money MillionaireLil’ Wayne.
Freekey Zekey’s first single, “Hater What You Lookin’ At”, is a fiery ode to that Harlem flash and finesse that Dipset has built an entire movement around.
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The Diplomats & DukeDaGod - More Than Music - VOL.2
The Diplomats & DukeDaGod – DIPSET – More Than Music – VOL.2 – Compilation (2007)

The Diplomats A&R man DukeDaGod returns with his second More Than Music compilation. More Than Music VOL.2 features an expanded DIPSET roster with 40 Cal., Bezel, A-Mafia, Max B, Mel Matrix, Katt Williams, Tom Gist and Jha Jha representing alongside the crew’s core members. Continue reading

The Diplomats - Dipset Byrdgang - VOL.1 & 2
The Diplomats & Byrdgang – Dipset / Byrdgang VOL.1 & 2
Mixtapes (2003-2004)

Ezekiel Giles (born October 13, 1975), better known by his stage name Freekey Zekey, is an African-American rapper and music executive. He is best known as a founding member of The Diplomats and as Owner/CEO of 730 Dips Records. He is also a member of fellow rapper Jim Jones Byrdgang. Freekey Zekey has made a habit of yelling his name in songs; it is his signature on tracks, whether he is featured or the sole artist. He is the cousin of Dipset leader Cam’Ron. Freekey Zekey was shot on April 25, 2003, but has since recovered. Freekey Zekey spent almoars in jail at Durham Correctional Center in Durham, NC on drug charges before being released on November 20, 2006.
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The Diplomats – Diplomatic Immunity – Album (2003)

Diplomatic Immunity is the debut album by The Diplomats, released on March 25, 2003. After the release of group leader Cam’Ron’s third album, Come Home With Me, the quartet teamed up to release their first collaborative effort. The album features the lead singles “Dipset Anthem, I Really Mean It, Ground Zero”, and “Bout It Bout It…Part III (Featuring Master P)”. Continue reading

 

The Diplomats – Diplomats VOL.1/2/3 – Mixtapes (2002)

When Mixtapes were packed with different tracks from different artists, all given to one “DJ”, Dipset broke new ground and pushed their group on one release and sold it independently. It mixed industry freestyles with the group’s original material, and successfully pushed their new singles to radio. Continue reading