According to Jim Jones, he is confident that there will be a reunion of Dipset since they’ve been in the studio working on music.
A Dipset reunion album has been a topic of conversation for years and despite the promise of a reunion album from the group Jim Jones is confident of a reunion album. He says the wait for a reunion album shouldn’t take much longer.
Jones said when asked about a reunion album:
“Actually, I kinda fucked up yesterday cause Cam told me to come to his house to do some music yesterday, but I hit him like four in the morning on my vampire shit. I think he had to get some rest to get here this morning.”
In regards to Juelz Santana, Capo said:
“Me and Juelz was—I was in the studio with Juelz yesterday actually before I was about to go to the studio with Cam.”
“So, it works. There’s hope. You can check us out. We in tuned. It’s going down. I feel good about it. The wait is not long. Trust me.”
Aside from Jones’ comments this week, Cam’ron serves as one of the most recent Dipset members to discuss a Dipset reunion while speaking with MTV last year.
“When we did Diplomats music it was all genuine.”
“I think that’s why people love it so much, because they seen a group of kids from Harlem that had almost nothing come up to be platinum-selling artists and people rode that wave with us. So, that’s the one thing that we don’t want to do, is make it watered down or it’s not genuine.”
Cam’ron has embarked on his own solo projects over the past few years. His latest project is a line of capes, which he first hinted at at the top of the year and showcased during McNairy’s fashion show this week.
During an interview with Hot 97 personalities Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds. Despite his belief that the Harlem wordsmith is still traumatized, Vado says Cam’ron is still “in a good space.”
When asked about the status of his relationship with Cam, Vado revealed:
“It’s good, man.”
“You know, a lot of people out here thinking it’s something else. I spoke to him on his birthday…Yeah, he’s in a good space. Cam is a great dude. You know what I’m saying? He put me on. I could never come at him no matter what he’ll say. If I got something bad to say about him, I just keep it to myself. He put me on…I guess his situation with Juelz, all the in and outs, the ups and downs. He wasn’t getting too tight with me.”
“Because it’s like, ‘I been through this. I’m not trying to go through that no more.’”
“He’s still kinda traumatized off that. Like he don’t—me and him [will] be tight and then he’ll fall back because he don’t want nothing…I caught the aftermath of him and his team, so a lot of things he was doing differently with me.”