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Dipset is Back in Cam'ron and A-Trak's "Dipshits" Video

Cam'ron and A-Trak have been teasing a collaborative EP called Federal Reserve since back in January, and while there's still no official release date, the duo just released another cut from the collab called "Dipshits," as well as an accompanying video. It was previously reported that the EP would reunite our favorite cape-wearer with Dipset's Jim Jones and Juelz Santana for the first time in years, and "Dipshits" follows through on that promise. Jim Jones makes an appearance in the sun-speckled video and trounces around Harlem with Cam and Juelz Santana, who handles the hook. With 40s spewing and Diplomats flags waving, the video (which is directed by Ricky Saiz, who also recently handled the clip for "Yonce") is generally pretty celebratory, and why wouldn't it be? The band's back together and Dame Dash, who executive produced the EP, seems pretty excited about it on the outro of the track. You probably should be too.

Dipset is Back in Cam'ron and A-Trak's "Dipshits" Video