The Diplomats: Diplomatic Immunity, 2×CD
The Diplomats: Diplomatic Immunity, 2×CD
€17.90
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The Diplomats
Diplomatic Immunity

  • 2×CD
  • United States
  • Roc-A-Fella Records
  • (440 063 214-2)
  • 27 Tracks
  • UPC 044006321424
  • EX+ / EX-
  • used
  • cut-out hole in barcode

tracks

1-01

Un Casa

Co Producer
  • E-Bass
Featuring
  • Un Kasa
Producer
  • Brian "All Day" Miller
  • Kanye West
3:38
1-02

Juelz Santana (Interlude)

0:56
1-03

Who I Am

Producer
  • Heatmakerz
4:19
1-04

Ground Zero

Producer
  • Jamahl
  • Spike
5:13
1-05

Real Niggas (Interlude)

Featuring
  • Monique Chandler
1:28
1-06

Real Niggas

Producer
  • DR Period
3:46
1-07

Have You Seen Juelz Santana (Interlude)

Featuring
  • Shaniqua Williams
0:44
1-08

More Than Music

Producer
  • Heatmakerz
4:08
1-09

Beautiful Noise

Co Producer
  • E-Bass
Producer
  • Charlemagne
4:39
1-10

Dipset Anthem

Producer
  • Heatmakerz
4:09
1-11

Hey Ma (Remix)

Producer
  • DR Period
Remix
  • DR Period
  • Mafia Boy
5:17
1-12

Hell Rell (Interlude)

2:13
1-13

This Is What I Do

Featuring
  • Hell Rell
Producer
  • Heatmakerz
4:05
1-14

Gangsta

Producer
  • Ralph Random
5:14
1-15

Hell Rell Freestyle

Featuring
  • Hell Rell
1:46
2-01

I Really Mean It

Producer
  • Just Blaze
4:22
2-02

My Love

Featuring
  • Freeway
Producer
  • Heatmakerz
3:22
2-03

I Love You

Producer
  • Heatmakerz
4:11
2-04

Purple Haze

Producer
  • Heatmakerz
4:37
2-05

The First

Producer
  • HirOshima
4:55
2-06

Juelz Santana The Great

Producer
  • Heatmakerz
4:57
2-07

DJ Enuff Freestyle

Producer
  • Heatmakerz
5:11
2-08

What's Really Good

Co Producer
  • E-Bass
Featuring
  • Dmx
Producer
  • Paperchase Inc
6:02
2-09

I'm Ready

Producer
  • Heatmakerz
4:41
2-10

Bout It Bout It...Part III

Featuring
  • Master P
Producer
  • Craig Lawson
5:20
2-11

Built This City

Producer
  • Just Blaze
6:03
2-12

Let's Go

Featuring
  • Hell Rell
Producer
  • Heatmakerz
2:02

Credits

A R
  • Cameron Giles
  • George Moore
  • Joseph Jones
Art Direction
  • Akisia Grigsby
Management
  • Joseph Jones
Mastered By
  • Tony Dawsey
Mixed By
  • Carlisle Young
  • Eric "IBO" Butler
  • Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton
Photography By
  • Jonathan Mannion
Presenter
  • Cam'ron

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