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The release of Diplomats’ new Diplomatic Ties LP will also be accompanied by the debut of a new Dipset documentary, which is scheduled to arrive the following week. The Diplomats have been teasing a new project since last November, and have been touring in recent months; Jim Jones previously teased an unconfirmed tracklist, which featured a sole outside contribution from Belly. Towards the end of last year, The Diplomats came together for the Once Upon a Time video.
This is the album’s central flaw. Stone is clearly reaching for an emotional connection, but he remains oddly disengaged from the complexities of real life. Instead, the album smothers you in the kind of thin characterization of commercial middlebrow dramas. The hummingbird flutters of Woo Lae Oak or the jaunty ripples of Sonali gesture toward meaning without allowing even a hint of darkness or ambiguity. In Stone’s hands, all sounds get along.
Family Ties is the second solo studio album by American rapper Daddy X. It was released on January 31, 2006 via Suburban Noize Records. The twenty-one-track record featured guest appearances from Dirtball, Dogboy, Big B, Judge D, and Corporate Avenger. Brad Xavier - main artist, producer, executive producer. Fabrice Henssens - photography. Kevin Zinger - executive producer. Mike Kumagai - producer, recording, mixing. Patrick "P-Nice" Shevelin - producer, recording, mixing.