The Diplomats Live in Luxury as They Cruise Harlem in 'Sauce Boyz' Video: Watch

The Diplomats, "Sauce Boyz"
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The Diplomats, "Sauce Boyz"

The Diplomats are gearing up to release their first album in over 14 years later this month, and the Harlem crew raised anticipation for the effort on Wednesday (Nov. 7) with the Heatmakerz-produced "Sauce Boyz" single. A luxurious visual, which saw appearances from Jim Jones, Cam'Ron, Freekey Zekey, and Juelz Santana, accompanied the track.

The lavish clip finds Dipset draped in dapper threads, but they also make sure to properly pay homage to the Harlem streets that groomed them by riding throughout the rugged NYC borough. Let the flick serve as a competitive reminder to the new generation that The Diplomats are still a major player on the rap scene. 

"I was watching all these rappers rocking fanny packs/ I was asking myself, what kind of man is that?/ And that's a shot motherfucker, can you handle that?/ Megaphone call it how you parking where it's handicapped/ And all these questions they be asking me and Cam are back/ It's Diplomats for life motherfucker and I stand on that," Capo confidently raps. 

Diplomatic Ties is slated to release on Thanksgiving (Nov. 22). Jones previously stated in an interview with The Cruz Show last month (Oct. 26) that the effort will feature about eight tracks, and that a documentary is in the pipeline as well. In wake of the project's release, Dipset will reunite on stage at the famed Apollo Theater for a celebratory performance on Nov. 23. 

Watch the "Sauce Boyz" video below. 


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