Diplomats: Diplomatic Immunity
The catalog for the Harlem set speaks for itself. From “I’m Ready” and “Dipset Anthem” to “I Really Mean It” to “What’s Really Good,” the streets were properly represented when Dipset was in the building.
G-Unit: Beg For Mercy
G-Unit dominated the rap charts with hit singles from their multi-platinum debut, Beg For Mercy. It was definitely a lesson in “Stunt 101” that began a platinum-coated win streak.
Diplomats: Diplomatic Immunity 2
Anchored by the infectious “S.A.N.T.A.N.A., boisterous “Crunk Music” and the introspective “Take ‘Em To Church,” the follow-up album to their debut was a noteworthy success.
G-Unit: T.O.S: Terminate On Sight
Following the ousting of member Young Buck, the Unit’s second second studio album dropped in the summer of 2008, mired in controversy. Despite featuring the street banger “Rider Pt. 2” the album fell way short of expectations.