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Harlem-based crew the Diplomats, aka Dipset, gained a reputation for inundating the New York mixtape circuit with their CDs, and they have been fairly successful at it, too. Some of that credit goes toward Diplomats Records president Ezekiel Jiles, better known as Freekey Zekey. Despite his executive status, Zekey performed with his crew as an energetic hype man and was also responsible for the ridiculous skits on Dipset mixtapes and lead member Cam'ron's albums. Before coming into his own as a solo artist, he endured hard times and run-ins with the law. His close friend and bodyguard was shot and killed next to him in 2003. Police first suspected Zekey of the crime, but not long after he was vindicated, Zekey was convicted on older charges of operating an ecstasy ring. While in prison for over two years in Durham, NC, he still kept up to date on the thriving business of his Diplomats family, and he also began writing complete verses. Thus, within only a few weeks of his release in November 2006, the same month that Dipset rapper Jim Jones started ruling the independent album chart with Hustler's P.O.M.E., he signed a multi-million dollar contract with Asylum Records for his first solo album. That album, Book of Ezekial, was then released the summer of the following year. ~ Cyril Cordor
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Top Tracks

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  2.   Killem Killem
  3.   My Soul
  4.   My Slide featuring Jet Lag Ash
  5.   Slow Kill featuring F. Sen
  6.   Duke Da God Speaks (Skit)
  7.   N*gga Like Me by Tito Green
  8.   Fast Lane featuring Sen
  9.   In the Hood
  10.   Fly Fitted
  11.   On The First Day
  12.   Intro
  13.   Boneless Chicken featuring F. Sen
  14.   Skit 1
  15.   Streets
  16.   Like This
  17.   Freekey Intro
  18.   Daddy Back featuring Cam'ron
  19.   25 featuring F. Sen
  20.   Money featuring F. Sen
  21.   Crunk'd Up
  22.   B Wit out Bass featuring Jha Jha
  23.   Shoot 'em Up
  24.   I Just Don't Give A Fuck
  25.   Gimme Some Lovin'
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