Dipset - Do Something

A week from taking off on their Pledge of Allegiance tour, Harlem collective Dipset has dropped a

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A week from taking off on their Pledge of Allegiance tour, Harlem collective Dipset has dropped a new track titled “Do Something.” Premiered by Funkmaster Flex, who will be touring with the group, the new track is a heavy, aggressive anthem that rings with that old school Dipset sound. The tour, which was slated to hit mainly southeastern cities, is rumored to be considering further dates in more American cities — so keep your eye open for schedule additions. Check out the confirmed dates here and have a listen to the track above.

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