D.I.T.C. - Diggin' Numbers Feat. AG, OC & Fat Joe [New Song]

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A.G., O.C., & Fat Joe of the famed Diggin' in the Crates crew reunite on "Diggin' Number."

The Diggin' in the Crates crew has been lyrically feared for 25 years.

The tragic demise of Big L in 1999 ended the crew's reign of terror on mic, as they disbanded in the year 2000. DITC is still a respected name in the streets of NYC and beyond, especially now that the gang is finally getting back together. With a DITC album slated to drop this spring, they return with a new track called "Diggin' Numbers."

A.G. and Fat Joe hold it down for uptown while O.C. reminisces about his younger days in Brooklyn. Producer J Clyde provides the sort of obscure, soulful sample for which DITC is renowned. Placid trumpet, vibraphone, and guitar combine to make "Diggin' Numbers" a useful pick-me-up track in the aftermath of the Great Blizzard of 2016. 

Quotable Lyrics

I spit visions of dons in prisons
Muslims non-religious
From the Bronx that be conscientious
If not then them hammers go bananas, yo
Yellow diamonds dripping on the thorns of the crown

-Joe

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Diggin' Numbers
D.I.T.C. Feat. AG, OC & Fat Joe

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A.G., O.C., & Fat Joe of the famed Diggin' in the Crates crew reunite on "Diggin' Number."


The Diggin' in the Crates crew has been lyrically feared for 25 years.

The tragic demise of Big L in 1999 ended the crew's reign of terror on mic, as they disbanded in the year 2000. DITC is still a respected name in the streets of NYC and beyond, especially now that the gang is finally getting back together. With a DITC album slated to drop this spring, they return with a new track called "Diggin' Numbers."

A.G. and Fat Joe hold it down for uptown while O.C. reminisces about his younger days in Brooklyn. Producer J Clyde provides the sort of obscure, soulful sample for which DITC is renowned. Placid trumpet, vibraphone, and guitar combine to make "Diggin' Numbers" a useful pick-me-up track in the aftermath of the Great Blizzard of 2016. 

Quotable Lyrics

I spit visions of dons in prisons
Muslims non-religious
From the Bronx that be conscientious
If not then them hammers go bananas, yo
Yellow diamonds dripping on the thorns of the crown

-Joe

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