What may have been more surprising than The Diplomats breaking up was likely their reunion. When the crew split, Cam’ron tried, several times, to reconcile. Each time he reached out, Jim Jones refused to hear it. In 2009, Cam’ron made his official comeback and Jim Jones wanted to reunite.
Cam’ron, at this point, was done with the feud and focused on his business ventures. Before the end of 2009, Cam’ron and Jim Jones reunited and Diplomat Records was back. By 2010, the members were completing their obligations to land an exclusive distribution deal.
Diplomat Records, including all the Dipset members, landed with Interscope Records. Irv Gotti later revealed he helped the crew land this deal. For over a year, The Diplomats have been signed to Interscope Records. For over two years, they have been reunited. With all this, fans have remained patiently waiting on their Diplomatic Immunity 3.
Juelz Santana recently discussed this, saying all the individual members are currently working on new solo albums. However, they do not want to rush their group project. They have started working on the new album, but they are not going to force things on the new album.