Dipset's Hell Rell Gears Up For Sophomore Set

Dipset member Hell Rell is ready to re-up and once again hit the streets with his new album, Black Mask & Gloves. The album, which is set to hit shelves on May 27, will be the follow up to the Harlem rapper's 2007 freshman effort, For The Hell Of It, which featured guest appearances from Young Dro and Styles P.

The Diplomat emcee chose to go with a different label for his latest disc, as Black Mask & Gloves will be released on Babygrande Records as opposed to Koch, who released For The Hell Of It.

While Rell may be moving forward in his career, his crew is seemingly in a state of disarray. Fellow Dipset member 40 Cal recently released the song "Dipset Is Ova" which is seeming to confirm rumors of the Harlem crew's break-up.

Dipset member Bezel, who's featured on the track, gives his two cents on the matter - choosing to shout out Juelz Santana's crew Skull Gang instead of the Diplomats.

"It would be nice if n*ggas would get back together but everybody gotta be their own man at the end of the day," Bezel said at the end of the song. "So with that said, I really don't know what else to say except Skull Gang b*tch!"

Black Mask & Gloves is scheduled to hit stores on May 27.