Santana and The Diplomats hit the stage at the famed Harlem music hall for a one-night-only show marking the release of their new nine-track album Diplomatic Ties, which dropped on Thanksgiving.
“Dipset is a perfect example of a group that started here in Harlem and made an impact on music that lasted decades.”
“We are committed to celebrating the legacy of Black music and its effect on popular culture,” Kamilah Forbes, Apollo’s executive producer, said in a statement. “Dipset is a perfect example of a group that started here in Harlem and made an impact on music that lasted decades.”
Fellow Dipset member Cam’Ron posted a close-up video on Instagram of the moment Santana proposed to the reality TV star. The clip was captioned: “She said yes! Gangsta s**t!”
The proposal comes ahead of the couple’s return to the Love & Hip Hop: New York franchise.
Some may say that this is a good publicity stunt for the upcoming the season nine premiere of Love & Hip Hop: New York premieres November 27, 2018.