Is it for real? Dipset has teased us with reunion talk (and then denied it) before, but last night, MissInfo revealed an exclusive convo with Cam'ron and Jim Jones claiming that yes, the movement is moving once again. Jimmy apologized, Cam played it cool, and yeah, they're "just talking" again, but but let's be honest—they all need this shit to happen bad. Since the crew went their separate ways around 2006 (and then spent the next few years bickering about each other in the press), it's been a constant career struggle for all of the Dips, and the solution seems obvious. A good old fashioned reunion is one of the new things that can still get fickle rap fans open (as in their wallets), from live shows to reunion albums. Over the years, many groups have attempted to make amends, usually after their options have run out and egos slow down. But reuniting is never as easy as it seems—with so much baggage to deal with, a lot of groups never even make it to the studio. In honor of the journey the Dips are embarking on, we present the complete history of attempted hip-hop reunions...