Jim Jones, Harry Fraud, CurrenSy, and Jay Worthy “Say A Prayer” in latest visual
The collaboration is taken from Jones and Harry Fraud’s ‘The Fraud Department.’
Back in February, Jim Jones and Harry Fraud teamed up for The Fraud Department, an 11-track offering with additional features from Belly, Dave East, Trav, Jay Worthy, Conway The Machine, and more. Since then we’ve seen fire visuals for cuts like the French Montana-assisted “Bada Bing,” which was one of the lead singles from the project.
Fraud and Jones are now back to deliver another visual off the project, this time for the Curren$y and Jay Worthy-assisted “Say A Prayer.” In the opening scene, Jones and Curren$y are pulled over by the police for some odd reason and they proceed to tell their stories through rhymes.
The question is, who’s really leading the march? (Who’s the leader?)/ If they follow the light, then you could lead in the dark (Stay focused), they done lit a match to the fuse, we just needed a spark (Boom)
You can’t sit at the table if you got some greed in your heart (Uh-uh)/ This is not a movie where you could just read for the part (Wrong movie), so many times I’ve been searched and I’Ded by the narcs (I’m clean, officer)
Prior to The Fraud Department, Jones blessed his fans with a deluxe edition of 2019’s El Capo, which altogether made for a whopping 31 tracks with a wealth of assists from the likes of Jadakiss, Benny The Butcher, Cam’ron, Juelz Santana, Fabolous, Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Maino, and late rapper Fred The Godson. Fraud has been busy behind the boards as well, as last year alone saw him team up with Curren$y for three projects — The OutRunners, The Director’s Cut, and Bonus Footage. He also recently connected with Larry June for Keep Going.
Be sure to watch Jim Jones and Harry Fraud’s brand new music video for “Say A Prayer” featuring down below.
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