Jim Jones has been a staple in the hip hop community for many years now. From his early days with legendary rap group Dipset to embarking on his own solo career, Capo has delivered effortlessly. For quite some time, Jim Jones was overlooked as a rapper, primarily when Dipset was in their hayday. However, through recent times, Jimmy has proved all naysayers wrong as he has only gotten better with time musically. Part of Jim Jones’ recent success as a lyricist has been linking up with top-tier producers for joint albums. Today (Jan. 14th), the Harlem OG connects with mixtape king DJ Drama for their We Set The Trends mixtape.
Jim jones really been rapping lately
— Ron Burgundy (@K3ron_) December 12, 2021
Recently, Jim Jones and Freddie Gibbs had an alleged physical altercation in Miami at Prime 112 restaurant. According to Vlad TV, Jimmy initiated a conversation, addressing some of the negative comments Gibbs has made in the past. One of Jim Jones’ entourage was then said to have punched Freddie Gibbs before the rapper began throwing blows himself. Freddie’s bodyguard also allegedly took some kicks and blows to the face during the madness. The same night, Jim Jones was seen in the studio with Hitmaka putting some finishing touches on their Prime 112 album. All the while, Freddie Gibbs seemed unscathed and unbothered in a video upload the morning after. Neither party has commented on the rumors since.
We Set The Trends is the 18th mixtape for Jim Jones and he did the right thing tapping DJ Drama for the assist. Their chemistry through the tape is flawless for sure. Hopefully we will sure to hear more from them in the future. The two also have previous history with their The Seven Day Theory mixtape back in 2006. Tap in to their latest offering now!
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