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Jim Jones and Harry Fraud bring forth new ‘The Fraud Department’ album

The Dipset general links with Harry Fraud for some new waves.

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For many years, Harry Fraud has been one of Hip Hop’s slept on gems when it comes to producers. Not to. mention, there’s not many artists that are even worthy enough to even touch his beats but the ones that are, it’s delivered in the most thorough way possible. Having worked with collaborators Curren$y, French Montana, Action Bronson, Larry June, Smoke DZA and more, Harry Fraud has built a name for himself and his Surf School brand/label — the right way. Today he joined forces with Jim Jones for the release some new waves in the form of an album titled The Fraud Department.

Without a doubt, Jim Jones is one of the hardest working veterans in the game today. While single handedly carrying Dipset on his back over recent times, it seems as though Capo has gotten better in the booth over time. Things like this can happen when you’re locked in with a dynamic producer of Harry Fraud’s stature. Their chemistry in the studio is undeniable and the Fraud Files shows accurate proof of this assertion.

The Fraud Department serves as Jim Jones’ third consecutive project since 2019 since the release of his El Capo album produced by the Heatmakerz and he hasn’t missed yet. To kick off the album’s promo run, Jones and the wave maker himself dropped off a riveting single titled “Lose Lose” and to be honest, they couldn’t have picked a better record to lead with.

In recent news, Jim Jones pulled up to the Joe Budden Podcast where he discussed wanting to fight Lil Wayne over the record “Make It Rain” he did with Fat Joe back in 2006: “I wanted to fuck Weezy up over that record, man. But Weezy’s my brother, you know I love him to death. But Weezy did some wocky shit when it came to that record — Remember he had a record with Fat Joe called ‘Make It Rain On ‘Em’? That was our hook. Now go listen to that record, and then pull up ‘Weather Man.’”

Press play on the The Fraud Department below.

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