Jay Z is out to get everybody. The Brooklyn rapper/mogul just signed former rival and Harlemite Jim Jones.
Mona Scott-Young was a guest on The Wendy Williams Show, which soon enough sparked controversy. Jim Jones was none too happy with her answer when asked about his departure from Love & Hip Hop, and he basically threatened to bless her husband with the fade.
Jim Jones shaded Cam’ron and maybe Dave East in the latter’s Instagram comments today. However, Killa Cam was playing no games, returning extreme petty fire in kind.
Jim Jones and Chrissy Lampkin sat down with HipHopWired to talk how they’ve navigated through living in the reality television universe. We also found out they neither one of them knows what “Afr0-Cuban” means.
When Drake brought out Cam’Ron and Juelz Santana to the stage in Madison Square Garden for his Summer Sixteen show on Sunday night, many people couldn’t help but wonder “Where’s Jim Jones?” In fact, the Dipset Capo was actually in the audience, so why wasn’t he invited to the stage?
When Gucci Mane claimed to have 30 children, all of whom are rappers, producers and DJs, that wasn’t a diss. Migos, three admitted descendants of Big Guwop, rhyme alongside their OG on a new track titled “Now.”
The relationship between Jim Jones and Max B has been peculiar to say the least. From co-writing Jones’ biggest hit of his career “Ballin’” together to publicly beefing over, well, everything, their link to one another is well documented in the minds of Hip-Hop historians everywhere.
Juicy J & Wiz Khalifa Rude Awakening, Travis Scott ft. Young Thug & Quavo “Pick Up The Phone,” & More | Wired Tracks 6.3.16
Well, today has been exciting for Hip-Hop fans. As if an epic posse cut from Kanye West and a sure-shot summer anthem from DJ Khaled and Drake weren’t enough, the Internets received Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and producer TM88′s TGOD Mafia:Rude Awakening project and a bouncy Travi$ Scott track titled “Pick Up The Phone,” featuring Young Thug and Quavo.
Today’s edition of Wired Tracks is a Harlem thing, as Hip-Hop Wired highlights a pair of newly releases heaters from a few of Uptown Manhattan’s finest rappers.
Surprise, surprise. Royce Da 5’9” is streaming his new album, Layers, guilt-free before it releases on Friday (April 15).
The Dipset isn’t good up North? Jim Jones and Juelz Santana were denied entry into Canada, and the rappers claim because of it they’re now out of a $500K payday.
Jim Jones has enjoyed a fruitful and controversial career since he emerged as a successful solo artist in 2006 and that includes various run-ins with rival rappers.