A video teaser rendition of ‘Swagga Like Us’ features Jim Jones and his Diplomat cohorts Juelz Santana and Freekey Zeeky. Watch the ‘Byrdgang Swagger’ clip via YouTube below.
The Okay Player/Frank 151 Xmas Party at B.B. Kings in New York City was attended by Dame Dash, Q-Tip, Pharoah Monch, 88 Keys, Black Thought and Mr. Met. C – and for a brief time, Jim Jones. Watch Jones getting kicked out of the place and on-stage highlights from the evening below.
Jim Jones was in the studio with DJ Funkmaster Flex on December 16th at Hot 97 in New York City. The rapper talked about how Damon Dash is doing with money – suggesting he might be poor compared to Bill Gates but to the average guy he’s filthy rich.
He also commented on the controversy surrounding former Byrd Gang affiliate Max B, which got him all riled up. Disputing claims he no longer has ties to Max B, Jones explained that he’d “bought his publishing for roughly $90,000, which he cried over the phone to get out of jail for.” Jones continued, “I’ve been lookin, I’ve been hearin. I feel the disrespect. It’s a little past go.” He later told Flex, “You wanna get on something else or do you want to hear me keep assaulting this airhead? This dweeb of a cokehead sniffer… I’ve seen this man piss on himself literally, like pee in his pants like that. He’s a dirtbomb, he doesn’t count.”
Watch the interview below.
‘Jim Jones & Skull Gang Present A Tribute To Bad Santa’, starring Mike Epps, is in stores November 25th via Koch Records. Watch a preview of the package, featuring new music and skits from Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, Freekey Zeekey, Mike Epps and more, below.
Jim Jones is out with the video to his new single ‘Pop Champagne’, the first release off The Diplomats rapper’s fourth studio album ‘Pray for Reign’, out December 9th on Columbia Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
A trailer for the new Jim Jones documentary ‘This Is Jim Jones’ has been posted at The Bronx rapper’s YouTube channel. The clip features comments from Jones, Russell Simmons, Damon Dash, and more. “I’m not really famous, but I bet all the famous people know me,” Jones said. Watch the trailer below.
Shawty Lo is out with the remix video to his hit single ‘Foolish’, featuring DJ Khaled, Baby aka Birdman, Rick Ross, and Jim Jones, a remix not included on his first solo album ‘Units in the City’, but available on iTunes. Watch it below.
Byrd Gang, featuring Jim Jones, Chink Santana, Sandman, Oshy, NOE and Mel Matrix, are out with the video to their new single ‘Splash’, from the group’s new Album ‘M.O.B.- The Album’, available July 1st on Jones’ Byrd Gang imprint on Asylum Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Jim Jones is out with the video to a medley of two of his new songs ‘Love Me No More’ and ‘Byrdgang Money’, off the Harlem, New York rapper’s mixtape ‘Harlem’s American Gangster’, out now on Koch Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Bake Up Boyz are out with the video to their new single ‘Now I Can Do That’, featuring Jim Jones, from the Michigan rap group’s forthcoming album ‘Fresh Out Da Kitchen’, out in the spring on Fharm Music Group/Phase One. Bake Up Boyz feature MC Breed, Dirt, Bub, Loot 75, and Young Jino. Watch it below.