In an interview with RealTalkNY.net, Styles P confirmed plans for an album with Jim Jones, his current relationship with J-Hood and 50 Cent. After saying some good things about J-Hood, the questioner clarified he wasn’t talking about Jay-Z, prompting Styles to say, “Oh fu** J-Hood. Pardon me, I heard you wrong. Fu** Hood. We ain’t got no relationship, bitch ass ni**a.” As for 50 Cent, “I ain’t got no beef with him. I want him to show me how to get some of that fu**ing money!” The video has since been removed from YouTube.
Pitbull is set to release his fourth album ‘The Boatlift’ on Tuesday (November 27), featuring guests Jim Jones, Lloyd, Trick Daddy, Twista, Trina & production from Lil Jon, Mr. Collipark, Play-N-Skillz and Echo. The Miami rapper is featuring the disc on his MySpace player. Listen to the CD in full at myspace.com/pitbull.
Yung Berg is out with the ‘Sexy Lady’ remix video, featuring Jim Jones and Rich Boy. The track is on the Chicago rapper’s ‘ Almost Famous’ EP, released on Koch. Watch it via YouTube below.
50 Cent’s new single, ‘Amusement Park’, features the same beat Jim Jones used for his mixtape song, ‘Your Majesty’. Chris Styles, who was behind the beat, spoke with Artisan News Service about his loyalty to 50. Watch the report at YouTube.
Contributed by AdamBernard:
I really don’t like focusing on rappers supposedly beefing, but since the Hip-Hop world seems to be abuzz with the idea that two of DipSet’s favorite sons aren’t getting along so swimmingly I would be remiss if I didn’t weigh in on the situation. Over the past handful of years The Diplomats’ Cam’ron and Jim Jones have positioned themselves as two of New York’s most popular rap artists, earning themselves a legion of fans as rabid as an army of dumpster dwelling raccoons. For this reason it seemed odd when the idea that the two were beefing was brought up, and quite frankly I’m not buying it for one second. For the full story, check out adambernard.blogspot.com.
Jim Jones is out with the video to his new single ‘Emotionless’, featuring Juelz Santana, from the album ‘Hustler’s P.O.M.E.’ Watch it via YouTube below.
Jim Jones is out with the ‘We Fly High (Remix)’ video, off his album ‘Hustler’s P.O.M.E.’, released on Bad Boy Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Bow Wow, Busta Rhymes, Young Capone, Chamillionaire, Da Brat, DJ Quik, Flavor Flav of Public Enemy, Grandmaster Flash, Jermaine Dupri, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, Kid Capri, Little X, Ludacris, Papoose, Remy Ma, Swizz Beatz, T.I., Too Short, and Ying Yang Twins were on hand for the BET Hip Hop Awards held at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia on Sunday (November 12). Check out pictures from FilmMagic (arrivals / pressroom), GettyImages, and WireImage.