The new album from UGK hits stores on Tuesday (August 7), featuring 3 discs, 29 tracks, and a 30 minute documentary featuring Jazze Pha, Mike Jones, DJ Kut, Yung Buck, DJ Clue, Sway, Talib Kweli, Pit Bull, Rick Ross, David Banner, Yuong Jeezy, Big Boi, Mannie Fresh, Three 6 Mafia, Lil Wayne and more. Watch a clip from the documentary where hip hop heavyweights tout Bun B and Pimp C as some of the top rappers of all time at YouTube.
‘Conflict Of Interest’ stars Mike Jones and Alex Thomas as ‘$Money $tack$’, who stakes his claim as ‘King Of The Trap$’ with only Mike Jones in his way. Watch episode one via YouTube below.
Mike Jones is out with the video to his new single ‘My 64’, featuring Snoop Dogg and Bun B, sampling ‘Boyz-n-the-Hood’ by Eazy-E. The track is the lead single off his forthcoming album ‘The American Dream’. Watch it via YouTube below.
USDA & Young Jeezy, Mike Jones and Lil Mama visited MTV’s ‘Sucker Free’ on May 16th at MTV Studios in New York City. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
Mike Jones visited ‘106 & Park’ on Friday (May 18) at BET Studios in New York City. Check out pictures from WireImage.
Mike Jones visited Q104.7 FM earlier this month on the Clubhouse Morning Show in Ventura, California. He talked about being back with his own label, the new album and accompanying movie, his massive chains, how many calls he gets on his public line, and more. Watch the interview below.
Rapper Mike Jones talked to ShowBuzz about his new single, his former beef with Chamillionaire, and why he takes his Grandma’s career advice. Watch the interview via CBSNews.com below.
Chamillionaire, Mello, and Lil’ Fate were on hand for the Mike Jones Meet & Greet at Yao’s Skybox Lounge on February 17th in Houston, Texas. Check out pictures from GettyImages.
Juelz Santana, Mike Jones, T.I., and Young Jeezy were on hand for the NBA Players Association Gala on Saturday (February 18) at the Convention Center in Houston, Texas. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
Blender magazine caught up with Bun B for a Q&A and asked the Houston rapper what the best song he’s heard in 2005 was. “‘Still Tippin’ by Mike Jones,” Bun B said. “It kicked the doors open for Houston artists, including me: I’m going to make a whole lot of money thanks to that song.” The rapper also weighed in on Kanye West’s “George Bush doesn’t care about black people” remark. Instead, saying that West should have referred to “lower-class citizens. It’s not about race: you had white people floating in that motherfu**ing sh**, too.”