VIDEO: Jim Jones – Go DJ Feat. Sen City

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Jim Jones is back with a new street inspired music video alongside artist Sen City for the mellow track “Go DJ.”  Watch as Jimmy hits the streets of New York and rides around in something real clean while he heads to the barbershop to roll a blunt and perform to the camera while surrounded by his loyal goons.  ”Go DJ” features Jones sticking to what he knows best as the Harlem bred rapper drops bars focused on the struggles of the block, drugs, his lavish lifestyle, run-in’s with the law and much more.

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VIDEO: Jim Jones Manages To Avoid Jail

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TMZ catches up with rapper and part-time VH1 reality star Jim Jones while leaving court after being taken into custody for allegedly speeding while high.  Remaining hush hush on the details surrounding his arrest, the Dipset artist appeared to be in good spirits and even found the time to make a joke about the Government’s recent shutdown before taking off to enjoy the rest of his evening.  Must be nice.

AUDIO: Estelle – I Don’t Wanna Stay Feat. Jim Jones

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The lovely Estelle drops a new track collaborative track with Jim Jones titled “I Don’t Wanna Stay” which will be featured on her Love & Happiness 2: Waiting To Exhale.  The British songstress shares her frustration with feeling trapped in an unsatisfying and confusing relationship.  Jones takes the perspective of the male love interest and spits some defensive lyrics which attempt to make sense of the troubled situation with its ups and downs.

 

VIDEO: Stalley, Uncle Murda, Mavado, Jim Jones, Fabolous & French Montana At Starfest 2013

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EMETakeover delivers some exclusive footage of Starfest 2013 which took place in New York over the weekend at Yankee Stadium in Staten Island.  Check out the footage below to see Stalley, Uncle Murda, Mavado, Jim Jones, Fabolous and French Montana take the stage and hold down their respective performances.

VIDEO: Cam’ron & Dipset Source Awards Rehearsal Circa 2003

Now I don’t know about you but this takes me back to when I first started recording music with the homies and when I was in high school.  I can remember how the influence of New York music at that time started showing in the styles on campus and just how popular Dipset was.  It was just a big time around those days for Roc-a-Fella in general.  Check out the behind the scenes footage of the whole Dipset crew practicing for their show at the Source Awards and giving a dope rehearsal for the staff and camera crew.

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