Dee-1 and Jim Jones might be working their way to a peaceful resolution.
Jim Jones called Dee-1 a figment of the Dipset rapper’s imagination after the New Orleans native criticized Jones, Rick Ross and Meek Mill.
New music and a fire stable of artists remind the culture that Jim Jones as one of the best to ever do it.
A recent revelation from Jada Pinkett Smith has Jim Jones asking questions. The “Set If Off” actress is opening up about her past ahead of her candid upcoming memoir Worthy, making some startling admissions in a series of viral interviews. Smith’s revelations have been the talk of social media, with everybody chiming in, including Jim […]
Jim Jones reached out to fellow Harlem native and battle rap legend Ms. Hustle to ask her to join him at Byrdgang.
Y’all want a Dipset and The Lox Verzuz rematch?
It seems that Cam’ron got fooled by an AI diss track that had disrespectful bars aimed at his capo Jim Jones.
Jim Jones said Dipset were “following suit” by engaging in rap beefs, claiming labels used rivalries between artists as a marketing tool.
Rapper-turned-sports talk show host Cam’ron commented on fellow Dipset member Jim Jones’ feud with Pusha T.
Verbal competition keeps Hip-Hop great.
Jim Jones returned with a diss track and accompanying video aimed at Pusha T on Saturday night (June 24), just hours after teasing it online. The Diplomats rapper chose the same beat Clipse used during Pharrell Williams’ Louis Vuitton debut in Paris last week. For more than two minutes, Jones lays into King Push with […]
The vitriol between the two began in April after Jones stated King Push didn’t belong in a Top 50 list of greatest rappers.
Jim Jones previously claimed Pusha T wasn’t a Top 50 rapper, which led to an apparent diss on a new Clipse song.
Jim Jones returned Pusha T’s subliminal shots using the title of King Push’s debut album while seemingly advising him to “Come Again.”
Pusha T seemingly shaded Jim Jones on an unreleased Clipse track premiered at Pharell Williams’ Louis Vuitton debut.
Jim Jones believes the poor air quality in New York is a sign of the impending apocalypse: “We definitely at the end of the Bible.”
Promoting his debut album My Brother’s Keeper that arrived last month, Brooklyn rapper OnPointLikeOP has released a new video titled “Everything A Go”
Rappers Jim Jones and Maino have come a long way, transforming their initial friction into a deep bond, which has led to not only their first joint album, “Lobby Boyz,” but also a completed follow-up, “Lobby Boyz 2.”
The bad blood between Cam’ron and Jim Jones appeared to resurface over comments made by the latter Dipset member.
Jim Jones, Fabolous, Maino and Dave East are taking their passion for fitness to a new level with their rap group fit lit. Read more!