The rapper revealed to Billboard.com that he is preparing to release two records this year which are his new studio LP and his rap group's.
Jim Jones is set to launch two new projects this year, which are a studio album and also his new group's debut LP. Jim revealed the news to Billboard.com confirming that his yet-to-be-titled record will arrive sometime in September via Columbia Records and his rap group Byrd Gang are set to be introduced by releasing a record titled "M.O.B" on July 1.
Speaking about his upcoming fourth studio record, Jim reportedly has already started the work on it and has tapped renown producers, such as Rick Rubin, Chink Santana, Ron Brownz and many more. On the album the rapper has also confirmed that his group mate on Diplomats, Cam'ron won't be appearing saying, "No, there won't be any Cam, which is a shame. But you know, we've got to keep it moving."
Meanwhile, speaking about his rap group which consists the likes of Mel Matrix, NOE, Freekey Zekey, Sandman, Oshy and Chink, Jim stated that he will give six bonus tracks to fans who buy the group's new LP via iTunes. He also added that the rap group will also spawn the second single from "M.O.B" soon.
The new track that Byrd will release along with its video is "Byrd Gang Money", which is set to be dropped at the same time as Jim's first single "Mr. Good Stuff". Confirming the news the rapper said to Billboard, "There's a record called 'Byrd Gang Money' that I never serviced but it's playing in clubs up and down the East Coast. I'm going to shoot that video along with the 'Mr. Good Stuff' video, which is the first single off my Columbia album, and release them together."