The video, directed by Jason Goldwatch, shows the world inside the drug business, right from the packaging to the delivery.
Jim Jones moved on from his assault charge and begins the promotional effort of his fifth studio album, "Capo". The first music video from the album is made for the single "Blow Your Smoke". A director's cut version, the video is helmed by Jason Goldwatch and dedicated from Harlem to "you all".
"Capo" is due to be released in the U.S. February next year. Trey Songz, Raekwon and Snoop Dogg are among the guests in the album which title is also Jones' pseudonym when directing videos for other artists. Words are, there will be a Dipset reunion in a track called "Salute".
Jones is also the featured guest in Kanye West's holiday track "Christmas in Harlem" despite his past feud with the rapper. Addressing the odd collaboration, Jones told MTV's Rap Fix, "I couldn't tell you what that was about but I know Cam and Don C [Kanye's manager] like best friends. We've actually known Kanye and them for over 10 years from some of our earlier shows when we first got into the music industry so we have a great rapport with them more than anything else."
Jim Jones' "Blow Your Smoke" music video