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Jim Jones
Hustler’s P.O.M.E.

With his famed Harlem swagger and hustler’s mentality, Jim Jones is a key cog in the Dipset movement. Despite having two solid albums in his oft-overlooked catalog, Capo has never really gotten props as an artist. After Cam’s commercially disappointing Killa Season, Jones steps up with Hustler’s P.O.M.E. (Product of My Environment) and quietly repositions himself as one of the Dip’s most compelling members. Armed with the biggest single of his career in “We Fly High,” Jim puts the spoils of his newfound success on full display. He calls in Lil Wayne and Stack Bundles to spend money like water on ...

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