“Amusement Park” Producer, Chris Styles, Denies Selling Beat To Jim Jones
Producer Chris Styles, who has crafted beats for G-Unit, Ma$e and Fabolous, has issued a statement denying rumors that he sold a beat to both 50 Cent and Jim Jones. When 50 recently released his single, “Amusement Park,” astute listeners immediately recognized the song’s beat from a Jim Jones song called “Majesty” that appeared on his 7 Day Theory mixtape with DJ Drama. Rumors suddenly began to circulate that the producer and his company, Dangerous LLC, had shopped the track to both artists. Styles has now stepped forward to deny the allegation. “The beat was done for 50. I never sold the track to anyone. This only reveals just how much heat Dangerous LLC is bringing to the industry. We create the type of tracks that artists with completely different styles can vibe to.” While it remains unclear how Jimmy got his hands on the beat, Styles denies any involvement. “I appreciate 50, , he’s the big homey and he’s like a mentor and a big brother to me. He was the first one to give my joints an ear and bring it to the people. We make a great team. This is my sixth release with 50 and G-Unit Records not including mixtape and video game tracks. We have a history of creating hits together. I look forward to people hearing the hot joints we have coming for the next album.” In addition to his work on the Curtis LP, Styles is currently working on music with LL Cool J, Swizz Beatz and Uncle Murda.