Jim Jones Set to Release New Full Length DVD, “A Day in the Fastlife”
NEW YORK, NY -- Following in the steps of his Top 5 Billboard album, "Harlem: Diary of a Summer," Dipset Capo Jim Jones is set to release a killer new DVD. The new project titled "A Day In The Fastlife" will be released on Diplomat / KOCH Records on Tuesday, June 27th, 2006.
Directed by Jim Jones himself, "A Day in the Fastlife" features exclusive new music, behind-the-scenes footage, plus appearances from Young Jeezy, Busta Rhymes and the whole Dipset family. The DVD offers an amazing sneak peak into Jim's world like you've never seen it before as he takes you through his daily grind as an artist, entrepreneur, executive and C.E.O.
You'll get to see Jimmy on his grind as his tours the country causing chaos wherever he goes and shutting clubs down left and right. You'll also get to see him directing videos in the boardroom and also offering his time on the local high school lecture circuit where he gives back to the community by encouraging kids to stay in school. Dipset for the children.
Other highlights include bowel shaking live performances of "Crunk Muzik," Jimmy threatening to give a bouncer "wedgie" and a brand new song/video called "Don't Forget About Me."
About the new DVD, Jim comments, "People always want to know what it's like to be in the fast life, well this is the opportunity to ride shot gun with the Capo and experience the ups and downs, pros and cons, dos and don'ts of the fast life. So buckle up."
To PREVIEW the DVD now check out: www.CapoStatus.com or http://MySpace.com/JimJones.
Jimmy's currently in the studio working on his 3rd album tentatively titled "Bright Lights, Big City." The album is currently slated for release in the fall of 2006.
Written by DJ Z on 06/17/06
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