Jim Jones new single is entitled Love Me No More, however, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Koch and Columbia love Jones so much, they inked him to a 50/50 deal that is worth a few Benjamin’s. The single is the first release off Jones’ interestingly titled new project, Harlem’s American Gangster. Apparently, the Harlem native is appalled at rival Jay-Z’s decision to release an album modeled after life in Harlem, New York. (Hova is a native of Brooklyn, New York.) While Jones’ stated last week that “Cam’ron isn’t on Mars,” he also revealed that a corresponding video for Love Me No More will hit the airwaves in about a month. Harlem’s American Gangster is set to drop next year.
Written by DJ Z on 10/31/07
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