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Whether you love or hate his somewhat sloppy rapping style, Jim Jones stayed on his grind following the release of his modestly successful 2009 effort, Pray IV Reign. The album, which was his fourth, mostly peaked thanks to ubiquitous lead single “Pop Champagne.” But following that release, Jones showed signs of life (and talent) when working on the Blakroc album with the Black Keys, Mos Def, Pharoahe Monch, and others. The Harlem rapper then dropped The Ghost of Rich Porter mixtape months later in the spring of 2010 before announcing his old crew, Dipset, would be reuniting. It between all of that, he found time to work on his fifth proper album, Capo, which boasts a guest appearance from Snopp Dogg and a Dipset sighting on over-the-top lead single “Salute.”

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