Monday, October 8th, 2007 at 4:35 pm
After making moves on Koch Records for the last couple of years, Dipset capo, Jim Jones is making a move to a major label. Jones is now a part of the Columbia Records roster and is planning on dropping his debut or the label in early 2008.
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Jones first single, “They Don’t Love Me Anymore,” will drop in the next couple of weeks with a video. As far as Dipset Crew and Cam’Ron, Jones said nothing has changed.
"We started Dipset to build a brand," Jones said. "And whether we’re at different labels or separated from each other, it’s all the same brand, Dipset. We are brothers and brothers do fight. [Cam'ron is] not on mars — he’s cooling out. I guess he’s recording. This is what he usually does when he’s recording. So this is nothing unusual."