Jim Jones lyrically glides on the beat produced by legendary duo The Heatmakerz and taps onto his Diplomats comrade Cam'ron for support in the new track "Mama I Made It." The song embodies the rapper's long and enduring journey to the fame, success and recognition he's garnered now. The first few bars set the tone with an immediate reference to motherly pride. Most rappers who come out do so with the intention of giving back to the ones they love and as such both Jones and Cam'ron offer fans a new look at the relatable concept.
Last week, Jim Jones teased the arrival of his seventh studio, predominantly led by production from The Heatmakerz, El Capo. He began with the release of THC-friendly track "4/20" featuring Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y. The NY-bred rapper further announced a few days ago that his upcoming project would include collaborations with rappers Rick Ross, Dave East, Fabolous, Maino and many more.
I left her naked told her meet me on the runway
When I'm coming back? I only book the one way
Why you asking questions you the one I chose to come play
Besides, who else can get you Chic-Fil-A on a Sunday