VH1‘s reality show Love & Hip-Hop is scheduled to begin filming its 3rd season this June. It’s rumored that Yandy, Emily, Kimbella, Erica Mena, Somaya and Olivia have all signed on for the new season. If you watched the reunion, then you already know that Chrissy had some bad choice of words for the show’s executive producer Mona Scott-Young and Yandy Smith (music/talent manager & Jim Jones’ former manager), which might be the reason why Jimmy and Chrissy didn’t sign on for season 3. According to industry blog site MouthToEars.Com, Jimmy and his fiancée Chrissy have got the green lighted byVH1 for five to seven 30 minutes episode of their own reality show.
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Yesterday, Monday (October 31), Harlem’s rapper Jim Jones dropped his new mixtape, entitled Vampire Life. The disc features collaborations with Lady H, Meek Mill, Jadakiss, Maino, 2 Chainz and more. Jones is in the studio working on the Dipset reunion album with Cam’ron, Juelz Santana and Freekey Zekey: “The Diplomats album is a grind in process…I think me and Killa’s Fly Boys album will be out right before the Diplomats album,” says Jim Jones.
This past Friday (September 30), was a night to remember! The Harlem Diplomats (Cam’ron, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana and Freekey Zekey), with special guests Vado and ASAP Rock invaded the city, with a sold-out concert at the Best Buy Theatre in Times Square, for the last show of Red Bull Music Academy’s Five Out Of Five tour of New York City’s five boroughs. The Harlem natives, who performed with a live band, opened-up the show a little after 9pm.
During a recent interview at Invasion Radio with DJ Green Lantern, Jim Jones announced that he is working on a collaborative LP with Cam’ron, titled Fly Boys. “The Diplomats album is a grind in process…I think me and Killa’s Fly Boys album will be out right before the Diplomats album,” says Jim Jones. Watch the video below:
After years of feuding with each other, the Harlem Diplomats ended their feud and got back together. Cam’ron, Jim Jones, Freekey Zekey and Juelz Santana released a song titled “Salute” and it was rumored that the duo was signing to Dr. Dre’s Aftermath label. Since then, fans have been wondering when will the Harlemites release their reunion album. They are still working on putting out a reunion album, as well as working on their solo obligations. Keep reading: