Jim Jones recently released his We Own The Night PT 2: Memoirs Of A Hustler EP and has been on a press run to promote it.

Recently sitting down with New York’s Power 105.1The Breakfast Club the Harlem native talked about his latest project release and other topics. Interestingly, the former Dipset member says he was banned from many New York establishments during his run of major success claiming he was “a bit of a bad boy.” He also mentioned that Dr. Dre had produced four different songs for Dipset in 2010 but it would be material the group would never obtain since the studio session.

“I ain’t never seen that man again and he took the records,” Jim Jones claimed. “We did like four records. Dr. Dre has four Diplomat records right now on Dre beats. In one night, he came in there, went to the studio and was like ‘I got the same studio, let’s rock.’ He put his little plug in in and we did four incredible records.”

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Also during the interview, Jim Jones refuted claims that Koch Records gave him a position at the company solely because they were unable to pay him for the success of “We Fly High” and talked about Dame Dash and his relationship with other members of The Diplomats. 

Watch the full Breakfast Club interview below:

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