New York, NY – Jim Jones has announced a new venture to put his years of experience in the music industry to good use. The Dipset member is becoming a consultant for up-and-coming artists who are serious about their careers and have a budget in place.

“I’m now startin my own consultant firm stay tuned for more details … this is wht I really love to do help others n make it count,” he wrote via Instagram.

Jones recapped some of the free game he’s given out over the years while listing his credentials. He pointed out that he helped numerous artists take their careers to the next level (such as Max B) and worked as an executive at labels in addition to doing some consulting.

He added, “All th barriers I broke by takin a risk, all th obstacles I’ve overcame in my years of being here and able to still b relevant, how to keep th money after u make it … just a few of th many traits I’ve gained though out my career.”

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Wit all th knowledge I’ve acquired over th years of being successful in this industry wit all th artist I helped put in positions to make they dreams come true as far as being a rapper n makin more money thn they thought they ever would All th labels I’ve helped consulted or even work as an executive at All th free game I gave to artist/execs/producers who wanted to b in this game All th barriers I broke by takin a risk where there no risk there is no reward All th obstacles I’ve overcame in my years of being here and able to still b relevant How to keep th money after u make it just a few of th many traits I’ve gained though out my career I’m now startin my own consultant firm stay tuned for more details This is wht I really love to do help others n make it count

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Jones has had success beyond the music industry too. He’s had numerous other ventures, such as launching the clothing brand Vampire Life with Dame Dash.

He’s also dabbled in reality television with a role and creative hand in VH1’s popular Love & Hip Hop franchise. His participation led to its spin-off Chrissy & Mr. Jones.