Jim Jones and Hitmaka have announced the release date and gave fans a peek at the cover art for the upcoming joint album Back In My Prime.

On Tuesday (March 7), Jim Jones took to his Instagram with a post revealing the cover art of his new joint effort with Hitmaka. The cover art for Back In My Prime had Jim Jones and Hitmaka posing in front of Prime 112 restaurant in Miami, Florida.

In the caption, Capo dropped the release date for the project, which happens to be on Friday (March 10).

“March 10th ‘Back in my Prime’ the album fully produced by @hitmaka We got hits @vampliferecords @empire,” Jones captioned the post.

Hitmaka first hinted at the name of the album in December 2021. The multi-platinum producer took to Twitter to announce his and Jones’ forthcoming joint project would be titled Prime 112. The album was previously called Hotter Than Summer.

“Jim Jones & Hitmaka ALBUM ‘Prime 112,’” he wrote in a since-deleted tweet, before revealing the lineup of guest artists who’ll feature on the project. “Feats – Jeremih, Ty [Dolla $ign], Steff London, Benny The Butcher, Conway [The Machine], Trav, Pleasure P, Ball Greezy, Tink, & A FEW MORE HAVE CANT TALK ABOUT.”

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There’s no word on an official tracklist, however Jim and Hit have unleashed a handful of singles over the last few weeks including “I Am” featuring Stefflon Don, “Seen The Money” and “Stay.”

While he’s getting ready to unleash a new album, Jim Jones is also looking at other opportunities outside the music sphere. During a conversation on DJ Self’s Apt. 5H talk show, Capo revealed he’s flirting with the idea of developing a Dipset series that would focus on the Harlem crew’s pre-fame beginnings.

“You got a talk show, I’m about to give you the Dipset 5H TV series,” Jim told DJ Self. “I think I’ma do that ‘cause the shit that went on in 5H before we became the players we were, you n-ggas need to see.”

He added: “We was reckless. Young, dumb and stupid, but we was having a ball.”

This isn’t the first time one of The Diplomats has hinted at making a TV show or documentary on the group. Last May, during the celebration for the 20th anniversary of his Come Home With Me album, Cam’ron spoke about doing a Dipset movie.

However, he revealed he wasn’t exactly bowled over by the deals that were offered to him and his band of brothers by production companies.