Dipset rapper Jim Jones‘ Capo album is reportedly en route to sell up to 18,000 copies in its first-week on store shelves.
Based on one day estimates, Jones’ latest solo offering will likely push just under 20,000 units.
E1 rapper Jim Jones makes his label debut with Capo, which should do 15-18k, while veteran ’80s Minneapolis R&B group (and Prince contemporaries) Mint Condition, also on the former Koch label, will debut with between 12-15k on their album, 7… (HITS Daily Double)
Jones recently talked to SOHH about why fans should go out and support the new LP.
“This is hustler’s music. That’s my first reason why you should go out and cop my new album. You can hear the hustle in this album and it’s gonna be what you need to get you through your day, no matter what you got going on. That’s the big reason right there.” (Buy My Record)
The Diplomat member also told SOHH he was proud of the album’s guest appearances.
“I’m excited about this album. I’m gonna keep it all the way live. I love all my albums, but this album I’m excited about just because of the fact of how the Sony [Pray IV Reign] album left off and the way the people portrayed it, they don’t know the politics and the business when it comes to doing music and publishing records and all that. It’s a hustler’s state of mind. But, with all the support I’ve been getting on this new album, and the great music I’ve been making and the inspirations that’s been coming by me, the sh*t is crazy. Shout-out to Wyclef, shout-out to Prodigy, shout-out to Lloyd Banks, Game, shout-out to Sean Garrett, shout-out to all the people that have been pulling my favor. I’m not even mad, I’m hyped!” (Buy My Record)
Jones’ last solo album landed on the Top 10 in 2009.
Byrd Gang leader Jim Jones’ Pray IV Reign stormed onto the charts at No. 9. The rapper’s fourth solo project scanned 43,000 discs after its first week. (SOHH Sales Wrap)
Check out some recent Jim Jones footage below: