New York rapper Jim Jones is stepping up his grind and letting people know it’s way deeper than rap. This week, Capo went online to reveal what new hustles he’s investing his time, effort and money into outside of the music biz.
Jones x Clean
Jim Jones went to Instagram to show one of his biggest COVID-19-inspired new grinds. Jimmy revealed a Diplomats hand sanitizer product he’s throwing a price tag onto to help people stay safe and clean.
“I’m into commerce” -Jim Jones’ Instagram
Jones is also still committed to the music grind. The rap heavyweight relied on his Instagram page to promote his Quarantine Studios for allowing him to sell virtual studio sessions.
“QuarantineStudios U should also ask about our new feature #TheLiveVirtualrecordingstudio where u can actually come to th studio wit me while I record ur feature from th comforts of ur home or ur phone 📱 Any inquiries dm me or @730morework please include ur contact in ur dm” -Jim Jones’ Instagram
Wait, There’s More
On Friday, the Harlem native took time to plug his own CBD company, Saucey Farms and Extracts.
“Like I was saying I’m into commerce #sauceySauce @sauceyextract @caposmoke @alextodd” -Jim Jones’ Instagram
Before You Go
Jimmy isn’t the only Diplomat hustling outside of the music biz in 2020. Jones’ longtime friend and Dipset boss Cam’ron is currently staying busy legally selling cannabis.
“Yea I sell 💨💨💨legally, @thebosslrsm 🤞🏾 #FleeFarms” -Cam’ron’s Instagram