Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Despite friction between their crews in the past, Jim Jones has given his props to Prodigy. Following three years in prison, Prodigy is out and ready to record new music. Not only is he working on his own solo album, but he and Havoc are putting together a new album for their Mobb Deep group.
Jim Jones is also in the middle of making major moves. Recently, his crew signed with Interscope Records. For years, they have released music through Koch Records. Jones is preparing to release his upcoming album, Capo, through the label. Following the release, he will also release music through Interscope Records.
Ironically enough, Prodigy was signed to Interscope from 2005 until late 2009. Currently searching for a label, Prodigy is recording music frequently. Jim Jones has been paying attention to Prodigy's new music and he is highly impressed. Jones said he likes the new music from Prodigy and said it is obvious he has kept his weight up over the past three years.