Mixtape Daily previews Jones’ new tape, which drops Tuesday.
By Rob Markman, with reporting by Michael Primo
The O.D.: A Mixtape Daily Exclusive
Jim Jones has quite the street catalog. From his 2002 mixtape Ryder Muzik to his original M.O.B. tape with ByrdGang in 2006 and The Ghost of Rich Porter in 2010, Jim has no shortage of quality underground material.
On Tuesday, Capo plans to follow tradition when he drops F.E.A.S.T.
“I’ve been working on the mixtape called the F.E.A.S.T.; it’s called ‘Family Eatin’ and Stay True,’ ” Jones told Mixtape Daily. “We’ve got a dope group of individuals. Some you’ve seen before, some new faces.”
Jones isn’t stopping with music. For F.E.A.S.T., he plans to drop a number of cinematic music videos. “I picked, like, eight songs, and I’ve strung ‘em along like movies,” he said. “Something good for people to look at. I haven’t seen something like that in a minute. I think it’ll be very interesting.”
Check back with Mixtape Daily on Tuesday to see more on Jim Jones’ F.E.A.S.T., and check out the tape’s track list below!
1. “F.E.A.S.T Prelude”
2. “No Way” (featuring Trav)
3. “Paper Chase” (featuring Trav)
4. “Comin From” (featuring T.W.O and Sen City)
5. “Get Mine” (featuring Sen City)
6. “True Religion” (featuring Ryder and Hynief)
7. “60 Rackz” (featuring T.W.O)
8. “Show Off” (featuring Trav)
9. “Don Juan” (featuring Mel Matrix)
10. “Don’t Judge Me” (featuring Future)
11. “Top of the Year” (featuring Sen City, Mel Matrix, T.W.O, Lady H, Trav, Shoota, Chris Luck and Pure)
12. “Suicide” (featuring Ryder, T.W.O and Sen City)
13. “Forgive” (featuring T.W.O)
14. “Youu” (featuring Sen City)
15. “AirOnes” (featuring Ryder)
16. “Sleep When You’re Dead” (featuring Trav, Mel Matrix and Shoota)
17. “Vamp Life”
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