Harlem’s Jim Jones Ft. A$AP Ferg On New Song (audio warning)

jimjones and ferg in harlem1Is Jim Jones making a comeback? The rapper dropped off a surprising collaboration with Rich Homie Quan, Desiigner and ASAP Ferg (that’s two New Yorkers and one ATLien) last week, “Finnesse,” to much fanfare. Today he’s back at it, and it’s another Fergie collaboration on deck. This time it’s strictly for the Harlemites though.

The two Harlem natives team up on the aptly-titled “Harlem,” with production handled by Drumatics (although art indicates “direction” is from Mike WiLL Made It, which makes Mike sound like a conductor, we can just imagine him sitting in the studio with Drumatics and simply pointing at a certain instrument or tool as they created the beat). It’s actually a really dope collab, and finds Jim Jones adjusting to the new wave while still remaining in his element. What do you think of it? It’s available on iTunes.

Listen to the cut here:

What do you think?

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