He could have made a statement with this album. He didn't. It will no doubt be a hit for those who have supported Dipset for so long, but it won't appeal to many others.
"What has he done?
What has he done to warrant that? Does he have a classic album? No. Is he on
anybody's top 10 list? No. Does he have any hardware on his wall? No."
About a week ago, Jay-Z
said that about the Dipset "capo." With
a new album on the way, Jim Jones
had the opportunity to change all of that. Hustler's
P.O.M.E (Product of My Environment) is Jones'
latest, and offers more of what he's known for. However, does it contain that
extra push to make him a contender?