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Download links and information about Capo by Jim Jones. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 49:17 minutes.

Artist: Jim Jones
Release date: 2011
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 13
Duration: 49:17
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (feat. Sen City & Chink Santana) 3:25
2. Deep Blue (feat. Chink Santana) 2:57
3. Carton of Milk (feat. The Game) 4:45
4. The Paper (feat. Chink Santana) 4:24
5. Heart Attack (feat. Sen City) 3:23
6. Everybody Jones (feat. Aaron Lacrate) 4:20
7. Drops Is Out (feat. Raekwon, Mel Matrix & Sen City) 4:00
8. Let Me Fly (feat. Rell) 2:18
9. Getting to the Money (feat. Cam'ron & Lady H) 4:05
10. Take a Bow (feat. Lloyd Banks, Prodigy & Sen City) 4:40
11. Perfect Day (feat. Chink Santana & Logic) 3:12
12. God Bless the Child (feat. Wyclef) 3:47
13. Itza 4:01



Released as his Dipset crew were reuniting with an Interscope deal in tow, Capo finds Jim Jones a bit distracted, but after his ambitious 2009 effort, Pray IV Reign, it’s a relief to have an album that doesn’t feature an off-Broadway production tie-in. Capo is scattered and scrappy, which for Jones is a comfortable landscape where oddball, sprawling, day-in-the-life numbers (“Let Me Fly”) can sit next to stay-on-the-grind tracks (“Deep Blue”), and Black Eyed Peas-parodies (“Perfect Day” ) with no apologies required. Add a poppin’ bottles anthem like “The Paper” with its “We Fly High”-like chorus, and the more casual Diplomats fan is satisfied, and with Cam’ron dropping plenty of strange cheese-and-France references on “Gettin’ to the Money” while Jones does the thugging, the mixtape faithful have a reason to crawl up from the underground. Big surprise is that the Wyclef collaboration actually works, and when you get the right combination of posse members (Chink Santana, Rell) and outside influences (Raekwon, Lloyd Banks, the Game) to fill in the rest, you’ve got a Jones album that falls on the better half of his discography.