In addition to the title track featuring Migos, Jim Jones and DJ Drama have paired up for the 25-track We Set The Trends project, which includes contributions from Dave East, Icewear Vezzo, Pressa, Fivio Foreign, Fabolous, Maino, Rah Swish, and more. A video accompanying the new album shows Jones unfurling his trademark opening number, “Intro (Buckmouth),” which reasserts his position as one of the greatest:
Featuring Shula The Don, the video associated with the track “Intro (Buckmouth)” primarily depicts Jones and his closest companions having a night out. Thus, the film features plenty of jewelry shots, smoke shots, and fine dining shots.
The Fraud Department, Harry Fraud’s joint effort with Jim Jones almost a year ago, featured 11 tracks and features from Belly, French Montana, Dave East, Maino, Jay Worthy, Curren$y, Conway the Machine, and more. Over the years, Dipset general has added notable contributions to a number of songs, including Peter Rosenberg “Snake Eyes,” Dave East “Money or Power,” Benny the Butcher “Longevity,” Young Stoner Life and Young Thug “Mack Truck,” Papoose “King Kong,” DJ Kay Slay “Rolling 110 Deep,” Curren$y “The Beach,” and more.