Watch Dipset’s Jim Jones Perform An Extremely Awkward Set at Death By Audio


Three weeks ago, Dipset capo Jim Jones pulled up at Williamsburg’s Death By Audio at around 1:15 a.m. on a Friday night, unfolded his lanky frame out of the passenger seat, strolled through a crowd of befuddled punk rockers, and took the stage with Philly art-rockers Snakes Say Hisss. It made no sense. At the time, all we came away with from Jimmy’s surprise performance was a suite of hilarious photographs and a blurry video of Jones rapping “Salute.” Now, Damon Dash’s Creative Control team have produced a more loving, black and white portrait of the evening. It is equally ridiculous. Behold: made-up gang signs, hipsters making out, a man identified as “David Chang,” though we don’t think he is, Dame Dash looking bemused, Jones signing an autograph for a girl who looks a lot like Charlene Yi, and maybe the worst version of “Love Me No More” you’ve ever heard in your life, below.

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