On Tuesday, it was announced via press release that the Dipset rapper will star in "Vampire Life: The Movie," an upcoming action flick. To pull it all off, Jimmy inked what's being touted as a multimillion dollar deal with the little-known CMG Entertainment, a multimedia company/ record label that was founded in 2010; the group will produce the movie and an accompanying soundtrack.
Filming will begin next month, but die-hard Jones fans are already familiar with his Vampire Life brand. Last year, the Harlem, New York, representative dropped his first Vampire Life mixtape and, in May, he delivered the sequel, which featured the local New York hit "60 Rackz." Jim has also launched a Vampire Life clothing line, even getting into a Twitter tiff with rising rapstress Azealia Banks over the origins of the term "vamp" at the top of August. The back-and-forth resulted in "Succubi," Banks' Jim Jones dis track.
It's been a good week for Jim across the board, however. On Monday, VH1 released the first trailer of the rapper's new reality show, "Chrissy & Mr. Jones." The series premieres on September 24 and is a spin-off of the original "Love & Hip Hop" show, in which both Jim and his wife-to-be Chrissy Lampkin starred. In the brand-new preview, Jim and Chrissy debate over whether or not they're ready for kids: Jomo would like to have a baby, but Chrissy has other plans. "I've decided to freeze my eggs," she says to Jim's mother in the last scene of the preview.