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Dipset Christmas

Jim JonesAudio CD
2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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listen  1. Dipset X-mas Time [Explicit] 4:01$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  2. Have A Happy Christmas [Explicit] 3:10$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  3. Wish List [Explicit] 4:15$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  4. Ballin' On Xmas [Explicit] 3:36$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  5. If Everyday Was Xmas [Explicit] 4:59$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  6. We Get Money [Explicit] 4:35$0.99  Buy MP3 
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  • Audio CD (December 5, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Koch Records
  • ASIN: B000JRYO3I
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #386,530 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Hot on the heels of his newest album Hustler's P.O.M.E (Product Of My Environment), Dipset Capo Jim Jones has a special Christmas surprise for everyone in the shape of a Christmas album featuring classics redone by him and also some new unreleased material. The Dipset brand has never been hotter and this is sure to be a treat for any hip-hop fan. Jim Jones' popularity is soaring like never before as he develops into a full fledged super-star and 'We Fly High' has consistently been the hottest song on Hot 97. A Dipset Christmas features not only Christmas songs re-done Jimmy style, it also features a killer remix of 'We Fly High' feat. T.I., Diddy, Young Dro, Lil' Kim and Baby.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
After Jim Jones status in rap music sort of jumped up a few points, he drops this Christmas album "A Dip Set Christmas". I agree the idea and concept are good, but the fact that Jim Jones headlines this basically throws it out the window. As two reviewers stated, only the first half of the songs on here have to do with Christmas. And when Jim Jones do Christmas songs, they mostly sound like duds. There are a few decent ones on here like "If Everyday Was XMas", and "A Dip Set X Mas Theme". Thats all I can really say good about this album.

The bad, let me put it to you this way: this is almost "Hustler's P.O.M.E." turned into a halfassed Christmas concept. When you get to the second half, you are back to generic Jim Jones. Some people may claim that the highlight of the album is "We Fly High (Remix)" featuring T.I., Baby, Young Dro, and Diddy. But fact is that I found not one verse stood out, not even Dro's (who I believe is real funny). Then there is Jim Jones' good friend Max B. on the pointless solo song "Letter To The Game" which is not rememerable.

If you are looking to a sequel to "Hustler's P.O.M.E.", well you have one. Dip Set fans and 15 year old kids from up north will love this here. I basically can't find myself being a die hard fan of anything Dip Set related material. I personally believe that this album was the fact to see how many people would by anything that the group puts out, and how much money that Jim can collect, which really isn't a bad idea. Unless you're a die hard fan of Jim Jones, this you should avoid. Just to let you know, I basically received this album for free from a local record shop in downtown Atlanta a little bit after Christmas, incase some one is wondering why I don't like Dip Set so much but continuing to have their albums.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Decent concept, poor execution. January 17, 2007
By Pablo
Format:Audio CD
Jim Jones has recently taken the helm of DipSet, and put himself in the media spotlight, which was completely unexpected, considering the fact that Cam'ron and Juelz Santana are, or at the very least, were, two moderately popular commercial emcees. Cam'ron's hardly even involved in Jimmy's products though, and it appears that Jim Jones has virtually stolen the entire Jay-Z beef from him since the release of Hustler's P.O.M.E.; Juelz Santana, on the other hand, plays second fiddle to Jones, just as he has to Cam'ron for years. The funny thing about Jim Jones being the most visible member of DipSet at the moment is, simply, Jim Jones is not a rapper; something he's profusely admitted in the past. In fact, Jones has basically turned himself into the East Coast counterpart of Young Jeezy; whether you're a fan of the Snowman or not determines how you interpret that statement.

The first five tracks, all Christmas based, are actually decent tracks from Capo Status. If Everyday Was X-Mas is my personal favorite of the five, as the best is infectious, and Rell provides a soulful chorus. The rest only moderately succeed because of the Christmas theme, and Jones' quirky charm, but the first half would be much better if it wasn't weighed down by lackeys, who're are, presumably new Dipset recruits. It would've been much more effective had Jim used established DipSet acts such as the aforementioned Cam and Juelz, or even Hell Rell and J.R. Writer, but Jones chose no-names like Stack Bundles and Mel Matrix for whatever reason.

The second half of the album contains songs that have absolutely nothing to do with Christmas; the first of these five, We Get Money, is actually quite decent; it'd have been a standout on Hustler's P.O.M.E., but on this concept album, it just doesn't fit.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A great idea... January 1, 2007
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Christmas albums have historically been a staple of the music industry for generations, and this has been true for every genre except hip hop (the only notable exceptions coming to mind being "Christmas in Hollis" and "Christmas on Death Row"). Fresh off commercial success on his recent album "Hustler's P.O.M.E." and his east coast anthem "We Fly High," along with countless popular albums released over the past year by his DipSet associates, Jim Jones releases a very intriguing idea in his creative "A DipSet X-Mas" album in 2006. A Christmas rap album is a great idea, especially by a group of artists so popular right now, and this is a great album on paper. Unfortunately, despite its good ideas, this album is lacking in a few areas, mostly due to the fact that only half of the album is actually a Christmas album. I got a total kick out of the first five tracks, and these were songs that I happily played on repeat all through the holiday season. The best is the opener, "Dipset X-Mas Time," which is loosely based on Paul McCartney's "Wonderful Christmastime." The production uses sleigh bells and has a great hook and spreads holiday cheer like the best contemporary Christmas songs do. "Have a Happy Christmas" sounds as you'd expect a well-executed Dipset Christmas song would, holiday cheerful gangstas spitting over a tough beat. "Wish List" is interesting, Jim talks about how poor people find a need to commit crimes in order to provide for their family during the holiday and is another fun song. "Ballin on X-Mas" is an entertaining cover of Run-DMC's Christmas standard "Christmas in Hollis," with Jim's signature flavor. "If Every Day Was X-Mas" is another well executed Christmas rap song. Read more ›
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