Concerts

Jim Jonsin, Rich Boy and Yelawolf in the Studio

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Jacob Katel
Last night Jim Jonsin, the producer behind T.I.'s "Whatever You Like," Lil Wayne's "Lollipop," Trick Daddy's "Let's Go," and songs by other top artists in the game, was in the studio with Alabama artists Rich Boy and Yelawolf.

You may know certified gold recording artist Rich Boy from his song "Throw Some D's," which hit number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. He and Yelawolf, a skateboarding experimental hip-hop artist that Jim Jonsin described as ready for the big time, worked on a song together. It was engineered by Rob, Jim Jonsin's go-to-guy. Our former clubs listing editor, Jason Handelsman, is writing an article for New Times about Jim Jonsin. Look out for that when it his news stands. Here are some shots from the session.


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