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"We Fly High" Single by Jim Jones from the album Hustler's P.O.M.E. (Product of My Environment) A-side Reppin' Time B-side We Fly High Released October 21, 2006 Format Digital download, CD Single Genre Hip hop Length 3:56 Label Koch/Diplomat Writer(s) Joseph Jones, Charly Wingate Producer Zukhan-Bey Certification Platinum (RIAA) Jim Jones singles chronology "I Love You" (2006) "We Fly High" (2006) "We Fly High (Remix)" (2006) Audio sample file info · help "We Fly High" is the lead single from Jim Jones' third album, Hustler's P.O.M.E. (Product of My Environment). This is Jim Jones biggest single to date charting at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. It is the only single from Jim Jones ever to not have any featured guests. It was produced by Zukhan-Bey who produced his other single, "Baby Girl". The intro of the song uses a sample of "Mr. Cool" by Rasputin's Stash. Contents 1 Music video 2 Chart positions 3 Remix 3.1 Remix Music video 4 Confrontation with Jay-Z 5 Popularity 6 References Music video The music video was directed by Dale Resteghini (aka RAGE) and Jim Jones (aka CAPO). Cam'ron, Juelz Santana, Max B and Stack Bundles make cameo appearances. Parts of the music video were filmed in front of a green screen. The second half of the video switches to "Reppin' Time" which was originally the A-side of the CD single (and "We Fly High" was the B-side). Chart positions Chart (2006–2007) Peak position U.S. Billboard Hot 100 5 U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 4 U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks 1 U.S. Billboard Pop 100 11 Remix "We Fly High (Remix)" Single by Jim Jones featuring T.I., Diddy, Birdman & Young Dro from the album A Dipset X-Mas Released December 2006 Format Remix, Digital download Genre Hip hop Length 4:26 ("A Dipset X-Mas" Version) 4:35 (Main Version) 4:49 (Video Version) Label Koch/Diplomat Writer(s) Joseph Jones, Charly Wingate, Clifford Harris, Jr., Sean Combs, Bryan Williams, D'Juan Hart Producer Zukhan-Bey Jim Jones singles chronology "We Fly High" (2006) "We Fly High (Remix)" (2006) "Emotionless" (2007) T.I. singles chronology "Top Back (Remix)" (2006) "We Fly High (Remix)" (2006) "I'm a Flirt (Remix)" (2007) Diddy singles chronology "Tell Me" (2006) "We Fly High (Remix)" (2006) "Last Night" (2007) Birdman singles chronology "Leather So Soft" (2006) "We Fly High (Remix)" (2006) "Make It Rain (Remix)" (2007) Young Dro singles chronology "Top Back (Remix)" (2006) "We Fly High (Remix)" (2006) "Tell 'em What They Wanna Hear" (2006) The official remix of the song features T.I., Diddy, Birdman and Young Dro. It is featured on Jim Jones' compilation album A Dipset X-Mas as the lead single. The album & digital download versions of the remix features an additional verse by Jermaine Dupri after Diddy's verse. The video version has Juelz Santana's verse from the Beef Mix after T.I.'s verse & the chorus. Other Versions "We Fly High" (NY Giants Remix) "Brooklyn High" (Jim Jones Diss) (Jay-Z) "We Fly High" (Beef Mix) (featuring Juelz Santana & Jim Jones) "We Fly High" (Reggaeton Remix) (featuring Tego Calderón & Don Omar) "We Fly High" (New Orleans) (Lil Wayne Remix) (Lil Wayne & Mack Maine) "We Fly High" (Cassidy Remix) Cassidy Remix Music video A video was made for the remix, just like the original it was directed by Dale Restighini (aka RAGE) and Jim Jones (aka CAPO). It premiered on December 1 on Access Granted on BET. The video contains an extra verse from Juelz Santana that was recorded for the Beef Mix. The music video has cameos from Lil Wayne, DJ Drama, J.R. Writer, & Trae. In the video, at the end while Jones is talking, he waves his hand in front of his face, in the style of Tony Yayo. Also, in some parts of the video, Jones, Birdman, Lil Wayne and Juelz Santana appear with a red bandanna hanging from their right pocket, probably referencing to the Bloods gang. Confrontation with Jay-Z Soon after "We Fly High" was released, Jay-Z recorded a diss aimed at Jim Jones, entitled "Brooklyn High", over the same beat. The chorus contains the vocals of Jones and others, but the phrase "BALLIN'!" was replaced by Jay-Z yelling "Brooklyn!". The song is thought to be disrespectful of both Jones and Cam'ron, another Dipset hip hop artist. Jim Jones has released a retaliation to Jay-Z's song "Brooklyn High" also on the "We Fly High" beat. Less than a day after Jay-Z's retaliative record came out, Jim Jones and Juelz Santana released a remix called "We Fly High (Beef Mix)" getting back at Jay-Z. Popularity The song's popularity began throughout the US in October 2006 when the New York Giants' Michael Strahan and fellow team-mates began taking "jump shots" to celebrate sacks against the Washington Redskins.[1] Because of this incident, the NFL issued a "clarification" two weeks after the Giants/Redskins game[2] to remind the Giants that if their celebrations included two or more players, that they would be penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct.[3] The song is also popular across North America; when played in the clubs, it is typical for everyone to take "jump shots" when Jim Jones says "ballin'". The dance in the video along with the jump shot has been named the "Fadeaway" by Jones. WWE's Montel Vontavious Porter, is known to do the "Fadeaway" jump shot before dropping an elbow on his opponent. The crowd often cheers "ballin'" before the elbow drop. Homicide celebrated with this song after defeating Bryan Danielson for the ROH World Title in his hometown of New York City at the Manhattan Center. Combat Zone Wrestling group BLKOUT has also used the song as its entrance theme. The song has become Jim Jones' most successful single to date, peaking at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming his first top ten single. The single also remains his most successful single on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks and Hot Rap Tracks, peaking at #4 and #1, respectively, and has also ranked as #1 on the Hot RingMasters chart. It has been certified Platinum by the RIAA, as a digital single and as a "Master Tone" (a.k.a. Ringtone). Jones has also made a "We Fly High" remix for the New York Giants and a "We Fly High" reggaeton version remixed by the famous reggaeton producer; Nely 'El Arma Secreta', or 'The Secret Weapon', which features Jones, Tego Calderón and Don Omar. On the BET show Rap City, The Game used the second verse from his new album Doctor's Advocate from the song "Too Much" while rapping on the "We Fly High" beat. It was also featured in the Electronic Arts game Def Jam Icon. Soulja Boy's song "Report Card" samples the Ballin ad-lib. References ^,0,2769871.column?coll=ny-sports-headlines ^ ESPN - Giants' defense finally emerges in win over Redskins - NFL Football Recap ^ New York Giants Football - NY Daily News v · d · eJim Jones Albums On My Way to Church · Harlem: Diary of a Summer · Hustler's P.O.M.E. (Product of My Environment) · Pray IV Reign · Capo Collaboration albums Diplomatic Immunity · M.O.B.: The Album · The Rooftop Compilation albums A Dipset X-Mas · A Tribute to Bad Santa Starring Mike Epps Mixtapes Harlem's American Gangster · Pray IV Reign: The Mixtape Singles "Certified Gangstas" · "Crunk Muzik" · "Baby Girl" · "We Fly High" · "Pop Champagne" · "Na Na Nana Na Na" · "Perfect Day" Collaborative singles "Dancin on Me" Featured singles "I Love You" · "Foolish (Remix)" · "That's Right (Remix)" · "I Love Her" Filmography State Property 2 · Killa Season · The Wire · Righteous Kill · Red Apples Falling Related articles Discography · The Diplomats · Diplomat Records