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Diyanet is a Turkish word for office or authority for Islamic, religious affairs. Mike Jones is also owner of Ice Age Entertainment, a record company. Diyanet İşleri Türk İslam Birliği. Jones made his acting debut on the November 28, 2005 episode of the Fox television series Prison Break in a small role as a driver. Diyanet İşleri Başkanlığı. The area code corresponds to Houston, which is where Jones was originally from. In his song "Back Then", Jones gives out his cellphone number "281-330-8004".
In the future, Jones plans on working with Mario Vazquez, an American Idol contestant that withdrew because of "personal reasons". Jones is now preparing for his next album, "The American Dream". He will be working with Clint Saulsberry in 2005 on a number of remixes. His production team has been noted for their use of audio samples of artists ranging from yodelers to Tchaikovsky.
He is said to be feuding with Paul Wall over the success of their respective albums - Wall's 2005 album The People's Champ peaked at #1 on the chart, causing Jones much jealousy and consternation. Billboard 200 album charts in 2005, peaking at #2. His album debuted at #3 on the U.S. His hit single, "Still Tippin'" featured Slim Thug and Paul Wall, and a Midwest remix featuring Young Bellz.
Mike Jones was recently signed to a major record deal with Warner Brothers Records and his first major album, Who Is Mike Jones?, was released on April 19, 2005.The album has since had three singles and gone Platinum in the United States. He backs up his style by explaining that the repetition emphasizes key points he wants to get across to listeners and has declared that he will continue to rap in this fashion. Example: "Back then hoes didn't want me, now I'm hot hoes all on me". Repeating a line multiple times (a line is repeated eight times in a row on the track "Back Then") in succession is said to violate an unspoken and widely accepted rap rule of repetition.
Jones' trademark technique is to take a line from one of his songs and use it as a chorus in another, or sometimes even in the same song, screwing & chopping and repeating it (for example, the chorus to "Back Then" is repeated on the track "Still Tippin"). Most followers of the chopped & screwed style claim that it has outgrown its drug-related roots. The slowed-down audio aesthetic supposedly mimics the effect of "sippin' sizzurp," that is, prescription cough syrup (often, though not always, mixed with alcohol). Jones is well known for recording in the "chopped & screwed" style popularized by DJ Screw, also of Houston.
His major promotional gimmick is to sell and hand out shirts with his cell phone number on them (athletic department-style shirts reading "Property of Mike Jones"), as well as shouting out the number throughout his mixtapes and albums, encouraging fans to call him on his Motorola phone. Many of his songs contain the phrases "Who is Mike Jones?" or "Mike Jones!". Mike Jones, has become well known for his unique repetition of his own name throughout his songs. .
He was formerly part of Swishahouse records, but now he is affiliated with Rap-A-Lot Records. He is well known for his unique style of rapping. Michael Jones (born January 6, 1981 in Houston, Texas) is a southern rap artist from the northside of Houston.