Pop Champagne

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"Pop Champagne"
Pop Champagne.jpg
Single by Jim Jones and Ron Browz featuring Juelz Santana
from the album Pray IV Reign
Released September 4, 2008
Format CD single, Digital download
Genre Hip hop
Length 3:35 (Album Version)
3:32 (Pop Radio Edit)
Label Columbia, Universal Motown, Koch, Ether Boy
Writer(s) Joseph Jones, Rondell Turner, LaRon James
Producer(s) Ron Browz
Jim Jones singles chronology
"The Good Stuff"
"Pop Champagne"
"My Swagg"
Ron Browz singles chronology
"Pop Champagne"
"Arab Money"
Juelz Santana singles chronology
"Pop Champagne"
"Ride (Remix)"
Music video
"Pop Champagne" on YouTube

"Pop Champagne" is a song by American hip hop recording artists Ron Browz and Jim Jones, featuring fellow American rapper Juelz Santana. It was officially released on September 4, 2008 through Columbia and Universal Motown as the lead single from Jim Jones' fourth album Pray IV Reign (2009). The song proved to be Jim Jones' second most successful single to date, behind his 2006 hit "We Fly High". This instrumental was sampled in "Too Easy", by Tyrese featuring Ludacris.


"Pop Champagne" featuring Jim Jones and Juelz Santana is actually a remix. The original is solely the producer of the song, Ron Browz. Jim Jones said "I was going home one day, and DJ Jazzy Joyce — at 4:30 in the morning — was playing the [song]," Jones recalled of the first time he heard "Pop Champagne." "And I know how much Ron wanted to become an artist and break into the game. ... So when I heard it, I was like, 'Damn, it got a good sound.' ... I was just being courteous, as he did so many hot beats for me. ... So, I jumped on the track, like, 'Let's see what it do.' It started to sound a little bit crazy, and I said, 'Well, let's see if we put Juelz Santana on it how crazy could it get. And I called Young Hub, and Hub was like, 'Aiight, on the strength of you, I'll jump on it for you."[1]

Music video[edit]

The music video is directed by Dale Resteghini (a.k.a. Rage) and Jim Jones (a.k.a. Capo). It features cameo appearances by Dame Dash, Busta Rhymes, Mike Epps and Jessica Rich (a.k.a. "Rabbit") from Real Chance of Love.[2][3]


Chart (2008–09) Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[4] 22
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[5] 3
U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks[6] 3
U.S. Billboard Pop 100[7] 45

End of year charts[edit]

Charts (2009) Position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 98[8]


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