He initially was affiliated with the record label Swishahouse, then left to found his own label, Ice Age Entertainment.
Before he was on Swishahouse he was in a group called Souf Folk, in which he used the alias Sache.
He released one album with Souf Folk called Country Thuggin in 2003.
He transferred from school to school many times, forcing him to only play in YMCA leagues due to transfer rules after the 9th Grade.
Jones dropped out of high school and briefly took jobs at fast food restaurants.
He worked at a Compaq plant and sold cell phones from an apartment on Antoine Drive. Brown, Jones's partner in several financial ventures, said that he sold some "dime bags" for six months, but the two mainly bought "T-Mobile Sidekicks" and sold them for an inexpensive price.
Jones began his musical career in a group called Souf Folk, using the alias Sache.
He released one album with Souf Folk called Country Thuggin.
In 2001, Jones formed his own independent record label, Ice Age Entertainment, and began solo rapping.
He independently promoted and distributed his music on the streets and pressed it on DJs at strip clubs.
Jones eventually signed to upcoming southern record label Swishahouse after meeting with Swishahouse A&R T. At that time, Swishahouse was signing fellow upcoming southern rappers Slim Thug, Paul Wall and Chamillionaire.
Farris recalled signing Jones, saying, "I heard him on one of my partner’s mixtapes and I wanted to meet him and try to get him to rap on our mixtapes.