其中能夠看到 Jacob the Jeweler、Jason of Beverly Hills、Iceman Nick、Jimmy Boi 和 King Johnny 等耳熟能詳的珠寶商名列榜上，而他也將自己放在榜首的位置。「有史以來最偉大的珠寶商是由你對這個文化造成多少影響力所定義，並非你製造了多少件作品，而是你的作品具有多少瘋狂和創意在。」Ben Baller 更指出自己擁有冠軍珠寶商的資格最大原因便是無論賣出多少件 Cuban Link 或者定製鑽石腕錶，他的作品都不是中國製造的二流品，他更是未曾在網上買過廣告。
除此之外，Ben Baller 亦提到業界有太多珠寶設計師都是為了致富且因各項貸款、奢侈品債務而無法休息，但真正能夠接到 $50,000 至 $100,000 美元之間大案子的人又有幾個？同時他也認為鑽石和黃金的文化並不帶有種族色彩，反倒能夠激勵出如 Chris Aire 一般出色的非裔珠寶設計師。
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Let’s discuss. The greatest jewelers of all time is defined by how big an impact you made in the game. Not how many pieces you made, but how creative and crazy your custom work is/was. Also how consistent your game is while always leveling up. Not by selling 500 iced out Cuban links or pre made diamond high end watches that were all set in China. By never being corny and buying ads on blogs. How many people outside the jewelry game recognize your work. A big jeweler could make someone famous or even more famous than they already were. I know 99% of the jewelers in the game now are out to get rich and can’t afford to take time off due to being worried about keeping up a mortgage or not being late on that Rolls Royce payment. But how many jewelers turn down $50,000-$100,000 jobs? ? and lastly. How many jewelers inspired other to want to also become jewelers? I think if you can answers those questions fairly then you know who the king is. I also think if the diamond and gold game wasn’t so racist. There would be more great black jewelers out there like Chris Aire. There should be way more black jewelers for sure. Make sure you do NOT miss this weeks #BehindTheBaller jewelry podcast with @gregyuna because we’re gonna discuss everything you need to know about diamonds and the climate of the jewelry game ?