Dark Man X is back with a ton of fire and it’s great to see him connect with his Ruff Ryder brethren on The Lox’s “Bout Shit.” The video finds the collective blasting off with aggressive bars that remind us of an era where Yonkers was running things.
The Ruff Ryders reunite as The Lox and DMX form like Voltron with “Bout Shit” from Styles P, Jadakiss and Sheek Louch’s next album Living Off Xperience. Check out the Scram Jones-produced cut and see if you get some sense of nostalgia.
The Yonkers trio celebrate their time as a unit with “Loyalty & Love” as Styles P, Jadakiss and Sheek Louch unite for what appears to be another album.
Jadakiss and Pusha T drop the video for their collaboration from ‘Kiss’ Ignatius album. The duo take aim at wack emcees — Pusha has his scope set on one rapper in particular — in the visuals that see the tandem gear up for “Huntin’ Season.”
The potency of lyricism between Jadakiss and Pusha T is evident on their collaborative effort “Huntin’ Season.” Pusha takes aim at a rival and Kiss clobbers the production. From Jadakiss’ album Ignatius, which drops on February 28.
Uncle Murda connects with Benny The Butcher, Jadakiss and Que Banz for “Freedom” from Murda’s recently released “Don’t Come Outside, Vol. 2.”
The raspy one is back at it. Jadakiss appears to be revving up the engine on a new project and drops the Bryan-Michael Cox-produced song “Me.”
Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch come with that ruthless aggression on the verbally vicious “Never Over” as Rockwilder provides a filthy beat for the trio to rock over.
The tandem of Nino Man, Styles P and Jadakiss flips the Whodini classic and look out for the ones who have always had their back in the video for “Friends.”
Awar is flanked by Jadakiss and Styles P on the Vanderslice produced “Bricks Like 86.”