Griselda is everywhere and this team up with Styles P for a banger as Conway and Benny the Butcher assist with The Ghost’s “Blam, Blam, Blam.”
The Ghost is back with a new album titled Presence and releases the first video from the project titled “Brand New.”
Ras Kass will drop the sequel to Soul On Ice (finally!) on July 26th on Mello Music Group nearly a quarter century since he released his seminal debut album. Soul On Ice 2 has an exceptional list of guests ranging from production by Pete Rock and Diamond D to guest spots from Cee-Lo Green and Immortal Technique. To get things going, Razzy delivers the Styles P and Lil Fame assisted banger “Guns & Roses.”
Styles P takes it to his stomping grounds as Whispers and Sheek Louch flank him through Yonkers in the video for “Push the Line.”
Styles P has announced a new album in the form of S.P. the GOAT (Ghost Of All Time) that drops on May 3rd. To make the announcement a formal one, The Ghost drops “Change” featuring a hook by Cris Streetz.
Marco Polo revamps Planit Hank’s 2017 joint “Finish Him” with a brand new beat that tucks in quite nicely underneath the lyricism of Styles P, Conway & Lil Fame.
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.
Fresh off of the Dime Bag album comes Styles P’s video for “Welfare” featuring Whispers. The video finds the duo as counterfeit food stamp hustlers who are out to get their goods back.
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.”
Fresh off the Beloved LP comes Dave East and Styles P’s video for “We Got Everything.” The video finds Styles P being on his old man game while Dave East reminds him that the block literally has everything that Walmart can offer.