After featuring Jadakiss on “NYC,” Faith Evans brings the other 2/3 of The Lox together with vocals from the late Notorious B.I.G. on the Just Blaze produced “Take Me There.”
The Lox continue their rampage over other people’s beats as they give Kendrick Lamar’s “FEEL” a vicious tongue lashing.
The Lox put in work over the instrumental to Drake’s “Can’t Have Everything” and proceed to destroy it.
The Lox borrow Rick Ross’ “Santorini Greece” and take it for a ride around the block.
TALIB KWELI & STYLES P FEAT. JADAKISS, SHEEK LOUCH & NIKO IS – NINE POINT FIVE (PRODUCED BY MARCO POLO)
On April 14, Talib Kweli and Styles P will release their collaborative effort The Seven. With the announcement comes “Nine Point Five” with the assistance of Sheek’s Lox brethren and Niko Is with Marco Polo providing the beat. This joint goes.
Wu-Tang affiliate Joe Young rocks the mic alongside Styles P and Termanology over Dame Grease production on “Watch The Wave.” Off of Joe Young’s Invincible Armour album.
The video for Talib Kweli and Styles P representing as the last real people left in the industry has finally been released.
If you wanted to hire a collective of hitmen for a drive-by and make sure they don’t miss, you’d probably employ the likes of Dave East, Uncle Murda and Styles P. Well, that’s exactly what Scram Jones did for his banger titled “NYC Drive-By.”
1/3 of The Lox links up with 1/2 of Reflection Eternal to create “Last Ones.” The title reflects the duo’s dedication to consider the culture in everything that they do.
Styles P took his talents to The Boiler Room, where he surprised the crowd with his Lox brethren, Jadakiss and Sheek Louch. But in the midst of it all, the Ghost dropped an a capella spoken word freestyle that cut through the politics of America.