An animated video for the late Sean Price’s “Three Lyrical Ps” that features Styles P and Prodigy (R.I.P.) heads your way today. The animation captures the madness spewed by these three lyrical emcees.
Nino Man and Styles P drop a video to their freestyle over Kendrick Lamar’s “Element.”
Rochester, Yonkers and Buffalo represent the grit and grime of New York courtesy of 38 Spesh and Benny’s “Driver’s Seat,” which also features bars from Jadakiss and Styles P.
Tony Moxberg and Styles P get a little lyrical assistance from Smoke DZA and Snyp Life on the remix to “Welcome To The Jungle.”
Styles P ain’t finished with y’all yet. The Ghost rips up Common’s “They Say” alongside Nino Man and Dave East for “Ghost Says.”
Styles P and Nino Man flip Kendrick Lamar’s “Fear” and add some visuals for their version titled “Block Fear.”
Nino Man gets some lyrical assistance from the D-Block homies Jadakiss and Styles P as well as Cory Gunz on “You Hot.”
What? You thought Styles P was done releasing goodies? Naw. With the holidays approaching, Ghost falls through with another one that flips some Aretha Franklin on “Strong As Oak.”
With The Last Jedi hitting theaters, Styles P takes to space with “Ghost Wars.”
Styles P certainly is in the giving mood as he drops another jewel. This time he flips Whodini’s “Friends” alongside Jadakiss and Nino Man.