Styles P, Sheek Louch, and Jadakiss continue to release new music as the almighty L-O-X, with this new track paying homage to their city. Think big, paid in full. “Yeah we wore shiny suits / but that put us in a new tax bracket…” – Sheek
Sheek Louch sits this one out. A special live Juan Ep from the Starter Clubhouse in NYC last week, where 2/3 of The Lox hang with Ciph and Rosenberg.
2 out-of-three, at least. Jadakiss and Styles P sit in with Charlemagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee. Sheek Louch probably sleeping with a pillow on top of his head.
The Lox cover KRS-One’s “Return Of The Boom Bap” in a surprising move.
“Feels f**cking great… for hip hop,” said Styles P, on Sway in the Morning, when asked about how it feels to drop an EP with The Lox. Jadakiss, Sheek Louch & Styles P, stepped foot in Sway’s Live In-Studio Concert Series and performed “Faded” & “Talk About It”, off their recent EP, The Trinity. While [cont.]
The LOX sit in with Hot 97′s Ebro to speak on the state of New York hip-hop, and their just released EP, Trinity.
The LOX follow-up the EP they Beyonce’d last night with two new freestyles, over beats from Pusha T’s My Name Is My Name.
“WE CAN DO THAT TOO, BEYONCE.” Not an actual quote. The Lox just dropped their new four song EP, “Trinity”, on iTunes, which includes a cover of Brand Nubian’s “Love Me Or Leave Me Alone”. Check out all four songs below.
Jada, Styles, and Sheek borrow Drake’s “Pound Cake” instrumental.
The Lox spoof “The Hangover” movies in the new music video for “Summer’s Too Hot.” Sheek Louch, Styles P and Jadakiss don’t appear to have lost a lyrical step as they spit over a scorching Scram Jones beat on “Summer’s Too Hot.”
Jadakiss talks about his new single “Big Boy Dialogue” featuring The-Dream, what fans can expect from Top 5 Dead or Alive and when we’re getting a new Lox album.
From The Most Hardest MC Project, available now. Directed by DPTV films.
26 Year Old Toronto MC recruits The Lox and Jay Vado for this track from his Fresh Start project.. Not to be confused with this man. Can’t Get Enough by Peter Jackson feat Jadakiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch & Jay Vado
It’s been some time since we’ve seen a full-length from Jadakiss, Sheek Louch, and Styles P, but Sheek recently revealed to MTV that the project is coming. The new album, to be released after their Wu-Block LP, will be executive produced by Swizz Beatz and DJ Khaled, and is 12 songs complete. He also reveals [cont.]
The Lox and Wu-Tang’s ambitious Wu-Block project has some new cover art, seen above, and a new street date, from it’s originally projected Oct. 16 release date. The album will now hit store shelves on November 9th, on eOne Music.
Grand Wizard Theodore’s “Subway Theme” is reinvented on this new LOX + Swizz Beatz collabo, as debuted by Flex.
Looks like Wu-Block is coming closer to officially dropping. Here’s the first single, up at Itunes now.
Jada offers some very interesting insight on all three issues — particularly his thoughts on Mase’s decision to rap or not rap.
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