It looks as if Jadakiss is taking notes from his LOX compadre Styles P and even Brooklyn’s Fabolous for his latest freestyle “Where I’m From.” Jadakiss has linked up with The Breakfast Club’s DJ Envy for a weekly freestyle session. Here Jada goes over Jay Z’s classic “Where I’m From” cut. Listen after the jump.
The LOX continue their dominance after dropping some gems in 2014. Sheek, Styles, and Jadakiss reunite in 2015 for “Bring It Back” the first preview from their forthcoming We Are the Streets 2. This one’s a banger. Listen after the jump.
Yo Gotti has a new mixtape coming out and it’s being hosted by DJ Drama, so with that Gotti is sharing a track from the forthcoming Conceited mixtape in “Real Rap” featuring Jadakiss. Peep the latest offering from Yo Gotti after the jump.
The LOX have been working their way up to their brand new release The Trinity: 2nd Sermon for quite some time now. Almost an entire year, to be exact. First they dropped The Trinity EP back in December of 213, then they followed that up with The Trinity: 2nd Sermon, and now they’re sharing the highly-anticipated The Trinity: 2nd Sermon via LiveMixtapes. The release features the single “No Selfies” and the remix to Dej Loaf’s “Try Me”. Additionally, the release also features nine other tracks that will get your system bumpin’. Stream and download The LOX’s The Trinity: 2nd Sermon after the jump.
Since September The LOX’s (Jadakiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch) name has been propping up regularly, perhaps the most since the early 2000s. First the Yonkers trio jumped on Dej Loaf’s smash hit “Try Me” which they immediately followed up with their visual for “No Selfies”. The LOX pushed on, receiving a huge cosign from Lil Wayne when they were featured on his Tha Carter V track “Gotti”. And most recently the trio dropped “All We Know” from their forthcoming EP, The Trinity: 2nd Sermon. Now they’ve returned, sharing the intro from the aforementioned EP, “Let’s Get It”. Listen after the jump.
Just about every rapper has taken turns going over Detroit rapper Dej Loaf’s “Try Me”. And now the legendary LOX (Jadakiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch) have joined the ranks of Wiz Khalifa and E-40 by going over the track, as well. Listen after the jump.
Here’s a bit a curveball to your morning: Lil Kim has released a mixtape in 2014. And it’s entitled Hard Core after her 1996 classic of the same name. The mixtape features guest appearances from Yo Gotti, Cassidy, Jadakiss, and French Montana. After the jump.
Right after everybody’s cousin, uncle and auntie jumped on this beat…there was a real remix. Jadakiss is on it. Check. Fabolous is also on it. Check two. R&B’s own bad boy Chris Breezy too? Awww…it’s about to get violent. Throw in Busta Rhymes’s occasional Jamaican talk for fun. There’s no way to go wrong with such strong veteran presence mixed with an appealing beat to disguise some slowing spitters.
Grimy street tales told over barrel fires. That’s the churn and gravel of this ditty here and Lil Bibby is troubling and broad and narrative at the same time. What Kevin Gates brings to the thoughtful hustler type, Bibby brings to the ruthless kingpin figure. Track after the jump.
French Montana and Jadakiss release the official video for “88 Coupes,” a highly underrated cut from French’s Coke Boys 4 tape.
Fif drops off another visual off his upcoming Animal Ambition LP, this time unloading the clip for his “Irregular Heartbeat” collaboration with Jadakiss and Kidd Kidd.
After releasing numerous tracks from the project, producers Sean C & LV finally let go of their Loud Dreams Vol. 1 mixtape, which features bars from Dom Kennedy, Pusha T, A$AP Ferg, Raekwon, Smoke DZA, Fabolous and more.
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