After nearly a year of freestyles, singles and other such teasers, Tony Starks and Sheek have finally announced the release of the new Lox x Wu-Tang Clan collaboration: October 9th, via eOne Entertainment. In the words of the immortal Bart Scott: can’t wait.
With the Wu-Block album still underway, Sheek Louch and Ghostface Killah are hitting the road for a 1.5 month tour across the states. Starting on August 1st in NYC and running around the country til mid-September. Hit the jump for cities/dates.
Now this is dope. For their latest headrocker, Sheek and Ghostface take turns rocking over each others classics. Wu-Block!
My night never ends…
Sitting down with TheMontreality the Silverback speaks on growing up with his D-Block compatriots, the status of their oft-delayed third album, the keys to his success and more.
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Remember those times when The Lox used to absolutely demolish any freestyle session they participated in? The good ol’ days. For the Silverback’s latest aural assault, he takes on Mobb Deep’s classic backdrop.
The Lox – “Fuck You”
I can only imagine the kind of riot-like mosh pits the opening number of We Are The Streets started back in the day. The Ghost dropped Master Of Ceremonies this past Tuesday (head here to support), and to celebrate he headed down to B.B. King’s in Manhattan with a few friends and guests. Head down bottom to check out some more fight music.
This set of visuals are supposed to be the “official trailer” to Styles P’s upcoming album. What I’d like to know is, when is the upcoming LOX album coming? Not an insult at Styles, Sheek and/or Jadakiss at all, but I’d much rather cop a group album than another solo effort. I know I’m not the only one that feels this way, too.
Director: Eif Rivera
Jada’s I Love U (A Dedication To My Fans) is available now via iTunes. I wonder if he’s going to give it away for free like he’s done his The Champ Is Here series, however.
Directed by Fabrizio Conte.
This kinda reminds me my favorite rap video of all time, Xzibit’s “What You See Is What You Get.” The cut is off Ceasar&PStarr’s War Music album, set to drop next month.
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While on the set of a Tony Moxberg video shoot, Sheek Louch talks about the upcoming Wu-Block project. The main part of the convo though? The first song from the project is dropping next week, with himself, Styles P and Jadakiss (doing their back and forth shit), Ghostface, Cappadonna and Raekwon.
What I would give to see a live performance of “Fuck You” from Jada, Sheek and Styles. Anyways, alongside Joell Ortiz the D-Block generals performed their raucous hits to the crowd at Club LAX in Orlando. More down bottom.
Hell, even a “Money, Power & Respect” with both Lil Kim and DMX would be dope live these days, and completely possible seeing as how Earl and Kimberly aren’t really doing a lot these days.