Jadakiss and Styles P ripped the runway with streetwear brand Grungy Gentleman this past weekend in Houston for the annual FH5 fashion show. Though the New York vets weren’t modeling any clothes, they were definitely in style for their performance.
With tons of classics to choose from, Kiss and Styles opted to perform “We Gonna Make It” and “Knock Yourself Out,” as Grungy Gentleman’s models walked the runway around them. “Live performances on the runway are the next logical progression between fashion and music,” noted Grungy’s founder and EIC, Jace Lipstein. Facts!
Watch Jadakiss and Styles P do their thing for Grungy Gentleman below.
Yonkers trio The LOX take a trip to their D-Block studios and film a clip for ‘Survivor’. The track is pulled from their recently released ‘The Trinity: 2nd Sermon’ project.
Ted Smooth returns with one of his signature remixes. This time he gives us his take on Norwegian duo Nico & Vinz’ chart topping hit ‘Am I Wrong’ and gets Jadakiss to add some vocals.
Last night, newcomer DeJ Loaf held court at her first headlining show in New York City, and she got some help from some of rap’s biggest names. After remixing the song on their own, DeJ brought out both Styles P and Jadakiss to perform “Try Me” with her at Santos House, as well as Remy Ma, who’s on the official version (along with Ty Dolla $ign.) iLoveMakonnen was also spotted as well, though he had to leave to make his own show at another venue. Check out the performance footage below, and download DeJ’s new mixtape $ell Sole here if you haven’t already.
In episode 18 of French Montana’s Coke Boys TV vlog, the CB team took their talents over to the Barclay Center in Brooklyn for the EBC Celebrity Coach Challenge. Artists such as Velous, Wale, Chinx, Zack, Jadakiss and Lil Durk were all in the building. Catch the latest Coke Boys vlog below. HANNNNNNNN!
Rostrum Records own and Pittsburgh native Boaz heads takes his talents to New York and links with LOX members Jadakiss and Styles P for the video to ‘Rootin 4 The Villain’. His debut album ‘Intuition’ is slated for release on October 21st. Check out the video below the jump.
It’s always been a mystery exactly which New York Knicks player Biggie was talking about on “I Got a Story to Tell”. Though Big never named the player many assumed it was John Starks. Well Starks appeared on ESPN’s Highly Questionable and killed that rumor saying explicity that it wasn’t him but he does know who Big was talking about, but he stopped there leaving it still a mystery. Highly Questionable host Dan Le Batard tried yet again to find out who the mystery man is when Jadakiss appeared on the show. The veteran rapper was very close with Biggie and they thought he might have some insight. So what did he say?
With battle rap beaching bigger in Hip-Hop culture by the second, more and more artists are becoming involved. In a recent sit down with JonJohnTV in this short clip, JadaKiss, Sheek Louch & Pinero state they’ll battle anyone, signed or unsigned, as long as it is for the right price. Demading anywhere from $500,000 to $700,000. Watch the interview after the jump.
Looks like the Lox, may have some good news for hardcore fans in the states. According to the trio, they are looking to confirm a Hip Hop reunion with which which two other Hip Hop groups? Find out inside.