Jadakiss & Beanie Sigel
Magnum Condoms and the Compound have unveiled the third and final track off the The Compound Gold Project.
Block Style (Pop Style Remix)
Jadakiss & Nino Man
After sharing some radio-friendly opening bars to "One Dance," Jadakiss and Nino Man have made sure pick out one of VIEWS harder tracks to get a bit grittier. This time around, they take over the whole song, as Nino warms things up, riffing on Drake's original flow, before Jada enters sounding as gravelly as ever, cruising on the bottom of his register, scraping out a melody within his musings on street politics. We've previously heard both Kanye West and Jay Z take on the instrumental, so there are big shoes to fill, but Jada and Nino seem up to the task. Did they do it justice?
One Dance (Remix)
Jadakiss & Nino Man
Jadakiss, like his LOX partner Styles P, has always been quick to add contributions to the latest instrumentals, and today, he's decided to try a couple of Drake records on for size. Joined by frequent collaborator Nino Man, Jada adds a verse to Drizzy's current #1 hit, "One Dance," which was recently remixed by none other than Justin Bieber. Kiss' version might not get as much radio play, but it may bring some rap purists out to the Nigerian-influenced pop jam.
All The Way Up (Remix) (Official)
Meek Mill Feat. Fabolous & Jadakiss
We originally heard Meek Mill and Fabolous on Fat Joe's "All The Way Up" beat, while Jadakiss' take followed soon after. Now all three verses have been assembled for the official DreamChasers release, and let's just say its a powerful combination. Now 5 minutes long, there are no shortage of bars here, and it's difficult to choose a favorite verse. Meek Mill's DreamChasers 4 is still on the way, and if this is an indication of the level of rapping we'll hear on it, it should be quite the spectacle. Stay tuned for updates on the release of Meek's upcoming tape.
All The Way Up (Freestyle)
"All the Way Up" has got to be the surprise New York anthem of the year. Not sound-wise, but who would've thought that the Terror Squad's leading man and woman could've reunited for a smash hit in 2016? A couple of nights ago, as the song had entered its eighth week on the Hot 100 (now at No.
What Yo Hood Like
Mistah F.A.B. Feat. Jadakiss
This morning, Mistah F.A.B. announced Son Of A Pimp 2, the sequel to his 2005 breakthrough album Son of a Pimp and his first official studio album since 2007's Da Baydestrian. He pairs the announcement with a fiery new single "What Yo Hood Like" featuring Jadakiss and produced by Pete Rock.
Right Now (Remix)
Uncle Murda Feat. Future, Fabolous & Jadakiss
Last year, Uncle Murda teamed up with Future for a Metro Boomin-produced banger called “Right Now,” and today he’s back with the official remix adding Brooklyn spitters Fabolous & Jadakiss to it.
Don't Mind (Remix)
Jadakiss Feat. Nino Man
While we patiently await for updates on his upcoming joint effort with Fabolous, Jadakiss has been releasing a ton of new freestyles in the meantime to hold us over. After hitting us with “Sorry” & “Phuck Dat” recently, the Yonkers native decides to keep it moving by coming through tonight and sharing another one for us over Kent Jones’ “Don’t Mind” record with Nino Man.
"Jason," the Swizz Beatz-produced lead single off Jadakiss' November album Top 5 Dead or Alive, had a throwback sound, but damn if it wasn't one of the hardest New York tracks of 2015. After contributing to a couple of excellent joints on The Life of Pablo, Swizz has now brought back the "Jason" instrumental and handed it over to Bronx legend KRS-One.
Fabolous & Jadakiss
As he announced last month, Fabolous is teaming up with Jadakiss for a collaborative project called Freddy Vs. Jason, which will be dropping soon and acting as a retail effort on iTunes and not a mixtape.
Jadakiss & Nino Man
Jadakiss and Nino Man are frequent collaborators, and their strong chemistry is very present on their newest record, "Phuck That," taking very different but highly complimentary approaches to the propulsive instrumental. The twisting string sample guides the way for some interesting flows and rhythms, and Nino Man does a great job of setting the stage for Jada to slide through on the 16.
Jadakiss Feat. Nino Man
Jadakiss probably isn't the first rapper that comes to mind when you think of a Justin Bieber remix, but the OG gave the Biebz's single "Sorry" a try, and brought along Harlem rapper on the come up Nino Man. 'Kiss kicks off the new mix with his trademark laugh, before spitting a short verse that leads into Nino Man, and they continue this way back-and-forth until Bieber's original vocals come in. Unfortunately this is a clean version, so keep your eyes peeled for the dirty version. How do you think the two NY natives do over the Skrillex-produced beat?
For his first release since Top 5 Dead Or Alive dropped, Jadakiss decides to come through today and bless fans with a new freestyle over Jeremih’s standout cut “Oui (You & I),” featuring Nino Man. Adding their NYC flavor, the Lox general & Nino Man flex their lyrical muscles and show off their rapid fire rhymes, while spittin’ about their ladies in the process. Take a listen to the raspy remix and share your comments below.
Shawn Wigs Feat. Jadakiss
You may have heard Shawn Wigs’ name before on Ghostface Killah’s 36 Seasons track “Homicide,” and now he’s back with his own track. He enlists The Lox’ Jadakiss for a verse, including the requisite Jadakiss laughing ad libs.
Some Out Nun (Prod. By KidWond3r)
Lil Reese Feat. Jadakiss
Lil Reese's new tape, 300 Degrezz, finds him working with some of his oldest collaborators (Chief Keef and Young Chop), but one of the project's strongest tracks features its most surprising guest -- the one and only Jadakiss. While it recruits one of New York's most respected emcees, "Some Out Of Nun," feels closest to Atlanta, featuring a KidWond3r beat that channels the bouncy organ tendencies of Zaytoven.
Old Man Wildin'
Diddy Feat. Jadakiss & Styles P
Puff Daddy has decided to make last month's MMM mixtape available for purchase on iTunes, and he's added three new tracks to the re-release. Well, two of those tracks are actually skits, but in between "Alpha Male" and "Happily Ever After" is a brand new collab with LOX members Jadakiss and Styles P, aptly titled "Old Man Wildin.'"
August Alsina Feat. Anthony Hamilton & Jadakiss
On Wednesday night, August Alsina’s sophomore album, This Thing Called Life, was released on his Youtube Channel a day earlier than expected. However, August wasn’t too happy about it, and took to twitter to voice his frustration with his label, Def Jam, for allowing the early stream to go down. He tweeted out, “I didn't do this. My shitty ass label did it. They're just fucking Shitty! Smh”
Grafh Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Jadakiss
Grafh first dropped "Like Me" over two years ago, but today he's rebranded the record with a new title ("Near Me") and a new verse form Jadakiss. Fresh off of releasing Top 5 Dead Or Alive, Jada proves that he gives every verse 110%, sharing a 16 that's as hard as anything on his LP.
Throw It All Away
Cris Streetz Feat. Jadakiss
Cris Streetz makes his HNHH debut with "Throw It All Away." The young Bronx spitter is signed to the renowned production team J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, who have provided the uplifting beat on his new track. "Throw It All Away" also features one of Streetz' biggest idols, Yonkers legend Jadakiss, hot off his new album, Top 5 Dead or Alive.
Respect My Conglomerate 2
Busta Rhymes Feat. Fabolous & Jadakiss
Busta Rhymes' 2009 album Back On My B.S. featured a track called “Respect My Conglomerate” feat Lil Wayne and Jadakiss. Six years later, he returns with the sequel, and he's formed a new conglomerate. Wayne is out, Jadakiss is still in it, as are Fabolous and Styles P. Sheek Louch is not in the conglomerate. The four veterans have all already proven their worth several times over, but they still sound hungry (Busta especially) as they trade off bars over this vintage King Karnov production like it was '96.