Jadakiss Songs

  • Throw It All Away
    Throw It All Away
    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
    Respect My Conglomerate 2
    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.
  • Kill
    The other week Jadakiss unveiled the tracklist for his new album, Top 5 Dead Or Alive. The tracklist reveal definitely brought our excitement up another level, as it contains features from Future, Nipsey Hussle, Jeezy, Puff Daddy, Wiz Khalifa and more. One of the most anticipated collabs though, was the Lil Wayne-featured "Kill," which has impacted this morning.
  • What's On Your Mind
    What's On Your Mind
    After dropping his Gorillaween mixtape on Halloween, Sheek Louch is back with a new single, "What's On Your Mind," off his upcoming album, Silverback Gorillas 2. He keeps things New York on the new drop, bringing along his LOX group member Jadakiss as well as A$AP Ferg. 
  • Everyday
    Diddy is currently celebrating his 46th birthday by wandering the streets of NYC and "spending it with my people." “Good morning New York," he said joyously. "Today’s my birthday and I’m out here in the streets of New York. It’s a celebration. I’m droppin’ an album, a sonic motion picture today and it’s going to be free. I’ll let you know when it is. MMM. God is the greatest.Thank you.”
  • Third Shift
    Third Shift
    Shortly after revealing that he's got two projects around the corner, Fabolous is back with "Third Shift," rapping over a vintage N.Y. beat from HamSquad. The production team shared Fab's verse, which is actually just a preview of the full song, which will also feature Ludacris and Jadakiss. 
  • Ain't Nothin New
    Ain't Nothin New
    Jada surprised us last night with a collab with Future, "You Can See," and he's now back with another exciting collab, "Ain't Nothin New," featuring two artists who we haven't heard in quite some time, Ne-Yo and Nipsey Hussle. In fact, the track is Nipsey's third appearance all year, following features on Chinx's Welcome to JFK and Trae the Truth's Tha Truth. 
  • You Can See
    You Can See
    Jadakiss is getting ready to release a new album next month called Top 5 Dead Or Alive, which will serve as the follow up to his similarly-titled freestyle mixtape #T5DOA from a couple weeks back. Looking to get the ball rolling, the Lox member decides to share the lead single from the album tonight called “You Can See” featuring the man of the hour, Future.
  • Sucka Free
    Sucka Free
    Sheek Louch has been dropping Silverback Gorilla 2 freestyles all summer, and it feels like it should have dropped by now (it's still "COMING REAL SOON"). It appears that the prolific LOXsmith has been distracted by a side project Gorillaween, which is dropping on (you guessed it) Halloween.
  • I Lied
    I Lied
    And another one. Earlier today, Khaled dropped off "I Ride," featuring Future, Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross, and Jeezy, and now he's shared a complementary record off I Changed a Lot: "I Lied." Whereas "I Ride" was a southern anthem, "I Lied" finds Khaled recruiting his boys from up north: French Montana and Jadakiss repping New York, and Meek Mill and Beanie Sigel outta Philly. 
  • Gold Bricks
    Gold Bricks
    After appearing on the DJ Khaled We The Best posse cut, "365," with Ace Hood and Kent Jones, Vado is back this Wednesday morning with a new leak off Slime Flu 5 aka #SF5.
  • Jason
    Jadakiss keeps coming with the New York street heat. Two days ago, he dropped "Baby," and yesterday, he got the other two members of The Lox to join him on the "Still Grind'n" remix.
  • Still Grind’n (Remix)
    Still Grind’n (Remix)
    Jadakiss dropped yet another quality record yesterday called "Baby," and someone in the comments made a very astutely referred to him as the rap game Tim Duncan. 'Kiss don't miss. Indeed, he returns today with yet another systematically dope cut "Still Grind'n (Remix)," in which he invites the other 2/3 of The LOX, Sheek Louch and Styles P, to take another swing at his 2011 record "Grind."
  • Baby
    Jadakiss hasn't forgotten about his long-awaited Top 5 Dead or Alive project, deciding today is a good day as any to liberate album offering "Baby."
  • Thot Line Bling (Remix)
    Thot Line Bling (Remix)
    Earlier this Summer, Jadakiss was hitting us with a weekly freestyle series on Friday morning called #T5DOA. However, we haven’t heard much from the former LOX member since he last dropped off his take on ODB’s “Shame On Ya” instrumental back in June, until today that is.
  • My Party
    My Party
    On October 9th, Styles P will release his eighth studio album, A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy. He's spent the past few months focusing on freestyles, sharing them at a pretty alarming rate, but today, we get a track from the upcoming project. "My Party" features his L.O.X. companion Jadakiss, and is a typically hard nosed slice of NY street rap.
  • Classic Man (Ted Smooth Remix)
    Classic Man (Ted Smooth Remix)
    Jidenna’s “Classic Man” has been slaying the charts and airwaves these past few weeks, and it doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon either. Today, Ted Smooth decides to come through and give it his remix treatment, calling on Jadakiss and Brucie B for some assistance. Changing up the tempo on the production, this "Classic Man" remix finds Brucie B laying down some adlibs, while Kiss drops his bars. While it’s not as radio-friendly as the original, it’s certainly a nice alternative for DJ’s to rock out with.
  • Myself
    Young Buck has been the most prolific member of G-Unit recently, and arguably, he's also been releasing the strongest material. His new collaboration with Jadakiss is yet another strong showing from Buck, mainly due to the rapper's uncompromising style, proof that if you work diligently in one lane for long enough, you're bound to master it.
  • Shame On Ya (Freestyle)
    Shame On Ya (Freestyle)
    Other than Fabolous' much-hyped "Friday Night Freestyles," Jadakiss' #T5DOA series (which always arrive on Friday mornings) has been the best-received of all of the recent freestyle series by veteran NY rappers. The last one came through at the beginning of the month over Raekwon's "Incarcerated Scarfaces," and now the L.O.X. member returns with one titled "Shame On Ya."
  • See A Key (Ki)
    See A Key (Ki)
    Skyzoo's album Music For My Friends was originally supposed to drop on June 23rd, but surprise! It dropped today instead.