Styles P Songs

  • 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.
  • Top Tier
    Top Tier
    Statik Selektah is one of those producers who doesn't discriminate when it comes to OGs and newcomers. He's just as likely to work with Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson, or Your Old Droog as he is Eminem or Onyx. His latest record finds him firmly planted in the vet category, as he teams with Sean Price, Styles P, and Bun B. The assemblance of rappers is a pretty good representation of Statik's music in general-- very much rooted in NYC styles, but not afraid to venture outside of them once in a while either.
  • IP Man (Freestyle)
    IP Man (Freestyle)
    Styles P's made a habit of dropping off Friday freestyles in pairs in the past few weeks. We already heard today's "Motion," and now here's "IP Man," a freestyle over Drake's "6 Man."
  • Motion (Freestyle)
    Motion (Freestyle)
    Styles P's had a pretty great run of freestyles in the past few weeks, but no matter how entertaining the music is, the best part is usually the artwork he chooses. For the most part, the freestyles have been uploaded to SoundCloud accompanied by a picture of a seemingly random object in Styles' house.
  • Know Me Like That
    Know Me Like That
    Next month, we'll finally get to hear Gunplay's long-in-the-works debut album, Living Legend, which is now slated for a July 31st release. He celebrated that with the "Living Legend 7/31" freestyle a few days ago, and now he's shared another track, though it's unclear if it'll end up on the album.
  • Ghost Killa
    Ghost Killa
    Styles P just released two new freestyles, as has become his habit every Friday for the past few weeks. All of these freestyles seem to have the word "Ghost" appended to them, and after featuring "Ghost Pioneered This," here's his second Ghost anthem, "Ghost Killa." We get a slowed down vibe on this, a change of pace from the more grimy NY production on "Pioneered This." It clocks in at just under two minutes, but enjoy it nonetheless.
  • Ghost Pioneered This
    Ghost Pioneered This
    Styles P is back again, just as most of us anticipate the beginning of our Friday night (depending what coast you live on). P has been dropping off two freestyles every Friday, and today is no exception.
  • Ghost Dilla (Freestyle)
    Ghost Dilla (Freestyle)
    Styles P hasn't been missing a beat when it comes to dropping two new freestyles every friday. Earlier today he shared "Ghost Get Down," and you can now listen to his second track, "Ghost Dilla". Joined by Fortes, Styles keeps up his representation as the perpetually-stoned member of the LOX, bragging about "blowing eighths" and the like.
  • Ghost Get Down (Freestyle)
    Ghost Get Down (Freestyle)
    We just got our weekly freestyle from Jadakiss, who chose Raekwon's "Incarcerated Scarfaces" as the landing spot for his latest bars, so that must mean that his L.O.X. companion Styles P is not far behind with freestyles of his own. Here's the first of two: "Ghost Get Down."
  • Ghost Night (Freestyle)
    Ghost Night (Freestyle)
    Styles P has been making it a tradition to drop two new freestyles every Friday. This week, his second record is a freestyle over Redman's "Tonight's Da Night," re-titled "Ghost Night." As he's proven over his career, Styles always flourishes over these skittering samples, never getting too far out of his expertly poised delivery, but always delivering memorable "rewind-it-back" lines with the ease of a veteran.
  • Itutionalized (Freestyle)
    Itutionalized (Freestyle)
    We've already heard Styles P freestyle over Kendrick Lamar's "How Much A Dollar Cost?", and today, he's back to take on another To Pimp A Butterfly track. This time it's "Institutionalized" that's the target, and for some reason, Ghost decided to title his version "Itutionalized" (that's not a typo). 
  • Breath (Freestyle)
    Breath (Freestyle)
    We already got one freestyle from Styles P today, "Ghost View," which was over Tupac's "Starin Through My Rear View," but this being a Friday in May, he's given us another, in keeping with his two-a-day tradition. This one's called "Breath."
  • Ghost View (Freestyle)
    Ghost View (Freestyle)
    Another week, another two Styles P freestyles. Following the lead of his L.O.X. teammate Jadakiss, Styles has made Friday the official L.O.X. freestyle day, although he usually tends to take on more eclectic beat. The first of today's crop is one titled "Ghost View," a freestyle over Tupac's "Starin Through My Rear View."
  • Off The Ghost (Freestyle)
    Off The Ghost (Freestyle)
    French Montana's "Off The Rip" may be a slow burner of a single. It didn't necessarily blow anyone away on first listen, but neither did "Ain't Worried About Nothin," which ended up being inescapable for a whole summer. It's something about Montana's style that takes a couple listens to stick, but once it does, it's hard to shake. 
  • Ghost Fuck Up Everything
    Ghost Fuck Up Everything
    Not to be outdone by his fellow L.O.X. member Jadakiss, Styles P has dropped off two freestyles today. The first comes in over Future's nationwide hit, "Fuck Up Some Commas." Not to be outdone by the Freebandz President, Styles P titles his "Ghost Fuck Up Everything." As his comrades Jada and Sheek Louch have spent the past few weeks mining late the '90s/early 2000s New York scene for dusty gems from The Alchemist, Swizz Beatz, DJ Premier and others, it's interesting to see Styles take a completely different approach and go after recently-released instrumentals. 
  • A Tale Of Ghost Citiez (Freestyle)
    A Tale Of Ghost Citiez (Freestyle)
    The other night Sheek Louch dropped off two new freestyles, and now his Lox partner is following his lead with his own two freestyles. Although we're used to hearing Styles P over that grimey NYC production, he surprises us today by taking on two beats from left field. One is from Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly ("How Much A Dollar Cost," listen here) and the second, here, is from J.
  • Ghost Cost (Freestyle)
    Ghost Cost (Freestyle)
    Despite Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly being the biggest critical success in hip hop since... Lamar's last album, we haven't heard too many other rappers attempt to hop on the album's tracks. Lots of this is due to the music being rooted in jazz and funk, and not sounding very "trendy" per se, but leave it to Styles P to venture onto the record's "How Much A Dollar Cost" before anyone else.  Attacking the LoveDragon production with precision, the L.O.X. member shows that he's more than capable of hanging with the off-kilter beat. 
  • Keep Praying
    Keep Praying
    It’s been a hot minute since we last heard from New Jersey battle rapper Tsu Surf, but today he’s returning in grand fashion. Calling on Styles P and Emanny for features, Tsu decides liberate this new offering titled “Keep Praying”. Produced by Trunk Knockaz, “Keep praying” is a mean street cut that features a plethora of hard bars and soft vocals for the chorus. No word yet as for where it’ll end up, but a project looks to be on the way, hopefully sooner rather than later. Take a listen and let us know who had the best verse?
  • Give Me Your Ghost
    Give Me Your Ghost
    Keeping his double release strategy going, Styles P returns tonight with another set of tracks for us. With the Chris Rivers-assisted cut “Ghost to Rivers To The Riches” just being posted, here goes the second release of the night with “Give Me Your Ghost”.
  • Ghost Rivers To The Riches
    Ghost Rivers To The Riches
    Styles P has been increasingly prolific in recent years, dropping new loosies whenever he feels, while also releasing projects at a steady rate. It hasn't effected the quality of his work either, as an OG who's extremely comfortable in his lane, Ghost can put together a solid verse in his sleep, but even so, he manages to go in on every new record.
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