Styles P Songs

  • Dark Night Shooters
    Dark Night Shooters
    DJ Absolut has been all about the crew cuts these days.
  • Rootin' 4 The Villain
    Rootin' 4 The Villain
    On October 21, Boaz will release Intuition, his debut album on Rostrum Records. Today, he's shared the first track we've heard from it, "Rootin' 4 The Villain," which features a pair of heavy-hitting verses from Jadakiss and Styles P. Sampling a familiar drum break, "Rootin' 4 The Villain" opens with Boaz comparing himself to Robin Hood and saying that weed isn't bad for him. Jada follows, sounding every bit like the "villain" in the tile with his gravelly voice, and Styles P comes through bombastically, citing Scarface as a predecessor to his villainous ways.
  • MARS (Dream Team)
    MARS (Dream Team)
    Cormega has a brand new album dropping tomorrow, and to get the hype cycle started, he's assembled a supergroup of seasoned rappers. "MARS" is both the title of the track, and the initials of those involved (Mega, AZ, Redman, and Styles P). While that lineup is impressive enough, it should really include the legendary producer, Large Professor, who provided the beat for the song, as well as the rest of the impending album.
  • Please Believe
    Please Believe
    DJ OP will release his mixtape Plan B soon, and today he's shared a single track from it. "Please Believe" features Styles P spitting a pair of verses over OP's dope production. Over a beat that features a delicate piano line, Styles P goes in, his deep voice turning out two great verses. The song's chorus, sung by an unknown female vocalist, is a little dramatic, but it meshes well with OP's beat. Plan B is sure to include many similarly awesome tracks.
  • Chase The Paper
    Chase The Paper
    Fifty season continues. After dropping off the official video on Monday, we now get to hear the CDQ version of 50 Cent’s newest leak “Chase The Paper” featuring Kidd Kidd, Prodigy, & Styles P. The record will see life on 50’s upcoming album Animal Ambition, which will hit store shelves on June 3rd.
  • Never Ran Never Will
    Never Ran Never Will
    Last we heard from Sonnie Carson, he was rapping over a Heatmakerz beat with Vado on "Come On". The rapper is currently preparing his Most Likely To Succeed mixtape, and he's now shared a track with yet another New York rapper, The Lox's Styles P.
  • Never Safe
    Never Safe
    Styles P has let go of another leak off his upcoming album Phantom And The Ghost. Last week, Styles P enlisted fellow LOX member Jadakiss, as well as Atlanta fixture Rocko for the track “Sour”, which was an ode to the weed strain.
  • Keep Calm (Remix)
    Keep Calm (Remix)
    DJ Kay Slay knows how to bring out the guests on a remix. That's right, French Montana, Rico Love, Chinx, Gooney, Sheek Louch *and* Styles P all make appearances for this star-studded mix. The track has pleasures of its own sort, French and Styles' appearances stand out in particular. Also, with this kind of roster on a track, consistent love at the clubs is all but inevitable. 
  • Sour
    Sour
    Styles P has just let go of ths new single from his upcoming album, Phantom and The Ghost, which happens to be an ode to a particular strain of weed. The NY spitter enlists fellow LOX member Jadakiss, as well as Atlanta fixture Rocko for the track. Knucklehead provides the twisty banger of an instrumental, which could fit right in with anything coming out of Atlanta these days.
  • Reckless
    Reckless
    Jadakiss, Styles P, and Sheek Louch have recently reassembled themselves as The LOX, and are steadily showing up with new material. The trio surprise-dropped (now known as "pulling a Beyonce") a new 4 track EP at the end of last year, and they're back again on the new track from Trae Tha Truth. Trae generally operates within the realm of Houston rap, but "Talk About It' is a decidedly east coast affair, definitely showing the LOX's influence. It still bears the same dark, cinematic quality that colors much of Trae's work, and works as a representative cut from both parties.
  • New York City
    New York City
    Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch, who compose The Lox, give us another loving ode to the 5 boroughs of New York City in song titled... simply, "New York City" The trio are back at it and making music for all to enjoy since their absence. Well, it would be wrong to infer they ever disappeared but they certainly spent some time underground and they're coming back up to enjoy the sunlight. Not to mention the fact that no one does fan service like The Lox.
  • Life In The City
    Life In The City
    "Life In The City" is a standout track from Harlem, New York City emcee JR Writer's new Return Of The Greatest mixtape, which is now available in our mixtape section. 
  • Murda Barz
    Murda Barz
    Giving Snoop Dogg’s 1993 Doggystyle-cut “Murder Was the Case” a twist, D-Block affiliate, DJ OP, gets some street certified rappers on his newest track. Styles P, Young Buck, and Uncle Murda all give their hood tales on “Murda Barz,” which will live off OP’s forthcoming mixtape I Refuse to Lose. Listen and download the new cut below. Thoughts on the new street cut? Quotable Lyrics:
  • Zip Em Up
    Zip Em Up
    Bump Zip Em Up, the latest cut from Grafh which features Styles P & Loaded Lux on the assist. It dropped on Wednesday, January 15th, 2014. Grafh's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Zip Em Up is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Grafh stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more. Check out Grafh's profile page for the most recent info, news, songs, and mixtapes. How's the chemistry here? Are y'all feeling this one?
  • Talk About It
    Talk About It
    "Talk About It" is a standout track from The LOX's new EP The Trinity, which they dropped without notice in the early hours of the morning.  We're happy to hear Styles P, Sheek Louch and Jadakiss collaborating as a unit again. Enjoy.  Quotable Lyrics
  • Do It
    Do It
    Brooklyn's Troy Ave and Yonkers' Styles P join forces for a new track titled "Do It", which was premiered by Funk Flex Tuesday night. No word on where this track will end up, but hopefully this is a part of the upcoming DJ Drama-hosted mixtape White Christmas 2. Give it a close listen. Quotable Lyrics:
  • Last Supper [CDQ]
    Last Supper [CDQ]
    A radio rip of this Jesus Piece B-side surfaced on Thursday night, and now we have the CDQ version. Still no word on why the track didn't make the cut. Quotable Lyrics "Worldstar knockout king / Tell 'em to knuckle up / We ride for California / nigga, so buckle up / We got a team full of killas / When we huddle up / Dead bodies everywhere / Coroners bring the shuttle bus."
  • Last Supper
    Last Supper
    Stream Last Supper, the newest drop from Game which features Jadakiss, Styles P, & Ar-16 . The cut was released on Friday, December 13th, 2013. Game continues to impress with each new leak, and Last Supper is no exception. It's strengthens Game's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Game's next offering.
  • Fired Up
    Fired Up
    Give Fired Up (Prod. By Marvel Hitz) a listen - it's a new offering from Kid Ink, featuring Styles P. It was dropped on Friday, November 22nd, 2013. Kid Ink's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Fired Up (Prod. By Marvel Hitz) will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Kid Ink has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Kid Ink has in store.
  • All I Got
    All I Got
    Check out All I Got (Prod. by Statik Selektah), the latest from Styles P which features a guest appearance from Action Bronson & Ea$y Money on the assist. The track was released on Thursday, November 7th, 2013. Styles P's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and All I Got (Prod. by Statik Selektah) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Styles P has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
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