Tsu Surf Feat. Styles P, Emanny "Keep Praying" Video
Tsu Surf Feat. Styles P & Emanny
In support of his latest mixtape Newark, Jersey spitter, Tsu Surf, decides to come through today and share the official video for his Trunk Knockaz-produced cut “Keep Praying” featuring Styles P & Emanny. With NYC as their backdrop, watch as the trio of rappers hit up a city rooftop and spit their shit in this Sage English-directed clip above. Check it out.
Diddy Feat. Lil Kim, Styles P "Auction" Video
Diddy Feat. Lil Kim & Styles P
In November, Puffy dropped his first project in over a year with MMM. Really, the mixtape/album was his first hip-hop release in almost 5 years, as 11 11 was more of a dance music project than anything. In any case, few expected that the Bad Boy founder's return would be so impressive, as MMM proved that Puffy can still make hot records while keeping the same New York luxury sound with which he dominated the late '90s.
Styles P Feat. Jadakiss "Money Change You/ My Party" Video
Styles P Feat. Jadakiss
Revisiting last year’s A Wise Guy And a Wise Guy LP, Styles P decide to come through today and kick start a new web series dubbed “22 Convent.” In this first installment, the NYC vet links up with Spike Jones and delivers a double-dose of visual for his tracks “Money Change You” and “My Party” featuring Jadakiss.
Jadakiss & Styles P "Welcome To The Bar" Video
Jadakiss & Styles P
Jadakiss and Styles P are all about community. They co-own a juice bar called "Juices for Life" in the Bronx; Jada can still be found shooting dice around his native Yonkers from time to time. With a new video "Welcome to the Bar," the LOX vets given shine to the local New York physical fitness collective known as the Bartendaz.
Styles P Feat. Nino Man, Snype Life, Dave East "Welcome To NY" Video
Styles P Feat. Nino Man, Snype Life & Dave East
Styles P continues to drop off new visuals in support of his latest album, A Wise Guy and A Wise Guy. After hitting us with the visual for “Other,” the former Lox member decides to release another one for “Welcome To NY” featuring Dave East, Nino Man, and Snype Life.
Styles P "Other" Video
Styles P originally intended to drop his 8th studio album A Wise Guy and A Wise Guy in October, but it leaked two weeks ago so he went ahead and it released it two months ahead of schedule.
Styles P Feat. Fortes "Ghost Dilla" Video
Styles P Feat. Fortes
Revisiting one of his many new freestyles, Styles P decides to come through tonight and share the official video for “Ghost Dilla” featuring Fortes. With his backpack on, Styles P & Fortes runs through the streets of NYC in this Chris Zino-directed clip above. It serves as the follow up to this week’s “Ghost Energy” video. Check it out.
Styles P "Ghost Energy" Video
Fresh off the release of his new album A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy, which wasn’t supposed to drop until October, Styles P decides to come through today and share a new video for his freestyle over Drizzy’s “Energy.”
The Lox Feat. Von "Real Is Real" Video
The Lox Feat. Von
The Lox haven't put out an album since 2007, but they returned at the end of last year with a new mixtape, The Trinity: 3rd Sermon, which showed the Yonkers veterans in fine form. After putting out the vid to "Now Listen", Jadakiss, Styles P, and Sheek Louch are back with the video to another Trinity highlight, "Real Is Real".
Styles P Feat. Chris Rivers "Ghost Dance" Video
Styles P Feat. Chris Rivers
Styles P has been releasing a ton of new “Ghostly” freestyles in the past couple weeks. With 6 new verses on his Soundcloud page right now, P decides to return with another one, but this time its in visual form.
Styles P Feat. Dyce Payne "Smoke All Day" Video
Styles P Feat. Dyce Payne
Generally known as the most weeded member of The LOX, Styles P has provided many a smoking jam over his lengthy career, and he's still pumping them out. His collaboration with Dyce Payne, "Smoke All Day", is the latest of such, and earns an official video today.Plenty of romantic shots of bong lighting and the like populate the cut scenes, while Styles delivers some classic New York bars, and Dyce gives us a memorable hook.
Boaz Feat. Jadakiss & Styles P "Rootin' 4 The Villain" Video
Boaz Feat. Jadakiss & Styles P
Asa signee of Rostrum Records and a Pittsburgh native, Boaz reps gritty, hard-edged East Coast rap with a historical bent. For his track "Rootin' For The Villain," he linked up with two guys who have been doing that sound for years; Styles P and Jadakiss. Today, we get a video for that track.
The Lox "No Selfies" Video
The LOX are gearing up to release their EP The Trinity: 2nd Sermon on Halloween, and today, they drop off a video for an EP cut. "No Selfies" was previously dropped in audio form, and now we've got some slick visuals to with it, directed by none other than Damon Dash.
Styles P Feat. Chris Rivers "The Myth & The Omen" Video
Styles P Feat. Chris Rivers
Styles P and Chris Rivers recently linked up for the “Never Trust” video back in June, and today the two are back with another visual, this time for “The Myth & The Omen”. The track is an updated version of “The Myth”, which appeared on 2012’s The Diamond Life Project.
Sonnie Carson Feat. Styles P "Never Ran Never Will" Video
Sonnie Carson Feat. Styles P
Sonnie Carson has remained relatively quiet ever since he dropped off his Most Likely To Succeed mixtape back in April. Today, he decides to change all that and revisit the project to share its official video for track #5 “Never Ran Never Will” featuring The Lox’s own Styles P. With his homies backing him up, Sonnie takes to the front steps of a project and captures the street essence of urban lifestyle in this one. Expect to see Styles P, and his fellow Lox member, Jadakiss, as well.
Styles P Feat. Chris Rivers "Never Trust" Video
Styles P Feat. Chris Rivers
Styles P released his project Phantom And The Ghost back in April, and has since shared videos for "Same Scriptures" and "Sour." Now he returns with a visual for "Never Trust," his collaboration with Chris Rivers (the son of Big Pun!). In the video, we see P and Rivers roll out to do some presumably dirty deeds, and rap on street corners and dark alleys. The message is clear here: if you're not with P and Rivers, you're against them.
Styles P Feat. Jadakiss & Rocko "Sour" Video
Styles P Feat. Jadakiss & Rocko
Styles P recently dropped his Phantom And The Ghost solo project, and today he liberates one of the project's highlights, giving it the visual treatment. Fellow Lox veteran Jadakiss joins, as does Atlanta's own Rocko, both contributing memorable verses for the occasion. Before this clip, we were treated to a visual for "Same Scriptures" with Chris Rivers and Dyce Payne. You can take a look at that visual here.
Styles P Feat. Chris Rivers & Dyce Payne "Same Scriptures" Video
Styles P Feat. Chris Rivers & Dyce Payne
Styles P dropped his latest album, Phantom And The Ghost, on iTunes this past week, and the veteran MC also released a full stream of the project for those hesitant to purchase. Today P returns with Big Pun's son, Chris Rivers, as well as newcomer Dyce Payne, on the music video for "Same Scriptures." The visual received direction from G.I. Films / DPTV Films.
50 Cent Feat. Kidd Kidd, Styles P & Prodigy "Chase The Paper" Video
50 Cent Feat. Kidd Kidd, Styles P & Prodigy
50 Cent has kept the visual content off his upcoming project Animal Ambition coming each week. He said recently he shot music videos for basically every track on the LP, so we can expect plenty more in the future. Today, Fif drops off a visual via MTV for "Chase The Paper" with assistance from Kidd Kidd, Styles P and Mobb Deep's Prodigy. Unfortunately this is the clean version, for now.
Styles P "So Deep" Video
Styles P is readying his new album, Phantom and the Ghost, for later this month, and he's now shared a brand new visual from the project. "So Deep" finds the LOX rapper going on over a cerebral beat, as he raps from a balcony overlooking the city of New York. His new album will be available on iTunes April 29th, and will feature guest appearances from the likes of Jadakiss, Rocko, Sheek Louch, Raheem DevAughn, Dyce Payne and more.