It’s been nearly 16 years since Sheek Louch, Jadakiss & Styles P officially dropped off a studio album as The Lox, but thankfully that drought ends here today with Filthy America…It’s Beautiful.

Laced with 12 records in total, the follow up to 2000’s We Are The Streets features guest appearances from Gucci Mane, Fetty Wap, Mobb Deep, Pete Rock, Dyce Payne, and Infa-Red. Here’s what Styles P (and Sheek) had to say about the album in a recent interview with Billboard:

"I would say [this project is] more for our core fan base but with a newer feel. Same vibe, music, but we didn't go with old school-sounding beats. We not trying to sell you the '90s. We just selling you good rap." He adds, "We not trying to sell you a time because a lot of old '90s rappers get caught up and [think] it has to be that way. Times change ... What we giving you is something organic to ride to and say wow. We just giving you a chapter out the book."

"We didn’t want to get too political. And when we say, “Oh, filthy America, it’s beautiful," it’s basically being out the country, you see a lot is going on right here. It’s real terrible here, but when you get to other places, you appreciate it," explains Sheek. "But don’t look for a whole political album." 

Available now on iTunes, fans can stream the album in its entirety (below) thanks to Apple Music. Look out for We Are The Streets 2 to be on the way as well.