Posts Tagged ‘Styles P’
If you ain’t built for the sh!t, then admit it. I respect that.
– Styles P
I can hype man myself. You don’t hear my sh!t?
– Styles P
The beat beef continues between The Ghost and these tracks maaaan. SP do ’em dirty! Gully level Hip-Hop done in the best way. Another in a what has become a long line of looseys from The LOX lyricist. On this, “Ghost Don’t” leave any doubt about the skills!
Hey yo Pinero, can you do a li’l something over the “Permission” instrumental from Ro James? Oh you done that and deaded that already?
I’m hilarious. Name ring bells like a phone line carrier’s.
– Styles P
Ah. Dope work. Very! Word, Son. Worrrd!
It’s disturbing when a murderer enjoys homicide.
– Black Thought
Hmmm… somebody took Hip-Hop terminology – killer track, murdering beats, deadin’ emcees and such – super serious! This “Making A Murderer” beat by 9th Wonder set the kindling out just right for them fire azz lyrics from Black Thought and Styles P to light. Yup, they blazed up and burned this thang DOWN!
I see no threats… I mean none at f#ckin’ all!
– Styles P
Rock the horn loop boop-bap, Ghost! Raw kill-at-will lyricism on some ‘ghostly sh!t’ (his words). Double dose of The Ghost – “March Freestyles” – linked below. Stream above.
https://t.co/XYK8FhUEW1. Fuk with ya guy n these 2 new freestyles..
— g -host (@therealstylesp) March 22, 2016
You your brother’s keeper, but Cain killed Abel.
– Styles P
Wooo! Watch out for the double-up up above. Visuals for “Money Change You” / “My Party” (featuring Jadakiss, of course) off SP’s “A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy” (out now).
(And yes, that’s THAT Ayisha Diaz fine self you see in there!)
Shout and respect to Jadakiss and Styles P for this “Welcome To The Bar.” Bartendaz! Your health is your wealth. No truer words spoken. Imagine… the L.O.X. emcees speaking on bars, and the main topic isn’t crime or rhyme schemes. This is a different definition of going hard. Watch and see.
Busta Rhymes – “Respect My Conglomerate 2” feat. Fabolous x Jadakiss x Styles P (Prod. By King Karnov)
Bussa Bus calls. And a hella bunch ‘o hella busy emcees – Fabolous, Jadakiss, Styles P – pick up to come put it down on this “Respect My Conglomerate 2” (produced by King Karnov) collab.
(We would not waste your precious time either. Dopeness. And bonus… FREE download!)
“The Mathematics” is a collaborative contribution to “Roy G. Biv: What A Colourful World” by Talib Kweli and Styles P. Check out the single stream above. You can get the single and album at the Kweli Club web store for… $0.00 (yep, that’s what the price reads right now). Go!
This that grimy sh!t you s’pose to hear in New York! And SP is gonna give it to y’all in raw banger form. Check out the visuals for “Welcome To NY” (featuring Nino Man, Snype Life and Dave East) off “A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy” (out now).
Just in case you know somebody who knows somebody who might hate or wanna forget that SP is legit with the spit. Here’s that heavy evidence. Case (and haters mouths) closed! That “Other Side” you see – good or bad – depends on who you are to Styles P, son! And the “A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy” album is out on iTunes now (linked below).
So, these hardcore Hip-Hop heavyweights decide to go into business outside music. It’s a familiar tale. Not this one; at least not familiar enough. Salute to Styles P and Jadakiss who have decided to bring life back to the block – in the form of juice bars. They serve the real deal, too. We’re not talking about the stuff that may as well be a big cup of sugar water; but the fresh fruit-veggie-vitamin-mineral super-nutrient drinks that provide HEALTHY (and tasty) alternatives to the place up the street that smells like fries or overpriced hot cocoa… or to energy drinks from the convenience store cooler.
Watch the video highlighting the move SP and J-to-tha just made and the positive response from folks in the hood and more. This is Hip-Hop… the LIFEstyle. Good stuff, brothers!
Obviously the whole world can't make it to @JuicesForLife but if we and all the other juice companies spread the word It's a good job done.
— g -host (@therealstylesp) September 2, 2015
Styles P stairwelling and rooftopping it as he pops off bar after bar of heat in this hood video for his “Energy” freestyle. The Ghost goes in over the borrowed beat from Drizzy. Street lyrics paired well with visual delivery that is so gritty.
Latest single (“Top Tier”) off Stat Diddy’s forthcoming album, “Lucky 7” (due out July 7, 2015). Folow the link for the single (featuring Sean Price, Bun B and Styles P) and to pre-order the album below.