Yonkers trio takes it back.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Best Friends Forever.
QB duo plus the Yonkers trio, laced with a Biggie sample would've been 1996's wet dream.
Deliberate Houston emcee Trae Tha Truth picks up the pace a bit, on the LOX featured “Reckless.
Styles and Jadakiss can talk about anything.
It's not a new Lox album, but it's Christmas time and we'll take all the gifts we can get.
Does anyone else remember that Nickelodeon aired some hilariously age inappropriate performances on All That?
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/jay-z-vol-2-back-cover.jpeg"></a>Words By <a href="https://twitter.com/preezydakid">Preezy Da Kid</a> Back when Bill Gates was the first coming of Mark Zuckerberg, the all-star posse cut was as popular as ever.
Jada, Styles and Sheek take the NWTS' "Pound Cake" instrumental and thug it out for their own rendition.
When the words "The LOX" and "summer" are paired together, I automatically think of white tees, fitted caps and ice cream trucks.
Video Soul was a must-watch back in the day.
Despite key associations and enough talent to justify two-decade-long solo careers for each member, The Lox had their only legitimate hit in 1998's "Money, Power, Respect.
Turning gunplay and violence into a conceptually sound song is an art form that very few rappers accomplish on the regular.
"You the next aggin.
Of all people, <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/camron">Cam'ron</a> knows money is the biggest motivator of all.