The LOX Have Big Plans For 2019. A New Song Shows They’re Just Getting Started (Audio)

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Last month, Jadakiss told Joe Budden that The LOX have a lot planned for 2019. This reported agenda includes a fourth album, a documentary, and solo ventures. ‘Kiss, Styles P, and Sheek Louch get the party started with “On That Sh*t.” The Donnie G. record features Holiday Styles and J-A-D-A. Over a haunting beat, Sheek starts things off. “I been on that sh*t, I got greedier / I just don’t talk about my sh*t on social media / I’m grown as sh*t / Now, everything I do, I want some ownership,” spits the Yonkers, New York veteran. Styles follows with a menacing verse about taking no prisoners, stacking chips, and popping collars. Jadakiss closes out the song going back to his days hustling, and the fundamentals that he has carried with him into Rap stardom.

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Sheek last released Silverback Gorilla 2 in 2015. That LP featured Ghostface Killah, Pusha-T, Fabolous, Swizz Beatz, and Billy Danze, among others. Last week, Styles P released S.P. The GOAT: Ghost Of All Time, including work with Lil Fame, Jada’, and Louch.

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