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 6 years ago '07        #161
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Angelous- 45. He was the n*gga that sounded like Jigga. I can't find that song anywhere.
 6 years ago '10        #162
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 NO RELIGION said:
I've never heard it,but I remember people talking about in 2001.
I think he removed the verse the moment Aaliyah died.

He did what Game, did on that my life track towards Eminem.
 6 years ago '12        #163
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 NO RELIGION said:
thing is SOMEBODY has to have it. Even if he edited the line a n*gga out there has to have mixtape he said the sh*t on.
Exactly. It doesn't exist.
 6 years ago '10        #164
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 NO RELIGION said:
thing is SOMEBODY has to have it. Even if he edited the line a n*gga out there has to have mixtape he said the sh*t on.
This huge Aaliyah fan I knew said she heard the line way back when AOL had the mp3 players in 2001, she couldn't download it.

She was pissed at Styles P.
 6 years ago '06        #165
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 TheAwesomeOne said:
Okay this might be one of the hard ones.
I'm never gonna understand why people don't release tha sh*t all the fans want,fu*kin unsolved mystery
 6 years ago '04        #166
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um... the people asking for the styles p diss to aaliyah

yall do realize styles already said in a interview he never said that line, right?
 6 years ago '05        #167
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 FlyElite23 said:
Prodigy's book's epub or pdf file
I got the audio book, but I'd like a PDF too. Never seem to really be in the mood to list to it
 6 years ago '12        #168
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 Young Hov said:
um... the people asking for the styles p diss to aaliyah

yall do realize styles already said in a interview he never said that line, right?
I knew i wasn't the only one who knew this. But it sucks cuz the interview seems to be just as hard to find. I found only two lines of it, its credited to Allhiphop.com and Styles says he has too much respect for people that died to say something like that, but i can't ever find the whole interview.
 6 years ago '05        #169
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 Rendition said:
like i said in this thread

there was a picture online of a young Cam'ron holding a sign in the blistering cold because he skipped school and his mom was punishing him

i know i saw it on 1 of those old dipset messageboards

 TheAwesomeOne said:
Yeah. i remember this song. It was on that Realest n*ggas Down South Double CD. it had some bangers on there. I know for a fact my boy bought it when it came out. IDK if he still got it tho. Ill try to find a link cuz i want that sh*t too.

Found Disc 2. But it aint letting me DL it


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 6 years ago '12        #170
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 THEINFAMOUS said:



Yeah. i remember this song. It was on that Realest n*ggas Down South Double CD. it had some bangers on there. I know for a fact my boy bought it when it came out. IDK if he still got it tho. Ill try to find a link cuz i want that sh*t too.

Found Disc 2. But it aint letting me DL it


Try that, u have to register i think tho.
 6 years ago '04        #171
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 ddoucette214 said:
I knew i wasn't the only one who knew this. But it sucks cuz the interview seems to be just as hard to find. I found only two lines of it, its credited to Allhiphop.com and Styles says he has too much respect for people that died to say something like that, but i can't ever find the whole interview.
Here's the interview playboy

AllHipHop.com: Who was Styles P before the deal?

Styles P: A kid with a mother from Africa coming up in the hood doing what he got to do to survive, a real smart kid. Real talented in junior high, got kicked out though. I went to three different junior high schools, working stock jobs, selling drugs, doing anything I could to get a buck. You got to understand I was twelve years old in the hood and I had a moms from Africa, so she wasnít really up on copping Nikes and sh*t. In Ď86 I get into selling crack. At first I used to just bag up and make money off that. Then we got our own sh*t. I was mad young, and had our own block with our own product. While Iím pumping Iím working at a job; just doing everything I got to do. Sheek and Kiss were really polished. I was good in the street but I wasnít good in the booth. It was like they were EPMD and I was Redman. But then I guess from being together all the time 24/7 I progressed as an MC.

AllHipHop.com: What was your first time meeting B.I.G. like?

Styles P: It was a pleasure meeting B.I.G. We met and we flowed and that ni**a was like, You nice. He was a humble dude. It was crazy; whoever was our man he treated like he was his man; he was a real embracing dude. He had a love for the art. He respected ni***s that could rap. B.I.G. was an MC so he only respected nice ni**as. He didnít respect ni**as who werenít nice.

AllHipHop.com: Did The LOX start working on Money, Power & Respect immediately after signing?

Styles P: I think we started right away. We did ďYouíll SeeĒ and ďNi**as Done Started SomethingĒ and all kind of mixtape sh*t. We were working as soon as we came through the door. We got right at it.

AllHipHop.com: Did you ever bump heads with Puff artistically early on?

Styles P: It be some sh*t like, Damn, with the rhyming. Heíll be like that ainít it and as an MC you know thatís it! I think that was our only problem. We were from two totally different worlds at that time. Heís from that big money hustle world and we on some hustle sh*t too but on some outsider sh*t. It was a clash of identities.

AllHipHop.com: One of the LOXís best freestyles is the one you guys did with B.I.G. over the ďC.R.E.A.M.Ē beat. How was the session for that joint?

Styles P: Mad liquor mad smoke and we went in. We would go to his sessions, he would go to ours. It was incredible. Sitting in there for the Life After death sessions I canít even explain to you. To watch that man work was f*cking incredible, it was mad Bacardi Limon, mad weed, mad mayonnaise jars and all of that. To tell you the truth I never seen B.I.G. roll a blunt and I never seen him drive. B.I.G. was a mobster for real. He was smooth, and fly; he was the king of the city for real. I remember some times waking up, everybody in the session f***ed up and I would see B.I.G. nodding his head hard and everyone out! He was going in, it was incredible.

AllHipHop.com: After B.I.G. was murdered in Los Angeles, did Puff ever come to you and ask not to talk to the police about the murder?

Styles P: We were no where near Puff at the time. We had a problem with Puff at the time. We f*cked with B.I.G. heavy. Once he was gone we werenít chilling with Puff, we had a problem with him.

AllHipHop.com: So after B.I.G. passes Puff and MA$E drop their solos and pop off heavy. The Lox release Money, Power & Respect. What kind of reception where you getting in the streets when it dropped?

Styles P: I think a lot of people wanted to hear more mixtape sh*t, but we got a lot of love from that album too. That album was classic, I love that album. It was just that we didnít do the album we wanted. We wanted to do We Are The Streets the first time. We respected his vision and did what he wanted [us] to do.

AllHipHop.com: So youíre even cool with joints that were more commercial like ďIf You Think Iím JiggyĒ?

Styles P: Hell yeah. That joint is knocking. I could do that right now at a show and people would party to it, straight up. Mad joints on there that were sick. All the solos on there were sick.

AllHipHop.com: Were the streets looking at you guys funny because of the shiny suits?

Styles P: Nah, nobody was talking about the shiny suits until we flipped! Nobody was mad at that at the time. It was part of the industry. We werenít with that.

AllHipHop.com: So when did things start to get tense between The Lox and Bad Boy?

Styles P: I donít really recall to tell you the truth. Like me I think I was the one that always had the problem. I was just uncomfortable. If I donít like something Iím going to say. I was always the most ignorant off scratch.

AllHipHop.com: Is it true you threw a chair at Puff during one of your meetings trying to get out of your deal with Bad Boy?

Styles P: No doubt. I was just frustrated on how things were going down.

AllHipHop.com: Who was in the meeting?

Styles P: Puff and his security were in the meeting. Us three, I think Dee from Ruff Ryders and a couple of other people. It was just instinct. I was like youíre not going to let us off [the label]? I was like f*ck that you going to let us off. The chair didnít hit him, it missed him the by the skin of his teeth. I hurt my ankle throwing the chair I was so mad. I got up and twisted it. My ni**as hemmed me up. I had the thing on me at the time.

AllHipHop.com: Yaíll started the ďLet The Lox GoĒ campaign soon after correct? Did you think it was going to be embraced in the streets so heavy?

Styles P: Hell no. I didnít expect sh*t. I always knew [we] had the streets. We were some new ni**as on some old school sh*t. A lot of people donít know but Yonkers is a real MC place. If you say you rap you got to be able to hold it.

AllHipHop.com: You get your walking papers from Bad Boy. Do you think Diddy did The Lox dirty by asking for three million dollars and slices of each memberís publishing?

Styles P: They ainít really do us dirty is what the world donít know. Thatís what the whole world donít know. They did us what you supposed to do when you sign a contract like, to the contract we signed. We signed the standard industry contract. We didnít sign nothing that other muthaf*ckers didnít sign, we just wasnít happy with it. The standard industry contract is literally r*pe. Mad ni**as just wont tell you that because they making money, they big time, they hustlers, but we had probably what the average artist out had around that time. Thatís why if you look back in the books of how many ni**as wanted to be let go of their contract and how much sh*t went down after that on some many different labels and so many places up to this day, you understand what we were saying.

We just had the balls to go, Yo, we from the f*cking place where we donít give a f*ck, nobody really gives a f*ck, weíve been f*cked up before, we know how to be f*cked up getting money [and] weíll do it again. I just think we had the balls. It wasnít r*pe, even what we signed is what we signed. It was standard in the industry, but you as an artist and as a man should know your worth and that you should be getting more than that, so itís renegotiation time. Usually with renegotiation you sign a contract, itís standard and you get to get more sh*t as you sell more and as you renegotiate. So if you donít get to do that though, you stuck in that zone. Now if you donít know how to finagle your way out or figure out how to get up out of there or f!ght for your rights or just say f*ck it Iím not having thatÖthen you are going to get caught up in that. I think we just had enough nerves to say nah man f*** all of that.

AllHipHop.com: So you donít think the three million and the publishing rights was excessive?

Styles P: Everything is excessive when you sign something. It is what it is, if thereís a thousand ni**aís before us who signed something the same and there a thousand muthaf*ckers after us who signed something the same right? You think we signed a different contract from any other artist over there or any other artist in the industry at that time?

AllHipHop.com: You leave Bad Boy and run with Ruff Ryders who is the number one label that year. Can you describe that time?

Styles P: Great because we held ourselves down with mixtapes, we had the hood in a headlock. To tell you the truth at that time I was thinking if I can make a few dollars I would be aight because I knew what to do with a few dollars. That was my mind state at that time.

AllHipHop.com: So The LOX start recording We Are The Streets, did you feel that you had to prove yourselves?

Styles P: We were hot on the mixtapes; we knew no one was hotter than us on the streets. We were different kinds of dudes. We were doing it for the average dude who loved it and was in the hallway with his little hundred pack playing his radio. We knew who we were doing it for, we knew who loved us. Ni**aís seen us in The Tunnel deep with no security, if it goes it goes.

AllHipHop.com: Speaking of The Tunnel, is it true you guys where the cause for the club being shut down for life?

Styles P: We shut down that sh*t. We were the last show there, we the reason itís shut. You know someone got popped. That wasnít our fault, itís just the energy be like that when we in there. Thatís how it was.

AllHipHop.com: So in 2000 Jadakiss and Beans get into it. Who do you think had the better record?

Styles P: I thought it was a tie. Both ni**as went hard.

AllHipHop.com: You then get pulled into it and you go at Roc-A-Fella hard on the freestyle you did on Ray-Jís ďWait A MinuteĒ beat.

Styles P.: I was just feeling like I know Iím the hardest on the streets. I came to reality that ni**as had me on that fly sh*t, that slick sh*t. I think I just woke up one day and knew ni**as couldnít f*ck with me on the street sh*t. I lived this sh*t, I know these ni**as donít live that sh*t because they scared. I came into the game with a dope charge, a gun charge, an a.ssault charge. Iíve been through it.

AllHipHop.com: There was a rumor saying you had said something foul about Aaliyah after she died in one of your rhymes during that whole beef.

Styles P.: That was crazy. I would of never said that, I have to many dead people and a respect for dead people to say that.


AllHipHop.com: You drop your solo debut A Gangster And A Gentleman; you supposedly where the only member of the group that recouped any money off their solo projects?

Styles P.: I guess I was really business minded right after the Puff sh*t. People knew me for being so street, they didnít expect me to be so business wise. I really wanted to go independent is what everyone doesnít know with my first album. I could have gotten out of my contract with Interscope but it would have been a two year hold. At the time I was putting in heavy mixtape work.

AllHipHop.com: Whatís the big hold up with a new LOX album?

Styles P: I think us knowing the game and knowing what we can get off of it. And then we not having the publishing straight. We been running, running, and running but giving someone else the money.

AllHipHop.com: You went on the radio and had a heated exchange with Diddy about him still holding your publishing.

Styles P: We werenít up there to do that. We had a plan to get off from Interscope, but whatís the point of getting off Interscope if you donít own all your publishing?

AllHipHop.com: How did the meeting with Diddy go when you did meet up with him?

Styles P: Great. I love Puff. He didnít have to do what he did.

AllHipHop.com: How did you feel about when Jadakiss threw DJ Green Latern under the bus by having him on speakerphone?

Styles P: I didnít cosign that. I felt both of them could have handled it differently. When you know someone personally you know they could of dealt with it another way.

AllHipHop.com: Time Is Money finally comes out but after getting pushed back several times. How do you feel about that album now?

Styles P: I love Time Is Money but I ainít love when it came out. If it would of came out before it leaked, that sh*t would of f*cked the world up.

AllHipHop.com: Where do you stand with the J. Hood situation?

Styles P: He was going to be off the label before he started doing all that dumb sh*t. He should of used his brain. We will let him off but he got to come speak to us first. Make a public apology the same way he went on the Internet and acted like a f*cking buffoon with the dragging of and disrespecting of the chain. Tell him to get on the Internet and make it nice and humble and heíll be right off.

AllHipHop.com: What can your hardcore fans expect with the new album Super Gangster, Extraordinary Gentleman?

Styles P.: They can expect it. Thatís what I got going on, it. Fire, I got fire man. I got a real 90ís vibe, I got extensive bars. I got Hi-Tek, Alchemist, Swizz, Kid Capri, Ghost Face, Beanie, Black Thought. Itís epic. I think this [is] better than my first, I think this is my best work to date. I feel how I felt on my first album but way more advanced. Smarter, intelligent, more potent, more raw; I canít wait for the street date. Not for the sales, but I just want people to listen. You could put the top five MCís out today in a room and they couldnít f*ck with me.
 6 years ago '05        #172
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 ddoucette214 said:


Try that, u have to register i think tho.
It shows the 3rd link on there. but it says file not found



Its prolly the same links from this site
 6 years ago '12        #173
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 Young Hov said:
Here's the interview playboy
Oh sh*t, thanks homie i had been lookin everywhere for this. But theres pretty much the proof to anybody who thinks the diss is real. Its just an urban legend the line was never said.
 6 years ago '07        #174
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 05-22-2012, 01:37 PM         #175
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 ddoucette214 said:
Thanks that's the one good looking out :-)
 05-22-2012, 01:40 PM         #176
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 TheAwesomeOne said:






I'm still looking for number 1. I am getting close.
Lol, good looking out, as far as number one goes, if it helps to know it was on a mixtape that Envy and Big Mike did, one of those R&B series and it came out 03-04 or something like that, it was an R&B group that featuring Beans on it :-)
 6 years ago '11        #177
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A classic joe budden ALBUM
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 6 years ago '05        #178
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Roscoe P. Coldchain's Star Trak album...
 6 years ago '09        #179
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This ONE fu*king Cassidy song Ive been looking for since 2003...came out a little bit before his debut dropped

Was posted on hiphopgame.com in the audio section. I emailed them to get access into older archives and they never responded

Its a song with three verses and Swizz Beats talking in between each verse.....fu*k I would pay for that song
 6 years ago '09        #180
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 TheAwesomeOne said:
Freestyle or what? I need to know a little bit more.
Well the song was released (Im sure it was on some mixtape...although I heard it on as a song on the site) in the Fall of 2003....somewhere between October and November and its not a freestyle...I think it might have been 3 snippets of his debut all put into one song and swizz talking in between the verses.

$10 for you if you can find it....that fu*king song Looking for it for years goddammit!
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