1. Three Kings
3. Love Me Or Leave Me Alone
4. Talk About It
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The LOX are back with a vengeance and living off experience gained since their early days in Yonkers, as you'll hear when you listen to "We Are the Streets 2" on their freeapp. It's a continuation of the raw sound they first laid down in those underground mix tapes 20 years ago, and it's setting them up for even bigger things to come.
Jason "Jadakiss" Phillips, David "Styles P" Styles, and Sean "SheekLouch" Jacobs first got together in high school, playing local shows and producing their own demos. They made their debut in 1994 on Main Source's "Set It Off" and eventually caught the ear of the "Queen of Hip Hop Soul," Mary J. Blige, who passed their demo to Sean "Puffy" Combs. Puffy signed them to a deal on his Bad Boy label and The LOX (stands for Living Off eXperience) were unleashed upon the world.
The LOX later managed to get out of their contract with Bad Boy and signed with Ruff Ryders/Interscope, who better fit their hardcore image. After 2000's "We Are the Streets," the trio went their separate ways for a while before collaborating with Wu-Tang Clan in 2012. That led to a resurgence that has culminated in "We Are the Streets 2."
Tokyo Raid is described as a bold, brave fuzz driven cocktail of neo-psych, garage, punk and straight ahead rock. Check out their songs available on iTunes!
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