The LOX On Showmanship, Brotherhood, Dipset Verzuz + More

The LOX On Showmanship, Brotherhood, Dipset Verzuz + More

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37 Responses

  1. jimmynickles804 says:

    The most powerful words came from Sheek. This is when you know it’s all love and real brothers are together. Sheek wanted to do other songs and other freestyles, but he basically said Kiss had the hot hand, keep feeding him the ball until they stop’em! That man won’t worried about shining(even though he could have) he just wanted the team to win. So everyone who said it was Kiss versus Dipset,, now we know what really happened, The LOX are just team players…Kiss may have put up 50 points, but they all walked away with the same championship ring!!

  2. Ms. L*M*B says:

    The LOX is proof that when you respect one another and don’t allow outsiders to influence anything you can really be successful. Can we salute 3 BLACK MEN for staying together all these years without any public fallouts, disagreements, etc. On another note, I LOVE THESE DUDES!


    ‘ He ain’t kick my body he hit my hip’ 😂😂😂

  4. amorn911 says:

    I’m Born and raised in Yonkers. Same age as kiss, P, and Louch. Hung with them a handful of times. These 3 guys have Always been hot. Always! Most humble dudes on the industry. 3 best friends that always stayed a step ahead of the hip hop curve. You young heads who just got plugged into the LOX have 25 years of material to listen to. All Dope.

    • TruthSeeker1Ty says:

      Y.O stand up I used be on Warburton Ave I passed them everyday back and forth to the square even smoked with them a few times. 3 of the humblest dudes

    • Joel Narmer says:

      Y.O 🤞🏾🤞🏾

    • Ebony ApplePy says:

      Yeah they seem really humble and normal not gassed even after they washed a “modern” group. Ppl keep saying if Dipset had this person or that person then xyz. No! It took more than just dope bars for them to win. It took preparation, planning, punctuality, breath control, respecting your fans and the contract, memorizing the words, having a great DJ who’s insync with the group, STUDYING YOUR OPPONENT, caring about your appearance, and respecting your craft. Mc’ing is an artform that you must respect and keep sharp or else you’ll just be a washed up rapper.

    • Aretha Brown says:

      It’s good to hear that they are humble! Their interview skills are too❤️

    • james knight says:

      @Ebony ApplePy it also takes a better catalog with more hits, which Dipset has neither on The LOX

  5. Michael Thompson says:

    Cherish these dudes man, the best trio NY ever produced! Been rocking with these dudes since the 90’s , hip hop royalty! That Verzuz was performance perfection! With Kiss playing Tom Brady calling the signals, Styles catching them deep balls, and Sheek blocking and clearing out the middle. I still got that Verzuz on repeat, one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen in hip hop and I’m in my 40’s! Salute to da gods!

  6. Hussle Crowe says:

    I’m glad to hear Cam is one of them authentic dudes. He seem like a real one.

  7. Darius W. says:

    Man I’m old school hip hop. These dudes raised me. That “we are the streets” album I bought about 6 times. The cassette and CD, even bought it bootleg from a gas station in Chicago. When I say I love these dudes man I love these dude. No homo. The ruff ryders DMX, Swiss beats, The lox, EVE New York wave was ba-nan-as!!!!!! I been down with the lox since money power respect and Jiggy, Bad boy days 🔥🔥🔥🔥

    • MANTE says:

      What’s the hardest songs on there?

    • Darius W. says:

      @MANTE can I live, breathe easy, blood pressure, recognize, F you. Man whole album 🔥🔥🔥 and those aren’t even the ones that got the heavy airplay ( the more commercial ones) like wild out, ride or die chick. But let me say “f you” is the hardest song on the album. That’s the song they opened up the verzuz battle with. Kiss: everybody’s a snake that’s why I keep the grass cut/so I can see em’ when they coming and I heat they ass up/ cause them niggas that you went to school with/ will catch you while you in your new whip and turn your brains into cool whip/ brah!!!!!! That song is in my top 5 hardest songs of my entire life lmfao no lie

    • MANTE says:

      @Darius W. agreed 🤝

    • Ronald Mack says:

      👻💋🦍 for the W

  8. sheishiphop says:

    Lifetime achievement award for these dudes is long overdue!!!! Ain’t nobody better than Lox…💪🏾🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

  9. sheemstar says:

    Dope how they gave diddy his props about teaching them showmanship. If one artist is on the left, then someone else should be on the right and in the middle. Spread and control the stage

  10. Lionsroar_Fitness77 says:

    I don’t even like the breakfast club but the lox made this whole interview enjoyable

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