Jadakiss and the Lox have been giving us street anthems to pull capers to for 20 years and they're still going strong. Styles has been dropping projects left and right the last few years and even wrote a book, Sheek Louch is releasing Silverback Gorilla 2 towards the end of the year, and Kiss is finally giving us the long-awaited Top 5 Dead or Alive on Nov. 20. (You can pre-order the album right here.)
A few weeks back, Jadakiss took us on a tour of his hometown of Yonkers, N.Y. First, he showed us the building where his Big Wheel was stolen from. While he stands in front, he shares stories of being a latchkey kid and his early days rapping . We then take a trip to his grammar school, Our Lady of the Rosary Elementary, where he talks about being in talent shows for break-dancing and rapping. Later, Kiss takes us to the neighborhood where he used to hustle, a place that inspired many of his raps. And finally, we end the day at the barbershop to talk about his place in the top five, dead or alive conversation.