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Sheek Louch, Styles P, and Jadakiss, collectively known as The Lox. (Photo by Derrel Jazz Johnson for rolling out.)

The Lox, Redman and Method Man close out ‘50 & Forever’ in New York

The Lox opened the show, which took place on the Rooftop at Pier 17 in lower Manhattan in New York City, with the hip-hop anthem “Money, Power, Respect” from their 1998 debut album of the same name, followed by “All For The Love,” the Jadakiss solo song from the same album.

Jadakiss celebrating the 50th anniversary of hip hop. (Photo by and courtesy of credit @calligrafist.)

Jadakiss on joining 50 Cent on the Final Lap tour, names all-time favorites

Jadakiss has had a busy week in New York City on the eve of the 50th anniversary of hip-hop. Rolling out spoke exclusively with one-third of the hip-hop trio the Lox while participating in a lighting ceremony at the world-famous Empire State Building for the historic hip-hop milestone about surprising guests by performing with 50 Cent at the Final Lap tour, New York City’s hip-hop-loving mayor, Eric Adams, and some of his favorite hip-hop artists of all time.

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Jadakiss honors his friend with ‘Ignatius’

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Jadakiss breaks down the craft of rap lyricism at Art Basel

For Jadakiss, his love for music came when he was introduced to it by family members. “[I fell in love with rap] by hearing the music they were playing as I was growing up,” Jadakiss said. “They introduced me to hip-hop. My early influences range from The Furious Five, Run-D.M.C., [and] The Sugar Hill Gang. When it came to R&B, it was The Whispers and Luther Vandross. My mom was playing that music at the crib.”

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