Video: Styles P – Alone In The Streets (Live)

At B.B. Kings on Thursday night.


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15 Responses to “Video: Styles P – Alone In The Streets (Live)”

  1. HHF Says:

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  2. k Says:

    “The Shrinking Market Is Changing the Face of Hip-Hop”:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/30/arts/music/30sann.html?_r=1&oref=slogin

    does anyone know anything about kalefa sanneh? his/her articles and reviews in the nytimes are always on point…

  3. eskay Says:

    >>does anyone know anything about kalefa sanneh? his/her articles and reviews in the nytimes are always on point…

    he’s the token black writer over there. but yeah, he’s on point.

  4. Digital scales Says:

    i4.tinypic.com/82k9mbd.jpg

    what ya think about that?

  5. cmac Says:

    bitchimightbe

  6. Rudedogg Says:

    That show was great, my fav of ’07 for sure. I’m a bigger Styles fan, but I thought jada killed it. His vocal quality was mastery.

  7. uhhhh Says:

    yea i couldnt believe their song selection

    only recognize woulda made it better

  8. Rudedogg Says:

    I was screamin for recognize, not too much though

  9. e-dubbs Says:

    its a shame these guys are still wasting airspace with subpar lyrics, horrible stage presence and poor tastes in fashion.

  10. GREAT ZEEE Says:

    HIP HOP = DISCO
    DARK = GRIME

  11. Big Shelly Says:

    i love p’s g unit wife beater lol

  12. Rudedogg Says:

    Thanks for all the Styles videos eskay. Thanks for the fashion tips e-dubb.

  13. pops Says:

    subpar lyrics? huh? styles is a beast. somebody needs to ‘recognize.’ that joint was probably for you.

  14. pops Says:

    subpar lyrics? huh? styles is a beast. somebody needs to ‘recognize.’ that joint was probably for you.

    http://a347.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/75/l_a1b2b9799aa69c5a3e72673d68fc254a.jpg

  15. Metal Lungies » Blog Archive » Best Of 2007: Buhizzle’s 10 Favorite Songs From Not-Favorite Albums. Says:

    [...] I’ve never been too big of a fan of The LOX/D-Block — they’ve got plenty of bangers in their group and solo catalogs, but, with the exception of 2000’s We Are The Streets, none of their albums really jumped out at me as being particularly great (including SP’s late-’07 release). But, nevertheless, hearing all 3 of ‘em on the same track again was like a breath of fresh air. The fact that the track was done by Pete Rock (who has quietly been putting in some great work over the last couple years) only adds to this song’s quality. And, the more I read about their instant classic show at B.B. King’s last week, the more I want to go back and re-listen to their older albums. [...]

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