Styles P – Ghost Credible
David Styles , better known by his stage name, Styles P, David Styles discharge another single “Ghost Credible” is an American rapper, author, and entrepreneur. He is prominently known as a member of Hip Hop group The Lox, founder of D-Block Records and is also a part of the Ruff Ryders hip-hop group, and in addition has released multiple albums and mixtapes as a solo MC.
In 2002, he released his debut album A Gangster and a Gentleman. He went on to release Time is Money , Super Gangster (Extraordinary Gentleman) , Master of Ceremonies , The World’s Most Hardest MC Project (2012), Float (2013), Phantom and the Ghost , and A Wise Guy and a Wise Guy .
Styles P, a member of The LOX and the larger D-Block Hip-Hop collective, grew up in Yonkers, New York rapping alongside Jadakiss (Jason Phillips) and Sheek Louch (Shawn Jacobs). In their late teens the trio met Mary J. Blige who was so impressed with their tough street east coast lyrics, she gave them a big break by putting their demo in the hands of Sean “Diddy” Combs. Diddy immediately hired the trio to write for Bad Boy Records. With the label, The LOX quickly started collaborating on hits with Diddy, the Notorious B.I.G., Mary J. Blige, and Mariah Carey which gave them instant notoriety and status within the hip-hop and mainstream charts.
In 1996 and 1997, the group wrote and performed on a number of Diddy hits, including “It’s All About the Benjamins” and “I Got the Power”, Mase’s “24 Hrs. to Live”, Mariah Carey‘s “Honey“, the Notorious B.I.G.’s “Last Day“, and Mary J. Blige’s “Can’t Get You Off My Mind“. The LOX received international acclaim when their tribute to the late Biggie Smalls, “We’ll Always Love Big Poppa“, was picked as the B-side track from Diddy’s No Way Out album (3x Platinum) with the number one hit, “I’ll Be Missing You“.
This single was the most played hit in 1997, which opened the door for The LOX first solo album debut in January 1998 entitled Money, Power & Respect (Certified Platinum). Though the album was a chart-topping success, The LOX felt the glossy image of Bad Boy Records conflicted with their grimier rap aesthetic and therefore cut their ties and moved on to Ruff Ryder Records.Now listen to Styles P – Ghost Credible