New York Concert For “Masters of the In & Out Flow” Announced By Styles P & Jadakiss


A unique pre-Christmas event in New York’s Irving Plaza has been announced by Styles P and Jadakiss in an effort to end 2022 on a high note.

The LOX rappers urged followers to attend their end-of-year show, “Back To Back: Masters of the In & Out Flow,” and “see history” on Monday, November 7. The performance is scheduled for December 16.

“NYC!!!! my brother @jadakiss and I wanted to do something special to close out the year,” Styles P captioned the show’s digital flyer. “Dec 16th at the legendary @irvingplaza come to witness history. We will be announcing the artist lineup, @realstraingang strain release, and sponsors in the coming weeks. Get ready!!!”

The post added: “If you’re interested in sponsoring the event contact @doubt_x_belief while there’s time!!!!! Ticket link in my bio.”

The show’s announcement follows Styles P’s recent solo artist retirement announcement, but not before he releases two more albums for his fans.

The LOX veteran posted a lengthy farewell to his devoted followers on Instagram last month, explaining that he was only stepping away from the microphone to be more “spiritually healthy.”

“I believe I have run myself down a tad bit over the past few years,” he wrote. “Being a super hard-working emcee and a health advocate. For one, I’m not really that great at multi-tasking it’s actually my drive that keeps me going and that slack falls back on my family, business partners, and co-workers. I thought about it harder and came to the conclusion that I need to walk away from my solo career period ( I think I gave y’all enough ).”

Styles went on to say that although he still intends to collaborate with his fellow LOX members Jadakiss and Sheek Louch, aside from the occasional feature, his solo career will soon come to an end. He continued by saying that he will devote more of his time to a number of “important boards” and that he will be leaving his juice firm, Juices For Life.

He continued by saying that he still intended to release “two more solo projects,” but he would not provide any further information.

Jadakiss and Styles delivered the group’s “We Belong Together” remix at Mariah Carey’s appearance at the Global Citizen Festival last month.

Carey sang the acapella opening hook for the “We Belong Together” remix, which is featured on the 2005 Ultra Platinum edition of The Emancipation of Mimi, as she brought the two New York MCs onto the stage.

Since Mariah and both MCs performed the remix on a Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special on December 31, 2005, the three performers hadn’t performed the song together.

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