News: The Lox & Puff Daddy Have A NYC Sit Down, "In Meeting W/ Diddy!!!"
Wednesday, Dec 16, 2009 2:30PM
Last night, The Lox and Diddy linked for secret meeting in New York and publicly announced the gathering through their own Twitter pages.
Taking place in Harlem, Styles P said he was having an organic drink with Puff.
"In meeting with @iamdiddy !!! And the rest of the lox!," Styles wrote Tuesday (December 15) night. "@DJOP BARK IS THE TRUTH!!!!" (Styles P's Twitter)
Diddy also confirmed the gathering was taking place in the Big Apple.
"In a meeting with the LOX!Let's go!!!," he wrote. "Having a bark shot and juicing up with my brother @therealstylesp fruits of life 125th btw park and madison 1! On way to latin quarters with the bad boy dirty money crew!!!! Let's go nyc! Let's go! Let's go!" (Diddy's Twitter)
According to Lox's Sheek Louch, an exact release date for their new album has not yet been determined, however, the Bad Boy reunion is still expected.
"I got an answer for that, I really think I got an answer," Sheek said about the forthcoming album. "Yo word up, top of the year, Lox album is coming. I would love for it to come then, we're working actually with Puff, with Sean Combs. We working out that. Puff Daddy, we working that out. We working that out and hopefully it goes down. It's gonna be Interscope/Bad Boy/D-Block. Oh yo, slash Ruff Ryders, I'm sorry, I can't leave my boys out. It's like a big thing because we still Interscope. We still Ruff Ryders. It'll be a nice thing." ("On-Air Idiots")
From Jadakiss' perspective, a new Lox album is well over-due to the fans.
"Our main focus right now is that Lox album," Jada stressed in an interview. "It might be coming out through Diddy, it might be coming out through some other people, but it's going down. Yeah, Diddy just did a new deal with Interscope as y'all know with his Dirty Money and all his other stuff, he put an offer out there for a one album deal over there, so you know, we thinking about making it. If it don't make dollars, it could make cents and we'll do it again. It's about the evolution, it's about growing. We came into the business with him, despite our differences [because] of our lack of knowledge in the game and other sh*t and what so, we still learned a lot from him and to work all them things out and make a full 360 and possibly work again with him after ten years -- that would be incredible. It shows maturity as artists, it shows respect as men and it's good for the outside far as what he can do for us and what we can do for him." (Power 99)
Check out Sheek Louch speaking on Diddy & Bad Boy Records below: