Editors’ Notes Jadakiss rose to prominence in the late '90s alongside Styles P and Sheek Louch as part of The LOX. After signing to Puff Daddy's Bad Boy Records, they became the roster's grit during the shiny suit era with Kiss's punchlines coming off as the crew's most quotable moments. 2001's Kiss Tha Game Goodbye marked the rapper's solo debut, with beats by The Neptunes and Alchemist adding a soulful touch to his tracks. It was 2004's Kiss of Death that saw the Yonkers representer scoring a mainstream moment though, as he teamed with Anthony Hamilton to coin a political protest song.

SONG
ALBUM
3:46
 
We Gonna Make It (feat. Styles of the Lox)
3:33
 
Why? (feat. Anthony Hamilton)
4:00
 
Knock Yourself Out
3:32
 
You Don't Eat (feat. Puff Daddy)
3:00
 
Time's Up (feat. Nate Dogg)
3:36
 
Who's Real (feat. Swizz Beatz & OJ da Juiceman)
3:11
 
Jason (feat. Swizz Beatz)
4:06
 
Put Ya Hands Up
3:27
 
They Ain't Ready (Explicit)
4:20
 
U Make Me Wanna (feat. Mariah Carey)
4:53
 
Kiss of Death (feat. Jadakiss)
3:43
 
You Can See (feat. Future)
3:15
 
Feel Me
2:00
 
By Your Side
3:51
 
Letter to B.I.G.
3:59
 

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