The Lox Talk New Mixtape, Ma$e Returning To Rap & Gangster Pastors
Veteran rap group The Lox recently gifted their fans with the 11-track free project The Trinity (3rd Sermon). The Yonkers trio visited The Breakfast Club to talk about the third installment in their Trinity series. They also discussed another former Bad Boy artist’s decision to step back into the Hip Hop spotlight.
Sheek Louch, Styles P, and Jadakiss revealed Ma$e wanted to jump on a remix to their mixtape’s closing song “No Selfies.” The conversation eventually turned to the Harlem rapper’s return to rapping after spending time as a pastor.
“I still call him Murda,” said Sheek. “I just showed Kiss the other day his sermon. Ma$e used to preach to thousands of people.”
“That killed me looking at that,” responded Kiss. “They’re lucky I wasn’t there. I would have burst out [laughing]. They would have escorted me out of that joint.”
When co-host Charlamagne Tha God shared he previously told Ma$e that the public is having a hard time following him because his professional shifts may make him come off as inauthentic, Styles offered a different perspective.
“It ain’t that, cause mostly even gangster rappers rap about God, hard life, and some connection to the God of creation,” said Styles.
“There’s no such thing as a gangster pastor though,” added Jadakiss.
“I would have to disagree with you brother. They got the collection plate running. That’s gangster,” said Styles.
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