Styles P & Jadakiss Announce ‘Masters Of The In & Out Flow’ Concert In New York
The LOX rappers took to Instagram on Monday (November 7) to ask fans to come and “witness history” at their end of year gig dubbed “Back To Back: Masters of the In & Out Flow.” The show is set to take place on December 16.
“NYC!!!! my brother @jadakiss and myself 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 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.”
News of the show comes after Styles P recently announced plans to retire as a solo artist — but not before he gives his fans two more albums.
The LOX veteran took to Instagram last month with a lengthy farewell dedicated to his devoted fans, and said he’s merely stepping away from the microphone so he can 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 continued by noting he still plans on working with his LOX brethren Jadakiss and Sheek Louch, but that aside from a feature here and there his solo output will soon cease. He added that he’s on several “important boards” that he’ll dedicate more of his time to, and additionally said he’ll be stepping away from his juice company Juices For Life.
He added that he still plans to release “two more solo projects,” but wouldn’t offer any more details surrounding them.
Meanwhile, Jadakiss and Styles stopped by Mariah Carey’s Global Citizen Festival performance last month to deliver the trio’s “We Belong Together” remix.
The two New York MC’s were welcomed onstage by Carey, who ushered them on by singing the opening hook for the “We Belong Together” revamp acapella, which appears on the 2005 Ultra Platinum edition of The Emancipation of Mimi.
This marked the first time the three artists had performed the remix together since December 31, 2005, when Mariah and both MC’s performed it on a Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special.