Jadakiss Says Diddy Offered L.O.X. One Album Deal
This would be the first L.O.X. album to feature the Bad Boy name since the group’s debut over a decade ago. Jadakiss has attributed a lack of industry savy on the L.O.X. part as one of the reasons for the split but acknowledges, “We learned a lot from [Diddy].” Jadakiss also believes this possible reconciliation “shows maturity as artists, it shows respect as men” and that “if we all make dollars thenit can all make sense.” As of right now no deal has been finalized as the Yonkers group continues to put the finishing touches on the new album.
In the last decade, the L.O.X. have operated under the moniker D-Block [click to read], with an assortment of other members assisting the core three. They have released albums through Koch.
Last week, Diddy freed fellow '90s Bad Boy rapper Mase from the famed label, after years of hold-ups.