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05-16-2007, 02:21 PM
Styles P. and Street Radio Team Up for Ghost Sessions

May 14th, 2007 | Author: Slava Kuperstein
Street Radio, comprised of J. Math and Jimi Kendrix, have teamed up with Styles P. to both A&R and produce 6 tracks for the emcee's upcoming album (http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.5235/title.styles-p-and-street-radio-team-up-for-ghost-sessions#) Ghost Sessions.
"It was crazy to be able to sit with Styles and see what direction hes trying to go. He had a lot of deep verses that were never really released," says J. Math. "Some were just ideas, but we were able to turn them into songs with full soundscapes. We focused on sculpting the sound to be as impactful as the lyrics."
Steet Radio produced the tracks "Poor Folk," featuring Joell Ortiz (and also featured on Ortiz' debut album The Brick: Bodega Chronicles), "Fuck The Police," and "No Remorse," featuring J-Hood.
The album also features Kool G. Rap, AZ, Cormega, and Jimi Kendrix. "Weve been writing a lot of hooks with our tracks. We like to present songs with some kind of direction, not just a beat. We always got some crazy themes and sound effects; it only made sense to start jumping in the booth too," says Jimi. "Some may be surprised to see I did the hook on 'Pain', but you gonna start seeing a lot more of that from us."
Street Radio is also currently working on projects with AZ, Papoose, and produced "9mm" off of Bone Thugs N Harmony's latest album, Strength & Loyalty.
Ghost Sessions is due in stores May 22nd.

05-16-2007, 02:26 PM
Thanks Trag this looks really good I heard about this a bit ago, I will be getting this one

05-16-2007, 04:23 PM

05-16-2007, 08:43 PM
I'ma cop this.

05-17-2007, 06:12 PM
Yo tragedykhadafi12 do you have this freestyle by Styles P relased in 2001 it was on DJ Kay Slays War & Peace Double Mixtape, the freestyle was called "The Ghost" by any chance???? I had a burn copy of the mixtape but i lost that shit when some fucka broke into my car and stole my cd's and shit. Thank god they were all mixes and not real cd's.