Master of Ceremonies (Styles P album)
|Master of Ceremonies|
|Studio album by Styles P|
|Released||October 4, 2011|
|Label||D-Block, E1 Music|
|Producer||Pete Rock, Statik Selektah, Warren G, AraabMuzik, Black Saun, J. Music House, Phonix Beats|
|Styles P chronology|
Master of Ceremonies, is the fourth album by Yonkers-bred rapper Styles P. The album was released October 4, 2011. The album's guest list features rappers such as Lloyd Banks, Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, Pharoahe Monch, Pharrell Williams and Styles' group The L.O.X.. Producers on the album include the veteran beatmaker Pete Rock, Statik Selektah, West Coast veteran Warren G, Dipset producer AraabMuzik, and more. The lead single from Master of Ceremonies, is "Harsh", which features Rick Ross and Busta Rhymes. A second single has also been released. The song is called "It's OK", which features his long-time companion Jadakiss. Sheek Louch, the third member of Styles P and Jadakiss' L.O.X stable is also featured on the album.
The album debuted at #33 on the Billboard 200, selling 11,300 copies its first week. As of January 1, 2012 the album has sold 29,318 copies in the US.
|1.||"How I Fly" (featured Avery Storm)||Warren G||3:10|
|2.||"We Don't Play" (featuring Lloyd Banks)||Supa Stylez||3:36|
|3.||"I'm a G" (featuring Rell)||Supa Stylez||3:17|
|4.||"Ryde on da Regular"||AraabMuzik||3:17|
|5.||"Keep The Faith" (featuring Aja)||J. Music House||5:04|
|6.||"Children" (featuring Pharoahe Monch)||Pete Rock||3:28|
|7.||"Street Shit" (featuring Sheek Louch)||Black Saun||3:32|
|8.||"Feelings Gone"||Statik Selektah||3:28|
|9.||"Harsh" (featuring Rick Ross & Busta Rhymes)||Phonix Beats||4:18|
|10.||"It's OK" (featuring Jadakiss)||Phonix Beats||3:32|
|11.||"Don't Turn Away" (featuring Pharrell)||Reefa||2:58|
|12.||"Uhh-Ohh" (featuring Sheek Louch)||Ty Fyffe||3:53|
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- Styles P – It’s OK f. Jadakiss (Video)
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