East Coast rapper Jadakiss helped form the band LOX (Living Off eXperience) in 1994 and eventually found himself under the wing of the Notorious B.I.G. The first mufti-platinum hit for the band was a tribute to Biggie as a B-side to Puff Daddy's "I'll Be Missing You," released in 1997. When Jadakiss fans score tickets to one of his concerts, they know they're in for an experience. The exactness of the rapper's wordplay fits perfectly into his 4/4 beats with laser-like precision. He engages fans with between-song dialogue, making sure the audience is giving back at least a fraction of what he is putting out. Fans may even find themselves onstage with the superstar, sharing a moment on the mic and in the limelight. Jadakiss wowed fans with the first single from his latest album, "Top 5 Dead or Alive, in the summer of 2013. The song is entitled "Big Boy Dialogue" and features guest MC The-Dream.
Jadakiss began rapping at the age of 16 as a competitor in freestyle contests. His talents caught the attention of some industry management figures, and his band LOX eventually signed with Bad Boy Entertainment. The band released Money Power Respect, which went platinum in 1998. Jadakiss released his first solo record in 2001 with Ruff Ryders Entertainment. It was followed by Kiss of Death in 2004 and included the hit "Why," which peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Top 100. His third album, The Last Kiss, was released in 2009 and produced a total of four singles, including "Who's Real," featuring OJ Da Juiceman and Swizz Beatz. Jadakiss fans can expect the rapper to answer his extensive past tours with exciting performances for years to come.