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Before making their national debut last spring on "We'll Always Love Big Poppa," one of two tributes to the late Notorious B.I.G., The Lox were already a hot commodity on the underground hip-hop scene. Their rhymes are "an essential" on any New York City underground mix tape. Invitations for guest appearances from such artists as Zhane, Mariah Carey, LSG and Mary J. Blige have come in abundance. After being brought to Sean "Puffy" Combs by their childhood friend and mentor Mary J. Blige, the Yonkers based trio were linked to an exclusive recording contract with Combs' Bad Boy Entertainment. They next set up their own recording studio in Yonkers and went to work putting that L.O.X. underground flavor down on wax for the rest of the hip-hop world to hear. For the Bad Boy family, The Lox trade rhymes on Puff Daddy's mega-hit "It's All About the Benjamins," Notorious B.I.G.'s "Last Day" and Mase's hard hitting "24 Hrs. To Live." The Lox have been in the game for a long time and know the ropes. They understand the importance of working hard and building your game from the street up. Formerly known as the Warlocks, they changed their name to the Lox--an acronym for Living Off 'Xperience, which describes exactly how they roll. They rely on their resourcefulness, talent and experience and not just their association with Sean Combs and his never miss Bad Boy Entertainment to get them to the top.
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