By Rahman Dukes
Jason Phillips, better known to the hip-hop community as Jadakiss, was out on his grind in the mean streets of New York City this week, filming the video for his latest club knocker, "Who's Real," from his new LP, Last Kiss.
While it hadn't been confirmed at press time whether Atlanta newcomer OJ Da Juiceman, who's featured on the song, will make the final cut of the clip, D-Block cohort Styles P, Sheek Louch and the track's producer, Swizz Beatz, all came out to show love.
Jada talked with MTV News about the album — which he had just done some last-minute work on — last month. "I just went back in," 'Kiss said. "I did two joints with Swizz [Beatz]. I got one from [DJ] Khaled by [producers] the Inkredibles [Rick Ross' 'Mafia Music,' Young Jeezy's 'Vacation,' Fat Joe's 'One']. I got Mary [J. Blige] on it. I got another Pharrell joint. You know what it is. As long as they make me keep working and push the date back, I'm going in the studio making more music for the people. Whatever don't go on the album, you definitely gonna get it on the mixtape."