MT: On Twitter, you said you were tired of people thinking you're hardcore or you're a thug.
You tweeted, "Just because I look the part that doesn't mean I fit it." Now where did that come from did you have an experience recently? ' and they said 'yeah, you're very intimating,' and I'm like wow just because I look like a thug that doesn't mean I'm a thug.
He then formed a rap group with two friends Sheek Louch and Styles P. Signed to Bad Boy Entertainment, he was suggested to change his group's name to The LOX, which stands for Living Off X-perience.
He gained his first project as a featured guest with his band, later known as D-Block, in Main Source's single "Set It Off" from 1994 "Fuck What You Think" LP.
He would see me, just playing around, and he was like 'Yo this would be your way out of the streets,' you know we come from South Side Jamaica Queens, all we knew how to do was just make money- read between the lines- but that's how we got it and I guess I started, and I went off to college, I actually went off to college to learn how use better English, vernacular, you know how to use English vernacular to my advantage. So, I see the comparison in like you know in my music. MB: I've been rapping for ten years, and a lot of people hear me spitting stuff to you know, hard core street stuff. The next tour I'm doing I'm doing with my running mate Montana Mills, he just signed with DJ Khaled, so we just got the news today, he's touring the whole July.
And the name Moka Blast came to me working in a restaurant when I was younger, in Manhattan, there was a drink called Moka Blast and I got really addicted to it and the boss, she started calling me her little Moka Blast, and I hated it with a passion, but then I noticed females loved it, 'His name is Moka, we love Moka. MT: So in you bio it says you're compared to 50 Cent and LL Cool J. MB: Um well, you could say they are big guys, but I don't see myself as being big, but a lot of people say at six feet, 230lbs 'Moka you're a pretty big dude'...besides that you know we all from Queens... I go by "Ladies Love Moka" it's a tribute to LL and 50. I grew up on this music, so when people tell me you're a cross between 50 and LL I'm like whoa for real? The females are the ones who support me, and like transferring over is like 'Hey Mok, we see you have a big female fan base, you gotta go commercial." They always told me I was nice, you know I got a track with Jada when we shot the video he was like "now this what I'm talking about. So, I'll be touring with him, DJ Khaled and everything.
Kiss likes to keep the people talking, and he’s doing just that with his newest effort, a mixtape serving as an EP titled , available now. Born on May 27, 1975, Jadakiss was raised in Yonkers, New York in a household where he was well-fed and taken care of.As a result, his friends often made fun of him by calling him Big Mack, as a reference to his favorite hamburger.Whether he’s keeping it all in the D-Block family with his man, Sheek, on “Don’t Forget Me,” lacing the clubs with the likes of Pharrell and Ne-Yo on “Two Step,” and “By My Side,” respectively, tipping his cap to the legend he knew as a friend on, “Letter to BIG” or going bar for bar with Weezy on “Deathwish,” Jada’s rhymes are always flammable objects.Don’t think of the album title as some petulant shrug of the shoulders.