Down with the Lox and the Ruff Ryders crew, Jadakiss has fast become one of New Yorks's more popular mic-wreckers. After shining alongside Puffy on the Biggie tribute "We'll Always Love Big Poppa," and releasing their debut group LP on Bad Boy, Jada and the Lox bounced to the Ruff Ryders and haven't looked back. Turns on RR comps, a second Lox record, and many mix tapes and impressive cameos later, he dropped his much-hyped solo LP, Kiss Tha Game Goodbye, in 2001. Sporting choice beats and singles including "Put Ya Hands Up" and "We Gonna Make It," the release further enhanced his fast-growing rhyme rep. In the summer of 2004 Jadakiss returned with his second album Kiss Of Death.