Fans of all things Puffy are no doubt familiar with the Lox from their appearances on Mariah Carey's [article id="1441271"]"Honey" [800k QuickTime][/article] and Puffy's "It's All About The Benjamins," as well as their turn on Puffy's recent "No Way Out" tour.
Despite the fact that Puffy introduced the group to the world, as the Lox told MTV News recently, they owe their big break to Mary J. Blige.
"She was like a number one fan for us," the Lox' Sheek explained. "She was loving our music before anybody, and she just brought us to Puff. Puff was looking for a group, a rap group, at that time. It was instant. [500k QuickTime] It just clicked like that. It was chemistry."
The most recent fruits of the Lox/Puffy union can be seen in the Lox' new video, [article id="1440139"]"If You Think I'm Jiggy" [800k QuickTime][/article], the first single from "Money, Power, And Respect."