Posts Tagged ‘Sheek Louch’


Talk about a violent lineup. Queens legend Kool G Rap has released the second single from his Return of the Don album, featuring street veterans Manolo Rose, Cormega and Sheek Louch over morose production that almost feels like a funeral procession.

“What motivates me to get in the studio is really being in that creative zone that you cannot just enter on demand” G Rap said. “It is more like an extremely powerful vibe that overcomes you. It’s triggered by hearing a particular track, or being inspired by another artist; or, a life experience that makes your mind and heart open up and lyrics just pour from your soul in the capacity of an avalanche. That’s what The Return Of The Don represents; an amalgamation of past, present and future and a tribute to some of my most favorite spitters worldwide; this is my salute to those artists.”

Return of the Don drops on June 2 and also features guest spots from Noreaga, Sean Price, Ransom, Fred the Godson, Raekwon, Willie the Kid, Termanology and Saigon.



Sheek Louch and Styles P take a hand over some classic beats with “JBs Revenge.”

<> at B.B. Kings on April 20, 2009 in New York City.

It wouldn’t be Friday without some new freestyles from Styles P. In this installment, Styles brings along Sheek to rock over Kanye’s “Famous.” Later, Styles goes back on the solo tip to rock over Bryson Tiller’s TRAPSOUL hit “Don’t.”




With his new album Silverback Gorilla 2 dropping December 4, Sheek Louch leaks a track featuring Fabolous and Whispers called “No Losses.” The album also features guest spots from Jadakiss, Pusha T, Method Man, Ghostface Killah and A$AP Ferg.



Chris Rivers and Sheek Louch have it made as they freestyle over the Special Ed classic. The video is directed by Fanasea and produced by Dtaled Films and Airmagintion.


For this week’s freestyle session, Chris Rivers and Sheek Louch go completely in over Special Ed’s classic  “I Got It Made.”


The first single off Sheek Louch’s Silverback Gorilla 2 takes aim at those perpetrating their backgrounds and lacking authenticity.