Looks like that Wu-Tang + The Lox project is coming to fruition, with the first single from the joint released today. LISTEN: Ghostface + Raekwon + The Lox – “Wu-Block” (prod. RZA)
Here is an exclusive look into the mind of Erick Sermon, fresh off of 2 Hot Records’ “Dodge This” (feat. Sheek Louch) and “Ain’t Me” (Feat. Rick Ross). E double Breaks down the recent success and his latest music contributions for 2011.
The E-Double is back, with this new selection from his Breath Of Fresh Air mixtape, hosted by Funkmaster Flex. LISTEN: Erick Sermon – “Dodge This” (feat. Sheek Louch + Rockwilder) Erick Sermon – “Dodge This” (feat. Sheek Louch + Rockwilder)
Taken from producer J. Cardim’s The IN Crowd, released in 2010. Directed by Dan Moraru and Nicholas Black.
As the third member of The Lox, Sheek Louch often gets overlooked. While he is the bigger than life, bombastic character of the group, lyrically, Jadakiss and Styles P take all of the shine. With that said, Sheek has carved out a niche for himself, putting his personality on display while making the kind of albums [cont.]
The super-posse cut, last heard on Wu-Tang vs. Onyx “The Worst”. Original version from Joell Ortiz’s catalog. LISTEN: Slaughterhouse + The Lox – “Put Some Money On It (Remix)” via: hhnm
The Don Gorilla delivers another video from his Donnie Def Jam mixtape with DJ Green Lantern. Directed by Derek Pike.
Heh…. Who’s getting the old school bonus points? First one to ID in the comments section what classic track Sheek Louch spits over in this black and white clip.
Either this is a bonus track from GFK’s Apollo Kids LP, or a cut from the mythical Wu-Block LP from Ghostface and Sheek, supposedly hitting top of 2011. LISTEN: Wu-Block (Ghostface + Sheek Louch) – “The Eulogy” (feat. Diego Cash, Bully) Via: FF
Sheek sits down with Dr. Jays and is asked about his controversial / silly album cover for Donnie G, hitting December 7th. Via: DrJays
Wow, that’s an…. interesting cover, Sheek. We’ll be sure to remember this for our year end Best and Worst list. 1. Rhyme Animal (Intro) 2. Get It Poppin 3. Club Jam Packed feat. DJ Webstar 4. Out Of The Ghetto feat. Kobe 5. Make Some Noise feat. Fabolous 6. Blood & Tears feat. Casely 7. [cont.]
Def Jam label mates team for this radio ready single. LISTEN: Sheek Louch – “The Party After 2″ (feat. Jeremih)
The Lox’s Sheek celebrates his Def Jam status with help from Jake One, Sean C & LV, D-Block, Joell Ortiz, Masspike Miles, Jadakiss, Beanie Sigel, Termanology, Scram Jones, and more. DJ Green Lantern + Sheek Louch – “Donnie Def Jam: Guerilla Warfare Vol. One” (Mixtape)
LISTEN: Sheek Louch “This Hip Hop” feat. Joell Ortiz and Termanology Sheek Louch, 1/3 of The Lox, brings in Joell Ortiz and Termanology for a temporary trio pep talk about “This Hip Hop” music.
New track/freestyle from Sheek Louch,borrowing the beat from Rick Ross’s “B.M.F.” Sheek Louch – “The Real New York” – (MP3)
Another leak from the forthcoming The War Report 2: Report The War (?), courtesy of 57th Ave. LISTEN: Capone-N-Noreaga – “Bodega Stories” (feat. The Lox)
In a recent interview with MTV, Styles P discussed the LOX’s many forthcoming projects. “We working on the LOX right now and all the solos at once — Sheek solo, my solo, ‘Kiss solo, mixtapes. That’s our plan for the summer right now,” he said. “Since we all in the lab, we going in. Now [cont.]
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