Following the lukewarm reception to his previous two street singles, Two Turntables and a Mic and We Spray Crowds, D-Block’s Sheek Louch churns out yet another buzz track from his upcoming album, Gorilla Warfare. For this go-round, the Wolf raps about his pre-Hip Hop past when he was busy Choppin’ Rocks overnight. While Sheek brings back his old street swagger and classic punchlines (Why cop the milk when I can buy the whole cow?), it is the hardcore production of Megaman –which includes a Biggie sample (from the Pac duet, Runnin’) – that gives Choppin’ Rocks its ammunition. Gorilla Warfare hits stores February 5th.
Written by Burmy on 10/31/07
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"Down South ft. Sheek Louch & Rick Ross" (2007)
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