Ladies and gentlemen, Give It Up for the one and only Sheek Louch! This newly-leaked mixtape cut finds the D-Block member and 10-year-plus veteran of the music game enjoying a little well-deserved “me time” on the mic, inviting listeners to pay homage as he delivers an abridged rundown of his many accomplishments (“I gave you hits, anthems, more than rhymes/ club bangers…”) as well as shouting-out the iconic likes of M.O.P., Rakim and Buckshot. Booth-acclaimed producer J. Cardim nails the rapper’s triumphant mood, serving up a soul-sampled beat driven by bombastic organ riffs. Sheek Louch is clearly not planning on doing as this record’s title says anytime soon, but longtime fans are sure to appreciate the trip down Memory Lane. If you’re digging this track, keep it locked to our front page. Neither J. Cardim Presents: Dice Music Group nor Louch’s forthcoming, yet-untitled studio album have received a solid release date, but you can rest assured we in the Booth will bring you all the latest news and tunes.
Written by richard on 11/19/09
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Down South ft. Sheek Louch & Rick Ross" (2007)
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