D-Block member Sheek Louch makes his comeback with Two Turntables and A Mic (Let’s Go), the first street single from his untitled third album set to drop this fall. In this joint (over eerie production from Red Spyda) the Yonkers native once again raps about his double role as an MC and a street soldier, as well as his disregard for the police. Sheek is blessed with a similar charisma and punch line execution to fellow D-Block member Jadakiss, and the street sense and lyrical ability similar to Styles P. Although this won’t be getting very much radio airplay, look for it to be a street mixtape hit.
Written by Burmy on 06/27/07
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Down South ft. Sheek Louch & Rick Ross" (2007)
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