Sheek Louch Songs

  • No Losses
    No Losses
    Sheek Louch's "What You Want The Money For" was a perfect nod to mid-00s New York rap, while still sounding great in the car in 2015. It comes off his upcoming project Silverback Gorilla 2, which he's shared yet another inspired single from today, the Fabolous and Whispers-assisted "No Losses". It's one of many impressive feature son the project, which will also hoist collaborations with Pusha T, Jadakiss, ASAP Ferg, Ghostface Killah, Trae Tha Truth and more. 
  • My Style
    My Style
    Famed Harlem producer Dame Grease has joined with L.A.'s DJ King Assassin for a big-time collab featuring Sheek Louch, Freeway, and Pusha T. Since the late '90s, Grease has worked with many of the East Coast's best, so he knows just what to do with the lineup at hand. It's a grimy, early '00s-sounding street record with heavy lyrical artillery from the three veteran spitters. 
  • What You Want The Money For
    What You Want The Money For
    Hearing the names Sheek Louch and Swizz Beatz, you might think we were talking about another era, but today, they've come together to bring back some of the early 00s New York fury, and it still sounds pretty damn good. After Sheek shows out on his verse, Swizz comes through with a hook, hitting us with the same shouted style we've come to expect from him.
  • I Luv It
    I Luv It
    Sheek Louch drops another big one off his upcoming album Silverback Gorillas 2. "I Luv It" comes a week after Louch released "What's On Your Mind," featuring Jadakiss and A$AP Ferg. The new track features another kingpin, and a man with whom Louch has collaborated for many a New York Classic: Ghostface Killah. 
  • What's On Your Mind
    What's On Your Mind
    After dropping his Gorillaween mixtape on Halloween, Sheek Louch is back with a new single, "What's On Your Mind," off his upcoming album, Silverback Gorillas 2. He keeps things New York on the new drop, bringing along his LOX group member Jadakiss as well as A$AP Ferg. 
  • Headshots
    DJ Absolut's #MixtapeMondays series has been a reliable source of new material from wily veterans of the rap game, and the newest installment justifies that statement even further. Calling on two-thirds off the Lox in Sheek Louch & Styles P, Absolut decides to share this unreleased record from the two called “Headshots.”
  • Keep It Gee
    Keep It Gee
    With Halloween almost upon us in a few short hours, that means we’re about to be treated to a shit ton of new music & projects from a wide array of artists. One project in particular that will be dropping tomorrow is Sheek Louch’s Gorillaween. But before it arrives though, the D-Block member decide to share a new offering from it called “Keep It Gee” featuring Styles P. Take a listen to the Alistfame & Wisp1ner-produced banger and let us know what you think.
  • Sucka Free
    Sucka Free
    Sheek Louch has been dropping Silverback Gorilla 2 freestyles all summer, and it feels like it should have dropped by now (it's still "COMING REAL SOON"). It appears that the prolific LOXsmith has been distracted by a side project Gorillaween, which is dropping on (you guessed it) Halloween.
  • Bout It Gorillaz
    Bout It Gorillaz
    After dropping a new single, "Bang Bang," featuring Pusha T, Sheek Louch is back with another freestyle.
  • Still Grind’n (Remix)
    Still Grind’n (Remix)
    Jadakiss dropped yet another quality record yesterday called "Baby," and someone in the comments made a very astutely referred to him as the rap game Tim Duncan. 'Kiss don't miss. Indeed, he returns today with yet another systematically dope cut "Still Grind'n (Remix)," in which he invites the other 2/3 of The LOX, Sheek Louch and Styles P, to take another swing at his 2011 record "Grind."
  • Bang Bang
    Bang Bang
    A week ago, Sheek Louch started teasing fans about a big collaboration with Pusha T, "Bang Bang." Based on the title alone, you'd expect some scathing shit, and you wouldn't be wrong. Today the veteran rapper has debuted the single with King Push, who, as per usual obliterates his verse. The song is centered around a "bang bang" sample (no Chief Keef) and some hard-hitting metal drums. Now we need that sophomore album from Push.
  • Boom Boom (Remix)
    Boom Boom (Remix)
    Earlier this summer, Shaggy dropped off a super bouncy track called "Boom Boom,' the ideal song during which to make your move on the dance floor. In an HNHH premiere, Shaggy returns today with the "Boom Boom" remix just in time for Labor Day weekend, bringing on his old buddy Sheek Louch to spit a verse over an infectious instrumental from Sting International, the producer behind timeless classic "It Wasn't Me." Stream Shaggy's "Boom Boom" remix and let us know in the comments how you're feeling the latest from the Jamaican legend.
  • De La Gorillas
    De La Gorillas
    Sheek Louch has been dropping weekly freestyles all summer and the Silverback Gorilla 2 release date of September 18 is at last approaching. With his eyes on the prize, the D-Block representative submits "De La Gorillas," launching into 2 minutes of straight bars over De La Soul’s “Rock Co.Kane Flow," which appeared on The Grind Date and was produced by Jake One.
  • Gorilla Language (Freestyle)
    Gorilla Language (Freestyle)
    Sheek Louch is set to release his new project, Silverback Gorilla 2, at some point, but for now he's just releasing freestyles on a regular basis. For the most part, he's had some pretty good selections, staying away from the obvious. His latest is a take on Smoothe Da Hustler and Trigger Tha Gambler's "Broken Language".
  • Gorilla Homicide
    Gorilla Homicide
    Sheek Louch continues to keep it moving. After hitting us with “Survival Of The Gorillas” the other day, the Lox member decides to return today with another freestyle for our listening pleasure titled “Gorilla Homicide.”
  • Survival Of The Gorillas
    Survival Of The Gorillas
    It's been a minute since Sheek Louch spit a Silverback Gorilla 2 freestyle, and today he gets back to it with "Survival of the Gorillas." Continuing his habit of putting old school beats to work, he spits over Mobb Deep’s “Survival of The Fittest” instrumental, though he quotes the signature line from their "Shook Ones Pt. II."
  • Gorilla Enemy
    Gorilla Enemy
    Sheek Louch has been putting his LOX commitments to the side recently as he gears up for forthcoming project Silverback Gorilla 2. Last Thursday he dropped "Got Damn," and today he drops his latest effort "Gorilla Enemy," in which he spits over Public Enemy's "Terminator X to the Edge of Panic" of their second album It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back.
  • Got Damn (Gorillas)
    Got Damn (Gorillas)
    Sheek Louch has already dropped approximately 10 songs off Silverback Gorilla 2 and he's not done yet. This time he spits over Clipse's “Cot Damn” from their classic album Lord Willin'. It's cool to hear Louch repurpose this quality bit of Neptunes production, as his flow and overall approach to rapping is certainly a change of pace from the slow, measured drawl of Pusha T. It almost sounds like a true freestyle. Would be shocked if Louch spent more than 30 minutes putting this track together. 
  • Falling Soldiers
    Falling Soldiers
    With his recent streak of releases, Sheek Louch may have already released every track off Silverback Gorilla 2. His latest effort "Falling Soldiers" may be the best of the streak thus far, with Sheek Louch getting emotional, putting on for his fallen comrades -- "I'mma put this bandana on and ride for my friend!!"
  • Gorilla Walk In New York
    Gorilla Walk In New York
    Sheek Louch has been going strong with his freestyle series in order to promote his upcoming mixtape, Silverback Gorilla 2.