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.
Sheek is not one to waste a dope beat, especially one of these old school joints that suit his classical New York flow.
He snapped on this one. What's been your favorite Silverback Gorilla 2 song so far?
To much energy, my identity is Public Enemy
Distance, I put one in your head like Kennedy
Revolver, you're lucky that I'm somebody's father
He need me, because I won't leave you that easy,
And dance over your dead body like C Breezy.