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GeoReview: Sheek Louch, Silverback Gorilla

By Clayton Ruley
 

Sheek Louch puts out his third LP named Silverback Gorilla on Koch Records. The D-Block captain has had two impressive albums and has established himself as a solo artist.

This album starts off with “Think We Got a Problem”, a truck rattling joint with Bun B. & The Game.

Next Sheek gets on his inspirational vibe as he does “Keep Pushin’” featuring Mike Smith on the vocals.

“Good Love” is the old school track many may have heard earlier in 2008 and Sheek talks about how he likes his women. In one of the best posse cuts heard in a while

“D-Block/Dipset” join forces featuring Jadakiss, Hell Rell, Jim Jones and Styles P.. The song sounds like a toughman’s medicine as each artist talks about their skills on and off the microphone.

Sheek uses the reggae sound with “We At War”, a song for the streets that talks about the obstacles in the urban hoods.

“Scrap To This” is a fun ditty on an instrument filled beat. A message to the stalkers, aspiring artists and fans on “Don’t Be Them” talks about what those people don’t see their favorite artists doing to make ends meet. The Lox come thru once again on

Getting Stronger” a cut as crisp as a fresh white tee-shirt. Sheek talks about the situation many urban youth have to go through in “That’s A Soldier”.This is a military sounding track that lets Sheek talk in story form.

Other cuts to check out include “Rubber Grip” featuring Fat Joe and Styles P., “We Comin’”, a down south track featuring UNK and Mic Check.

Overall a solid effort I’ll give it 3 GeoGlobes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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