Erick Sermon Makes Room For Joell Ortiz & Sheek Louch on One Star-Studded Track (Audio)

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Erick Sermon has been teasing the arrival of a new album for several months, but the moment is almost here. On a recent interview with Sway, E-Double said fans could expect ESP to arrive in June, and listed off a host of guest MCs featured on the album, including Method Man, Redman, Too Short, Krayzie Bone, Keith Murray, Tyler the Creator and Jarren Benton.

On the latest release from the album, Sermon has recruited two more heavy hitters, in the form of Joell Ortiz and Sheek Louch. The Slaughterhouse and D-Block members have collaborated before, including on DJ Kay Slay’s “NYC Shine” and “Don’t Say Nothin’ to Me,” but adding the Green Eyed Bandit makes for the first time members of Hit Squad, The LOX and Slaughterhouse have come together on one track. Check out “Make Room.”

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