Sheek Louch Gets Manic and Torches His Latest Freestyle (Audio)

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Only a week after bringing his own heat to a toxic Mack Wilds beat with “Forest Fire,” Sheek Louch comes back spitting flames on his new single “Bipolar Gorillaz.”

The instrumental comes from Jay Z’s 1998 “Murdergram,” which featured an up and coming DMX and Ja Rule. The song was off the Streets Is Watching soundtrack, where the Roc-A-Fella movie of the same name was comprised of Jay Z’s unreleased videos, that were streamed continuously throughout the film. Sheek Louch gets animated on this throwback beat, but his flow stays consistent throughout the track. The Silverback Gorilla joins fellow Lox members Jadakiss and Styles P on the freestyle craze that’s been taking over the web, but adds his own flavor to the mix with this one. Look out for the first single of his Silverback Gorilla 2 project, which will be dropping later this year. While we wait for that, check out “Bipolar Gorillaz” here.

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