Sheek Louch Takes a Mobb Deep Beat and Sets It On Fire (Audio)

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As a collective, The LOX have had a lock on freestyles over the last couple of months. Styles P and Jadakiss kicked things off with their regular Friday drops but, as of late, Sheek Louch has been adding some real heat to the collection.

In addition to taking on 90s beats like many of his peers, Sheek also has been digging for some more recent classics like the “Hood Gone Love It” track that Justice League did for Jay Rock. He continues that direction with his latest, “Forest Fire,” which taps the beat Mobb Deep used for “Burn.” Though that track was recently given shine by Mack Wilds on his infectious “Henny,” Sheek still brings his own brand of heat to it. Check it out.


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