Erick Sermon, Joell Ortiz & Sheek Louch Offer Hard Lessons From Concrete Places (Video)

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In late April, Erick Sermon premiered “Make Room,” a crosstown New York City verbal essay featuring Joell Ortiz and Sheek Louch. The song offers some hard advice to a host of people simply doin’ it wrong. For the just-released visual, E-Double, Donnie G., and Yoawa certify themselves in the company of bikers, roughnecks, and those who talk it like they live it—reminding any lone skeptics that they do too.

The song is part of E.S.P. (Erick Sermon Perception), coming on August 28.

Erick Sermon has reminded Heads his lyrical and musical potency many times in the last 30 years, after hiatus periods. Are we upon another one?

Oh, speaking of concrete places and videos, make sure you’re up on AFH, Tommy Boy Entertainment, and Sheek Louch’s video contest—open to the public.

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