Sheek Louch Revisits an AZ & Nas Track for His Latest Freestyle (Audio)

Sheek Louch continues to celebrate the forthcoming release of his next album, Silverback Gorilla 2, with freestyles, transforming classic beats from songs both older and more recent. Last month, he opted for the 2003 Neptunes-produced Clipse track “Hot Damn,” and back in June, he dropped fire over Jay Z’s 1998 song “Murdergram,” produced by Ty Fyffe. More recently, he joined Joell Ortiz as a guest on Erick Sermon’s “Make Room,” and earlier this month the D-Block representative collaborated with Chris Rivers – another MC who’s recently been on a powerful freestyle tirade – on a rendition of Special Ed’s “I Got it Made.”

Today, it’s a Louch solo effort on a beat familiar to Heads as an AZ vehicle, specifically his 1995 single “Mo Money, Mo Murder, Mo Homicide,” produced by Dr. Period and featuring Nas. Renamed “Gorilla Homicide,” the freestyle displays his laid-back sensibilities and the unadulterated depiction of his surroundings. “Nigga we let the smoke burn like we Dalai Lamas/Homie, we hit the club hard, D-Block, we fuck up some commas/Nigga don’t want no drama, cause all I see is red/It’s like a bitch suckin’ my dick, I’m just clearin’ my head.” Give it a listen here, and stay tuned for the September 18 arrival of Silverback Gorilla 2.

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