Styles P & Sheek Louch Unearth A Deep DJ Premier Cut And Put Their Shine On It (Audio)

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The LOX have a bond that cannot be broken. Even when they are pursuing solo projects, the 20+ year collective of Styles P, Sheek Louch and Jadakiss are never far from each other, as they frequently serve as guests on one another’s tracks. In the last 24 hours, Styles and Sheek have dropped two solo tracks featuring one another, and both are bangers.

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“Think LOX” comes courtesy of Ghost, and features Styles and Sheek going in over a DJ Premier track that may have missed the masses when it was first released last year. The Four Owls’ “Think Twice” sported an A-level Preemo beat, with hard boom bap drums and a signature scratch chorus. As Sheek says before commencing his verse, the track sounds tailor-made for D-Block and perhaps will get even more shine now.

Their other collabo is in the form of Sheek’s “JBs’ Revenge.” The song is a reference to the Jungle Brothers, and recycles their classic tracks, “Straight Out The Jungle” and “Braggin’ and Boastin'” from their 1988 debut album of the same name. Similarly to their flows on “Think LOX,” Sheek and Ghost sound right at home on the vintage beats.

Whether together, solo or collabo, the D-Block chemistry is undeniable.