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Dame Grease, the producer behind the majority of DMX’s It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot, is teaming up with King Assassin — whose worked with 2Pac and Ice T — for “My Style,” featuring a Sheek Louch, Pusha T, and Freeway. It’s a star-studded affair that’s worthy of your ears on this frigid Sunday night. Listen after the jump.

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With his Silverback Gorilla 2 album arriving on December 4th, Sheek Louch is sharing “What You Want the Money For,” featuring fellow Ruff Ryders alumni Swizz Beatz. The track, which is a bass-for-your-face assault, will appear on Sheek’s forthcoming Silverback Gorilla 2 project, and if it’s anything like this track then you’re surely in for a bruising! Don’t be scared, go ahead and hit the jump to blast Sheek Louch’s “What You Want the Money For” featuring Swizz Beatz.

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With Halloween just around the corner, rap music is already preparing itself for the festivities. Rightfully so, it’s a season that’s ripe for conceptually interesting rap music. There’s even an entire subgenre within rap which, lest we forget, brazenly deals with the macabre. Although Sheek Louch makes rap music far from the ”horrorcore” style, his latest cut, ”Sucka Free” — featuring fellow D-Block rapper Jadakiss, no less — is a clinical bloodbath. Sheek makes work of the song, which is backed by a jagged and distorted beat. Additionally, Jadakiss’ guest spot — while perfectly adequate — discovers the Brooklyn emcee getting into holiday season early with an equally wicked verse. Check out Sheek Louch’s ”Sucka Free” from his forthcoming Gorillaween mixtape dropping October 31st.

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Pusha T joins Sheek Louch for “Bang Bang,” a tough as sh*t track for your Thursday afternoon. Wanna break stuff at work? Thinking about moshing in your bedroom? Maybe push some people on the street? “Bang Bang” has got you covered. The track will appear on Sheek’s forthcoming Silverback Gorilla 2 project. Check out Sheek Louch and Pusha T on “Bang Bang” after the jump.

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The LOX are on a roll — kids better recognize. All three of The LOX (Jadakiss, Styles P) have been slaying 2015 and you’re busy sleeping or looking out for some wack ish. Anyway, I digress. Sheek Louch is now delivering the goods out of the three with “Hood N*gga” featuring some monster rappers. Sheek is joined by spitter Joel Ortiz, Billy Danze and Houston OG Trae Tha Truth. Listen to the new Sheek joint after the jump.

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The return of the Gorilla! Sheek Louch will be dropping his latest project, Silverback Gorilla 2, on September 18th. And to hold fans off until then, because that’s quite some time away, Sheek is hitting the net with its single, “Gorilla Walk In New York.” Pretty self-explanatory track: Sheek is the Gorilla and he’s walkin’ all over NYC. Check out “Gorilla Walk In New York” after the jump!

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As if you haven’t had enough Ghostface Killah as of late he and Sheek Louch reunite as Wu-Block for “Wu Block Biznez.” The track is one of fifteen that will be featured on their new project Hidden Gems, which is really just a compilation of unreleased tracks the two have collaborated on. The project will be out January 20th but in the meantime peep “Wu Block Biznez” after the jump.

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The LOX have been working their way up to their brand new release The Trinity: 2nd Sermon for quite some time now. Almost an entire year, to be exact. First they dropped The Trinity EP back in December of 213, then they followed that up with The Trinity: 2nd Sermon, and now they’re sharing the highly-anticipated The Trinity: 2nd Sermon via LiveMixtapes. The release features the single “No Selfies” and the remix to Dej Loaf’s “Try Me”. Additionally, the release also features nine other tracks that will get your system bumpin’. Stream and download The LOX’s The Trinity: 2nd Sermon after the jump.

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Since September The LOX’s (Jadakiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch) name has been propping up regularly, perhaps the most since the early 2000s. First the Yonkers trio jumped on Dej Loaf’s smash hit “Try Me” which they immediately followed up with their visual for “No Selfies”. The LOX pushed on, receiving a huge cosign from Lil Wayne when they were featured on his Tha Carter V track “Gotti”. And most recently the trio dropped “All We Know” from their forthcoming EP, The Trinity: 2nd Sermon. Now they’ve returned, sharing the intro from the aforementioned EP, “Let’s Get It”. Listen after the jump.

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