CD Walk Witt Me [Clean] [Edited] (CD 860758),
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Walk Witt Me [Clean] [Edited]

  • 1. For You
    2. OK
    3. Turn It Up
    4. How Many Guns
    5. In/Out (S.P.) - (featuring Styles P)
    6. I Ain't Forget
    7. Walk Witt Me
    8. Crazzy
    9. Ten Hut - (featuring Jadakiss)
    10. How I Love You - (featuring Styles P)
    11. 3-5-4 (Tarrentino)
    12. Don't Mean Nuthin'
    13. D-Block - (featuring J-Hood)
    14. Mighty D-Block (2 Guns Up) - (featuring Jadakiss/Styles P/J-Hood)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): B000104602

  • Credits
    EngineerGreen Lantern; Cocoa Chanelle; Jared Liverson

    Personnel: Sheek Louch, Styles P, Jadakiss, J-Hood (rap vocals); Stephanie Lyn (keyboards, background vocals).
    Producers include: Liveson, Coccoa Chanelle, The Alchemist, Vinny Idol, Supa Mario.
    Recorded at Liveson, D-Block, Yonkers, New York; Cocoa, Queens, New York; Green Lantern Studios, New York, New York.
    Personnel: Stephanie Lynn (keyboards, background vocals).
    Audio Mixers: Green Lantern; Supa Engineer "Dura"; Jared Liverson; Patrick Viala; DJ Twinz.
    Recording information: Cocoa Studios, Queens, NY; D-BLOCK Studios, Yonkers, NY; Green Lanterns Studio, New York, NY; Liveson Studios, Yonkers, NY.
    Photographer: Michael Lavine.
    Following solid solo records from Jadakiss and Styles P, Sheek Louch, the third member of Yonkers rap trio the Lox, has a high standard to uphold. However, if Sheek Louch (pronounced "Sheik Loosh") is anxious, his ever-confident delivery, a laid-back sort of bravado, betrays not a bit of worry on WALK WITT ME, an intelligent, highly self-aware, and engaging debut.
    Sheek reveals a certain depth from the start of WALK WITT ME. "For You" knocks many high roller myths while commenting the Lox's break from Bad Boy Records; of course, then Sheek flips the script back with a celebration of the lifestyle on the next track, "OK." The Lox have always known the value of good production, and Sheek furthers that legacy with an expertly crafted record; of particular note is the Alchemist's work on the pounding, captivating club banger "Turn It Up." And though he's appealing as a member of the Lox, Sheek sounds at home on his own, flowing with a relaxed but immediate storytelling style from the Biggie and Nas school of lyricists. In fact, he shines brightest when he chronicles his creation of the D-Block label on "I Ain't Forget" or when he earnestly decries the state of the world on the excellent title track.

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