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Sheek Louch Biography

Sheek Louch Biography

Sean D. Jacobs (born November 8, 1975 in Whitney Young, Yonkers, Westchester County, New York United States), better known as Sheek Louch, is a rapper and member of D-Block, the group formerly known as The Lox, which includes Jadakiss and Styles P.His music career didn't go too far, but after appearing on both of The Lox albums, 1998s Money, Power & Respect, and 2000s We Are The Streets, Sheek became a business man. First, he bought a recording studio in his hometown city of Yonkers, NY, and then founded the record label D-Block with lifelong friends Jadakiss and Styles P. Sheek Louch is releasing a new album Silverback Gorilla on Koch Records, March 2008. The album contains guest appearances from Jadakiss, Styles P, Bun B, Jim Jones, The Game, Fat Joe and more. It was leaked onto the internet March 12th 2008. His current release is Good Love, which samples Betty Wright's "Tonight Is The Night".

When Jadakiss feuded with Beanie Sigel, the battle also brought along Sheek Louch and Styles P. Shortly before Beans went to jail, however, Sigel and Kiss made up definitively, performing together at a show; after his release from jail, the two did a remix on a Sheek Louch song and appeared on a track on a Funkmaster Flex compilation. When The Lox left Bad Boy Records, the group and each of its members' publishing was still owned by label head Sean Combs. The group fought with him over royalties, debt issues and other things until 2005 when they briefly put their differences aside to perform with Jay-Z at his I Declare War Concert. Combs still owned The Lox's publishing because they only completed one album on their contract. Afterward they went on New York radio station Hot 97 bashing Diddy about taking all their money. Sheek Louch has played a supporting role in D-Block's battle with 50 Cent. Originally, after a guest appearance in Ja Rule's single "New York", Jadakiss was insulted on 50 Cent's track "Piggy Bank" on the 2005 album The Massacre. Sheek has in turn insulted 50 Cent and other members of G-Unit on tracks on various mixtapes, including ones by Big Mike and DJ Clue, as well as a freestyle on Rap City.

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