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Donnie G: Don Gorilla (Bonus Track Version)

Sheek Louch

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G Nerrick

Another weak attempt by faux gansta rapperz. This genre was dead 16 years ago, why do the youth today buy into this lame gold plated ideal that being a thug is so glamorous??? At least NWA told it like it was at the time, this is pure drivel from the minds of savvy businessmen. They might as well be selling you smokeless ashtrays & rotiserrie chicken ovens.
Suckas!

garbage

couldnt even finish the first song. Just another foul mouthed thug, talking in rhymes about money , sex. power and fame. Dont waste your time.

Where is good music with a meaning

This album is pure garbage. Why is that rappers feel like they have to act in a thug manner. People do you really think this guy is on the block as they say engaging in the things they talked about on his album. When will we as consumers stop buying into think rapping about selling,taking drugs, or being a thug is such a great thing. and the people who agree with his lyrics are no better than the music. And for someone to say this is real hip hop you must be on pills or smoking. Should we be discouraging youths to not go in that direction. When you speak and listen to nonsense, your behavior comes out in nonsense behavior.

Biography

Born: November 8, 1975 in Yonkers, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Sheek Louch united with childhood friends Jadakiss and Styles to form the LOX, and the trio in turn signed with Bad Boy in the late '90s. The LOX appeared on numerous Bad Boy-affiliated songs as guests and even released an album of their own, Money, Power & Respect (1998), which yielded a hit single of the same name. The LOX left Bad Boy soon afterward to join the Ruff Ryders camp, where the trio's style of hardcore rap fit better alongside other rugged rappers such as DMX. There, the LOX released...
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