Walk Witt Me [Explicit Lyrics]

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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
The final LOX member to release a solo album, Sheek Louch made the long wait worthwhile by dropping a low-key yet impressive debut, Walk Witt Me. Unlike so many major-label rap albums, the 14-track effort is solid: clocking in at a bit under 60 minutes rather than the usual 80 and padded out with no filler. Furthermore, the album feels street. There aren't the usual commercial concessions like excessive guest features, overwrought hooks, big-money producers, and the usual clich?s; instead, the lyrics rather than the hooks are the emphasis, the few guests are family, the producers are street-level beatmakers with original sounds, and most importantly, Sheek keeps it ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
The final LOX member to release a solo album, Sheek Louch made the long wait worthwhile by dropping a low-key yet impressive debut, Walk Witt Me. Unlike so many major-label rap albums, the 14-track effort is solid: clocking in at a bit under 60 minutes rather than the usual 80 and padded out with no filler. Furthermore, the album feels street. There aren't the usual commercial concessions like excessive guest features, overwrought hooks, big-money producers, and the usual clich├ęs; instead, the lyrics rather than the hooks are the emphasis, the few guests are family, the producers are street-level beatmakers with original sounds, and most importantly, Sheek keeps it real, spitting sincere rhymes from the heart rather than the standard bling-bling boasting particularly note "I Ain't Forget". This is real hip-hop, albeit of the hardcore East Coast rap variety. "OK" and "Turn It Up" could be mass-market hits with the proper marketing push, but for the most part, Walk Witt Me isn't your standard major-label rap album. And for this reason, it deserves more notice that it got upon its initial release. It doesn't have the big-budget fireworks that fellow LOX members Jadakiss and Styles P had on their debuts -- Kiss tha Game Goodbye 2001 and A Gangster and a Gentleman 2002, respectively -- yet it's an album that fans of the group should definitely hear despite its lack of commercial appeal.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/16/2003
  • Label: Umvd Labels
  • UPC: 602498606834
  • Catalog Number: 000104204

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 OK (3:23)
  2. 2 Turn It Up (4:24)
  3. 3 How Many Guns (3:37)
  4. 4 In and Out (S.P.) (4:30)
  5. 5 I Ain't Forget - Styles P (4:19)
  6. 6 Walk Witt Me (4:05)
  7. 7 Crazzy (6:11)
  8. 8 Ten Hut (2:36)
  9. 9 How I Love You (4:52)
  10. 10 3-5-4 Tarrentino - Styles P (3:59)
  11. 11 Don't Mean Nuthin' (5:03)
  12. 12 D-Block (3:32)
  13. 13 Mighty D-Block (2 Guns Up) (5:19)
  14. 14 Mighty D-Block (2 Guns Up) - Styles P (5:18)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Sheek Louch Primary Artist, Indexed Contributor, Vocals
Stephanie Lynn Background Vocals
Jadakiss Vocals, Guest Appearance
J-Hood Vocals, Track Performer, Guest Appearance
Technical Credits
Leon F. Sylvers III Composer
J.J. Johnson Composer
Twinz Producer
David Styles Executive Producer
James Cruz Mastering
Charles Suitt Executive Producer
Green Lantern Producer, Engineer
Jared Liverson Producer, Engineer
Ray Middleton Composer
Jason Phillips Executive Producer
Cocoa Chanelle Producer, Engineer
Vinny Idol Producer
Sean D. Jacobs Executive Producer
Mario Pizzini Composer, Executive Producer
Mister Devine Producer
Jared Liveson Composer
Supa Mario Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    3 1/2 Stars,

    I give mr. Louch(my boy sheek) 3 1/2 STARS for this one definately a decent album has some hood classics on there and some you whould turn pass. But has alot of real songs to even it out. If anyone says this album is garbage theire out of there minds but people who say this album is great are also incorrect. Sheek is one of my favorite rappers and displayed some of the reason why on his album. I'd say if he had 2 more hot songs on the album it would of been one of the best straight up. But i still recoment this album for real hip hop heads.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It's Aight

    I won't trash this album because the good songs are really tight(2 Gunz Up, Turn It Up, Crazzy, Walk Witt Me, etc.). But this isn't a great album. Sheek is a convincing gangsta rapper for sure but that's all he's really convincing in. "How I Love You" is a good song, but the beat sounds alot like Styles' "We Thugs". Even on good story songs like "3-5-4", Sheek manages to get boring with lazy rhymes("Now we gotta go to war with Dred and them n*ggaz cuz they think we with these d*cks"?). But there are really good songs. "2 Gunz Up" is a classic D-Block song as is "Don't Mean Nuthin", both featuring the D-Block camp. This isn't the best D-Block album, but it should be bought if you're a fan of D-Block.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sheek Louch finally gets a chance to shine!

    "Walk Witt Me" is definitely one album you need to go cop, for real. There are a lot of hot songs on here, despite that there are actually 13 songs on the LP ("For You" isn't on the album for some reason. Trust me, I have the explicit album, and if you don't believe me, go check it out for yourself. The first track is really "OK". All the tracks are misnumbered.) But anyway, Sheek is one of the hottest MC's out, even if he doesn't get the promotion he deserves with "OK", "Turn It Up", "Crazzy", "Don't Mean Nuthin'", "D-Block", and "Mighty D-Block (2 Gunz Up)". And what makes this LP even hotter (and maybe a hood classic) is the appearances by Styles P., Jadakiss, and J-Hood, which really help "Walk Witt Me" stand out from all rap crews. This is an official D-Block classic and it should be taken seriously.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Finally the last LOX member spits the bars!!!

    It's about time for Sheek to release this album..It's been a long wait and it was worth it. He's NYC's own gangster mc. There is no other....The album is great..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sheek Louch

    If you wanna hear the gangsta album of the year go get this tape,sheek had and will always be on point.... this tape is hot i am going to to pick up 3 more cd's

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