Sheek Louch ft. The Game & Bun B - Think We Got A Problem

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
The Knocks
Album:
Silverback Gorilla

The concept of mixed-regional collaborations has always appealed to the masses.  For example, when the public found out that Weezy would be on Jay-Z’s American Gangster album, five percent of the working public called in sick to work the same day. In an effort to continue thinking outside this proverbial ‘box,’ D-Block member Sheek Louch reached out to Texas native Bun B and Los Angeles native The Game for the tri-regional, Think We Got A Problem.  Over a synthy-West Coast beat, full of Down South chopped up vocals on the chorus, all three MCs deliver a raw flow with the finesse of an East Coast MC.  They call it a problem; to us it sounds like a solution.  Sheek’s Silverback Gorilla drops on March 18.

Sheek Louch The Game Bun B

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