Sheek had to have some crossover joints on this album. What would be the point of a Def Jam deal otherwise? The Jeremih-assisted single isn’t the catastrophe you’d expect. Far from it, actually. Sheek’s long under-appreciated flow lends itself to this seductive record surprisingly well. I doubt Jadakiss and Styles P, who’ve led far more visible solo careers than their group-mate, could do it this smooth.
The video’s on the super-exclusive, bottle-popping, fine-woman-canoodling steez. Cameos include Styles P and Ghostface Killah (anyone else?).
BTW, Look for Sheek on the Pete Rock vs. DJ Premier album.