Sheek Confirms L.O.X. Coming On Interscope
Very recently, the artist who is signed to Koch Records as a solo outfit, dropping this coming week with Silverback Gorilla, spoke about to HipHopDX about his group's first album in eight years Live Suffer and Celebrate. "Its going to be Interscope. But could you please quote, sorry for the delay and making everybody wait for all these years. We didnt want to release the project when Ruff Ryders and Interscope wanted us to, it wasnt feeling right with us."
In the discussion, which will run as an upcoming feature on DX, added that the sourness came from label-mate 50 Cent wielding powerful decisions at the California-based imprint. "Speaking of 50 Cent, when he was talking about pushing Styles album back. Cause we were going to drop that after Styles album, but 50 was talking about, 'I push back Styles album, I make it this and that,' we was like 'Damn, if this dude can do that, what is he going to do to the L.O.X. album?'
Sheek says the group reacted accordingly. "We were thinking thats not fair to us, or to the people who have been waiting all this time that really wanna hear the L.O.X. project, so we held off on that. And when Jay-Z, Jimmy Iovine was like, 'Nah, thats not happening, this next L.O.X. project, I want that here.' And thats where we at with it. But 'Kiss made his move, he was able to go and do him on Def Jam. Which is cool, cause hes getting in that building, opening up checks for everybody."
Sheek's new Red Spyda-produced single "Good Love" is in heavy rotation as we speak from his upcoming album. There is no word as to when the Interscope project is dropping.
Additional reporting by Jake Paine.