Sheek Louch recently spoke on Takeoff’s tragic passing and called Migos “The LOX of the South” during a recent interview with VladTV. While the two rap groups seem far apart from each other, the Lox member expressed sadness over the Atlanta pioneer’s loss and admiration for his energy. Moreover, Vlad recalled doing the rap trio’s first ever interview. It was with Quavo and Takeoff, as Offset was incarcerated at the time. Moreover, both hip-hop figures discussed the impact of the group as a whole, acknowledging them as one of the most important of all time.
“Since our last interview, we lost Takeoff,” Vlad told Sheek. “You guys, I think, called Migos ‘the LOX of the South.’” Furthermore, the 46-year-old explained his praise for the trap icons. “Yeah,” he expressed, “earlier when they said that they the best group out, they supposed to feel like that. They made a hard impact. I told you how I feel about who is the best groups and all that kind of s**t. But Rest In Peace to that brother. So sad, man. Every time I seen him, he was just cool as hell. You know what I mean? I don’t know too much, but he was just cool, word. Laidback.”
Furthermore, DJ Vlad elaborated on doing the Migos’ first interview at Coach K’s request, and he didn’t know what they would accomplish. Moreover, they also discussed the danger of dice games, and recalled a story from Tony Yayo about “a friendly shootout” over a dice game. “Them s**ts are dangerous, bro. I do know of a few people that got killed at dice games. But long story short, it always goes down like that. Some kind of fight at the end of the dice game, or your money’s no good. Everybody’s standing around, it’s getting tight, you lost, you ready to leave… It always jumps off on them dice games. Always, faithfully.”
Meanwhile, Sheek Louch recently joined fellow LOX members Jadakiss and Styles P to perform at this year’s Grammys. Moreover, they formed part of a spectacular performance honoring hip-hop’s 50th anniversary and the genre’s greatness. From Grandmaster Flash to Lil Baby, Scarface to Nelly, Queen Latifah to GloRilla, and many more, the art form’s greats wowed audiences. Come back to HNHH for the latest on hip-hop history and the late Takeoff’s legacy.