Sheek Louch is celebrating this year’s spooky season with the return of his haunting Gorillaween mixtape series.

The Yonkers native’s ominous seven-track fifth installment of Gorillaween features assists from Raekwon, Dyce Payne and Tony Moxberg. Producers on the project include Luxury Music, Big Snype Beats, Jimmy Dukes, Tone Mason and more

After taking 2021 off, the LOX rhymer delivered Gorillaween 4 last Halloween season and continued the series in 2023 with fans having an appetite for more ear candy.

Sheek Louch’s most recent project hit streaming services in November 2022 with Beast Mode 5 which recruited LOX partners Jadakiss, Styles P, as well as Fat Joe.

Stream Gorillaween 5 below:

Sheek Louch isn’t the only rapper feeding his fans for the Halloween season, Lloyd Banks returned with his Halloween Havoc IV: The 72nd Hour mixtape on Tuesday (October 31).

The former G-Unit rapper’s new project clocks in at 15 songs and includes production from some of his closest collaborators, including George Gentson, Cartune Beatz, Haas Almadhi and Mr. Authentic, to name a few.

There are only two guest features on the project courtesy of fellow New Yorker Vado and Sy Ari da Kid.

Lloyd Banks first announced Halloween Havoc IV: The 72nd Hour a couple of weeks ago, sparking excitement among his loyal fanbase. He later shared a spooky, cinematic trailer that felt inspired by The Purge.

His first Halloween Havoc mixtape landed in 2008, with parts two and three arriving in 2015 and 2016, respectively.

Before the latest installment, which hit No. 1 on the iTunes charts, Banks made his long-awaited return to music in 2021 with his fourth studio album The Course of the Inevitable, jump-starting another beloved series in his catalog.

He followed that up with the sequel The Course of the Inevitable 2 last year, and The Course of the Inevitable 3this past May.

For his next act, Banks teased Cold Corner 3 for 2024, but he’ll be selling the project himself for $100 rather than utilizing streaming.

“It’s all good..CC3 won’t be on streaming sites..only available thru me for $100 then we’ll see if they back the talking up,” he wrote in response to a fan demanding more music.

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