GhostWridah, the artist who brought us previous releases In Love With My Future, American Alien and Downtown Lights, has returned to The DJBooth with the Michael Jordan-inspired Flu Game, his fourth free album in the past four years. The project is representative of Ghost's ongoing persistence in the rap game despite a litany of elements he has been forced to battle through, similar to MJ's historic 38 point performance against the Utah Jazz in the 1997 NBA Finals, while battling what later was revealed to be a severe bout of food poisoning.
Included on the South Florida native's 11-track LP are Booth-approved selections "All-Star Weekend" and "Prescription" (a bonus cut). Guest features are kept to a minimum (Nehemie and Summer J.A.E), but production muscle is supplied by DJ Corbett, DJ Relly Rell, Don Cannon, Freeway TJay, Lowkey, Pat Howard and Sham.
Written by DJ Z on May 27, 2013
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