Everyone who’s ever heard of DJ Khaled knows of his tendency to round up almost every big name in the music industry for his megahits, and for his latest release he’s snagged his biggest guest feature yet – on the remix to Go Hard, The Runners’ beat, Kanye‘s second verse, and ’‘s hook are all maintained, but one guest contributor manages to steal the show. As he’s known for doing, the incomparable Jay-Z lets loose a jaw-dropping lyrical barrage. At the tail end of the track, he grades his own performance, spitting “I go harder than ‘Ye do”. So, does that claim ring true? We’ll let you be the judge.
Written by Burmy on 01/7/09
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