Pop quiz: how many grams are in a kilo? If you found yourself scratching your head at that one, you might want to take a listen to Ghostface Killah‘s new remix of Fishscale track Kilo. Off the Wu-Tang veteran’s forthcoming Ghostdeini the Great compilation album, the remix retains Brampton, Ontario native MoSS‘s head-bobbing beat, which rides a funk-guitar groove as Ghostface and Raekwon the Chef spit verses detailing the enterprising dealer’s dream: obtaining a kilo of pure white. In addition to an extra verse from GFK, this version of the cut boasts a coke-slinging guest feature from who else but Malice of the Clipse. Ghostdeini hits store shelves on the 16th, and if you’re itching for more classic Ghostface material, it just might be the fix you’re looking for.
Written by richard on 12/9/08
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