Though Illa Ghee has made appearances on Booth-approved joints by Boaz (Psycho Killa) and Sketch (Trouble Comin’), the Brooklyn veteran still doesn’t have a solo feature under his belt. Today, he makes his long-overdue debut on our pages with Speak to ‘Em, a “soulfully gutter” single off his next full-length. Crummie Beats proves his moniker inaccurate, turning in a funky guitar-loop beat that’s anythig but crummy. Over his head-noddable grooves, Ghee and guest spitter Sean Price deliver confident bars chronicling their nonstop hustle to stack that cheese. Featuring Speak and many more underground bangers, Social Graffiti is slated to drop Tuesday, July 8, via Diamond Media 360.
Written by richard on 06/27/14
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