Back in 2004, Jadakiss teamed up with superproducer DJ Green Lantern to drop their The Champ Is Here mixtape. Unfortunately, the highly-acclaimed street album’s release was followed by a falling out between the collaborators, a fact that likely disappointed fans hoping for a sequel. Recently, though, the two worked out their differences and reunited to bring listeners Kiss My Ass: The Champ Is Here Pt. 2, which hit the ‘net Wednesday night. Sent to the Booth by Green Lantern himself, this new remix of The Last Kiss cut Can’t Stop Me finds the producer switching Neo the Matrix‘s original production for a string-synth instrumental with a new sample on the hook. Though all three of Jada’s verses are retained from the album version, their order has been reversed. Last Kiss is set to drop March 10th, and listeners should check back with the Booth next Tuesday (the 17th) for Kiss’ exclusive interview with our own DJ Z.
Written by richard on 02/12/09
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