Praise the lord! Though Holy Ghost hasn’t been selected as an official single off Jeezy‘s latest LP, the veteran (t)rapper was confident enough in it to skip straight to the remix. As well he should be, since this freshly-minted rendition features a lyrical contribution from the only man who’s essentially guaranteed to enhance any track he jumps on. That’s right: Kendrick Lamar assists on the guest tip, lacing Don Cannon, Lyle LeDuff and Frank Dukes cinematic street boardwork with a knotty, fast-paced closing verse. The original version of Holy Ghost can, of course, be found on Seen It All: The Autobiography, released yesterday via Def Jam/CTE World.
Written by richard on 09/3/14
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