Rhymefest has leaked yet another possible inclusion on his upcoming J Records album, El Che, entitled I Came Home. Produced by his Chicago neighbor and friend, Kanye West, the single features Marsha Ambrosius of Floetry (on loan from Dr. Dre) and as smooth as ever on the chorus. Not known for the same rapid-fire delivery of other well known Midwest artists (Bone what?), Rhymefest’s I Came Home offers listeners the opportunity to fluently understand a message; one that hits home wherever it may be.
Written by DJ Z on 06/13/07
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