Back in March of 2013, Smoke DZA called upon the spirit of Harlem most famous hip-hop clique on promotional single Ghost of Dipset. It took a hot minute, but he finally succeeded in summoning a representative of the collective across the veil. This updated version of the record, newly selected as the latest single off Smoke’s forthcoming full-length, features guest bars from none other than Cam’Ron. After the headliner’s original two verses, Killa Cam jumps on rising beatsmith King Thelonious‘s soul-sampled production to tell listeners why he doesn’t f**k around with younger women anymore: “I said ‘You need a father figure.’ She said, ‘Yo, I need a daddy.’ I said, ‘Peace… I’m out!’” Fans will be able to find this rendition of Ghost of Dipset, previous single ZONE and much more on DZA’s Dream.ZONE.Achieve LP, set to hit iTunes next Tuesday, April 1.
Written by richard on 03/28/14
Smoke DZA, the Harlem phenom who linked up with Brooklyn beatsmith Harry Fraud to drop Rugby Thompson in 2012, has released what may well be his most epic street release to date. Dream.ZONE.Achieve, the longtime reader...
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