Before the release of Super Gangster (Extraordinary Gentleman), rapper Styles P played the phantom role in the mixtape market for the last few years. Make Em Move Back, an unreleased and extraordinarily gangster track, shadows the Ghost’s vaporous underground experience as of late. Over an eerie synthesized, hard thumping beat produced by the ATL’s DJ Don Cannon, the Ghost argues that “I know the game, so I ask all the DJs to spin it, if they don’t it’s all good I know the PJs is in it,” but inevitably recognizes that this Escalade-friendly beat is one that will allow him to reach everyone. Yes, folks—The Ghost is back.
Written by Erica L. on 05/7/08
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