GhostWridah - Downtown Lights

Posted 4 years ago
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Miami phenom GhostWridah has stepped into his Booth with the latest street release, Downtown Lights.

Released in conjunction with the re-launch of Ghostwridah.com and co-Executive Produced by the artist himself along with Gio V. and Leo "Lowkey" Zapata, the project features 12 original records from the longtime Booth fave. Included on the tracklist is reader-approved bonus track "Skittles & Iced Tea."

Joining GhostWridah on the guest tip throughout Downtown Lights are Earthtones, Brisco, Billy Blue, Nehemie, Stoney J., Jase, Young Black and Ambitious. Beats come courtesy of Stroud (of Two Band Geeks), Freeway Tjay, The Inkredibles, J. Rock, Lowkey, Cozmo, Smash and DJ Relly Rell.

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