Mobb Deep ft. Ghostface Killah - Dirt (Remix)

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Back in April, veteran crew Mobb Deep unleashed The Infamous Mobb Deep, their first full-length in the better part of a decade. Though album standout Dirt wasn’t picked as a pre-release single, Havoc and Prodigy evidently thought it deserved a little love, as they’ve teamed up with a fellow East Coast all-star to give it the remix treatment. On this version of the record, Wu-Tang‘s own Ghostface Killah grabs the mic to deliver a hard-nosed closing 16 over !llmind‘s jagged guitar riffs and boom-bap percussion. The remix isn’t attached to anything larger, but fans can find its prototype on the crew’s eighth studio album, available now wherever fine music is sold.

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