Smoke DZA ft. Cam’ron - Ghost Of Dipset

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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.

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