Gotta have peach glazed ham. Chrisette Michele's sweet melody is just cherry on top. GhostWridah: Yes, born and raised in South Miami, Dade County. The strongest aspect of the album is definitely the production from the relatively unknown producers. Either way, it's good to see both Brisco and Ghost take a chance and do something a little bit different. In fact, strange things need to happen if more songs like this, with actual messages, find their way onto hip-hop radio station playlists. I actually had it for about two weeks before I even touched it.
Also, I will be making an announcement very soon to let my family and friends know who I will be signing to. The hook is less than memorable but that's a minor blotch that evaporates in the midst of ice cold verses. The 26 year old rapper, born Troy Jeffery is living the L. The main gripe is the song, Still Not Famous with features generic production from the lone production spot of Miami Beat Wave. There are aspects of this endless journey that Ghostwridah specifically speaks about, which is all under the subject staying true to the idea of fame. When I went back and started listening to the music of my mothers generation, I was blown away.
The masked villain thanks his legions of disciples on this 75-second instrumental from Born Like This. Nothing else gives me that feeling. Look At Me Now Featuring Kirby 3:25 3. GhostWridah: Well I'm so young in the business that I think I've yet to experience that, but I have had some incredible moments: meeting Dr. I'm making the most honest music I've ever made, and the fans love it. Almost fell a tear drop. When I was in 9th grade I had a group and I would write music for everyone in it.
The internet went into a frenzy! GhostWridah: Well my company, like myself, has gone through many changes over the years. We have added the song to our site without lyrics so that you can listen to it and tell others what you think of it. GhostWridah: Musically, I was influenced by lyricism. Over the years, Brown has made it a point to remind us that it's still hard out there in the streets of Linwood. I credit having great relationships and preparedness for that. The song has grown on me though.
I won't say much as of right now, but I will say that God has been extremely good to me! GhostWridah: Let's see I've worked with Lloyd, Pall Wall, Shawty Lo, Smitty, Malik Yusef, just recently Billy Blue over a Timbaland track , and I have something with Stat Quo in the works. I was wowed by Outkast the first time I listened to a single on a cassette tape. Shouts to the online promo team: Fara, Nygee, and Mogeezie. Contrary to common belief, I am a Miami native. Super Sako notoriously know for flipping the script to keep artist challenged and alert in the studio. Funny story is I actually came up with this name in the shower.
The responses were all positive and the outcome was great! I really believe in their brand and they believe in mine, plus I'm into fashion heavy! Ghostwridah, much like many new rappers are part of the new generation of rappers that many eyes will be observing, and this is one of the early decades offerings of the new standard. I also believe I really found myself as an artist over these past 2 years so I guess it all worked out. Thanksgiving is a time of reflection. He's been a mainstay in Miami's diverse hip-hop scene for years and is one of the names that you will hopefully hear a lot more of in the coming months. Ridin Featuring Bun B 2:58 4. So once I knew it was ready, my team and I started going crazy with the online promo.
Danny Brown's Detroit childhood has inspired a large dose of the gloomy narratives in his music. I learned so much in one day from those guys and I'll never forget it. I'm also working closely with Last Rights clothing, an upcoming line already being worn by the likes of Young Jeezy, Ludacris, and Brisco. Celebrate Lyfe 4:10 4 - 4. We at LetsSingIt do our best to provide all songs with lyrics.
You know, that little corner of Dade County between the University of Miami campus and Dadeland Mall. I always wanted to be like him when I grew up. I demoed it, rewrote verses, switched up a few flows, whatever it took to ensure the song would be great. I knew I wanted to create my own dynasty one day and I wanted a name I could live with, be proud of when I see it, something that was a direct representation of who I am as an artist. Still Not Famous Featuring Mayday 3:44 3 Produced by Miami Beat Wave So generic. Times like these are my inspirations and partly the reason I even make music.
You don't need a thousand words to show appreciation. I didn't mind -- it was more like practice for myself. Or do you have an idea of who you are going to work with as far as a label goes? The internet went into a frenzy! With that said, it's only right that Ghostwridah takes the Poe Boy affiliation a step further by doing a couple collaboration records with some of the artists on the Poe Boy roster. Thanks to every fan and supporter of the GhostWridah brand. Hell, you don't even need words.