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Odd Couple ft. Smoke DZA, Mikkey Halsted & Donny Goines – Salute The King

Here’s a selection off the new Separated At Birth EP from Chicago production duo Odd couple, which you can stream and download after the jump. The tape also features appearances from Emilio Rojas, Torae, Freeway, Chance the Rapper and others.

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8 Responses to “Odd Couple ft. Smoke DZA, Mikkey Halsted & Donny Goines – Salute The King”

  1. rex hussla Says:

    He wrote hooks, or songs? That doesn’t make any kind of sense to me…lyrics are the same as they always were and have always been.

    *blindfully stans*

  2. Bricktop Says:

    Ghost dosen’t really have anything like BP1 or Stillmatic in his catalogue either
    ^
    And I would never claim otherwise. Ironman & Supreme are classics, and the remainder of his catalogue hasn’t strayed much in terms of overall quality. That was my only point. I’d never say that the best Ghost LP could ever rival the best Nas or Jay.

  3. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Ghost dosen’t really have anything like BP1 or Stillmatic in his catalogue either

    ^ his 1st 2 albums were classics… this fact cant and shouldnt be argued.

    ^
    also factual, I just hold Nas & Jay-Z in higher esteem considering their albums got praised outside of a larger circle than just east coast or “real hip hop” fans

    it’s harder to make music that appeals to a broader range of fans..

  4. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    And I would never claim otherwise. Ironman & Supreme are classics, and the remainder of his catalogue hasn’t strayed much in terms of overall quality. That was my only point. I’d never say that the best Ghost LP could ever rival the best Nas or Jay.

    ^
    I respect that….

    it’s a like an argument over consistency vs peaks/valleys

  5. Bricktop Says:

    I’ll even take it a step further and say OB4CL was really a Ghost album, since he was the only mc on there with a solo track while remaining on every other song.

  6. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    even now decades after the west coast/east coast beef, I still can’t play Cormega or Ghostface in the car without some of my friends complaining about not playing west coast rap

    the fact that Nas & Jay don’t get that slander tho is impressive imo

  7. Bricktop Says:

    it’s a like an argument over consistency vs peaks/valleys
    ^
    Bingo.

  8. Harlem World Says:

    go download hell razah ft lord superb: grey goose

    then see ghostface use the EXACT same verse on good times 2 part 2

    he got found out, getcha head out the sand!

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