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Ghostface Killah Receives His Flowers For “Purple Hearts” Verse On Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers #Ghostface #Killah #Receives #Flowers #Purple #Hearts #Verse #Kendrick #Lamars #Morale #Big #Steppers Welcome to TmZ Blog, here is the new story we have for you today:
Since Kendrick Lamar released his latest album, the Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers hype hasn’t dissipated. It’s his fifth studio project and for just over 24 hours, timelines have been cluttered with hot takes, controversial opinions, and widespread praise of the Top Dawg Entertainment effort. This reportedly marks the end of an era as Mr. Morale is said to be the last release from Lamar on TDE, but fans are excited about what the Los Angeles icon has mapped out for the future.
As debates and discussions continue, fans have caused several features on the record to go viral. The discourse over Kodak Black’s inclusion remains a heavy topic, but on the lighter side of social media, Ghostface Killah is once again receiving his flowers.
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The Wu-Tang Clan icon has been a formidable force in Hip Hop since emerging from Staten Island all those decades ago, and his longevity hasn’t been missed by varying generations of Rap fans. Ghostface added his talents to “Purple Hearts” alongside Lamar and Summer Walker, and listeners were quick to share that they were again impressed with how he blazed through his bars.
The praise is well-deserved for a Hip Hop legend and we concur with every compliment given. Check out a few reactions below and take another listen to “Purple Hearts.”
Ghostface getting a feature on one of the most anticipated Hip Hop albums in 2022 when I first heard him in 1993 is a testament to his longevity and greatness.
— Old Head Energy (@Cheamane) May 13, 2022
Putting Ghostface Killah on your album is always a good idea
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— Andrew Barber (@fakeshoredrive) May 13, 2022
It’s so funny that there are people that are going to discover Ghostface Killah in 2022 on a Kendrick Lamar album
— Quasimoto🌳 (@KhalidIzuu) May 13, 2022
Nah this *** put the cherry on the top with Ghostface on Purple Hearts
— Lenarr Young (@Lenarr_) May 13, 2022
Summer Walker singing about *** eating on a Kendrick Lamar album with a Ghostface feature
wild times we are living in
— Ahmed🇸🇴/Kendrick Lamar’s Publicist (@big_business_) May 13, 2022