GhostDeini The Great

GhostDeini the Great
Ghostface Killah
Released December 16, 2008
Recorded 1995-2007
Genre Hip hop
Length 1:11:10
Label Def Jam
Producer MoSS, Just Blaze, LV & Sean C, G2J Band, RZA, Pete Rock, Mathematics, K-Def, Hassan, MF Doom, Anthony Acid, Fantom the Great, Xtreme, Carlos Bess, 'Acid' Caputo, Shorty 140 Productions
Ghostface Killah chronology

The Wallabee Champ
GhostDeini the Great
Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City

GhostDeini The Great is a compilation album by American rapper Ghostface Killah. It was released on December 16, 2008. The album includes singles as well as new and remixed tracks like "Be Easy (Remix)" featuring Ice Cube and "Kilo (Remix)" featuring Raekwon and Malice.[1] Some versions also contain a DVD.[2]

Track listing

# Title Time Producer(s) Featured artist(s)
1 Kilo (Remix) 6:03 MoSS Raekwon & No Malice
2 The Champ (Remix) 5:31 Just Blaze
3 Tony Sigel a.k.a. Barrel Bros. 3:31 LV & Sean C Styles P & Beanie Sigel
4 Slept on Tony 2:31 G2J Band
5 Run (Remix) 5:54 RZA Raekwon, Jadakiss, Freeway, & Lil Wayne
6 Be Easy (Remix) 4:25 Pete Rock Ice Cube
7 Mighty Healthy 3:14 Allah Mathematics
8 It's Over 3:30 K-Def
9 Apollo Kids 3:52 Hassan Raekwon
10 9 Milli Bros. 4:17 MF DOOM Wu-Tang Clan
11 Walk Around 3:32 Anthony Acid
12 Street Opera 3:31 Fantom the Beat Sun God
13 All I Got Is You 5:19 RZA Mary J. Blige & Popa Wu
14 Back Like That (Remix) 4:02 Xtreme Kanye West & Ne-Yo
15 Cherchez LaGhost 3:05 Carlos Bess U-God
16 Ghostface X-mas 3:02 'Acid' Caputo & Shorty 140 Productions


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