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Never Be the Same Again (Ghostface Killah song)

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Never Be the Same Again (Ghostface Killah song)

"Never Be the Same Again"
Bulletproof Wallets
Released September 4, 2001
Format CD single, Gramophone record
Genre Hip hop
Length 4:15
Label Epic/SME
Producer Lilz & PLX
Ghostface Killah singles chronology

"Cherchez LaGhost"
2000
"Never Be the Same Again"
2001
"Ghost Showers"
2001

"Never Be the Same Again" is the lead single from the album Bulletproof Wallets by Ghostface Killah. The single features fellow Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon and Carl Thomas. The single features a heavy R&B vibe, a departure from Ghost's normal output.

The song was later added to his greatest hits album Shaolin's Finest.

Lyrical & music video content

Described as a "sappy love song",[1] "Never Be the Same Again" is a departure for Ghost's usual street-oriented output. The video shows Ghost and his girl, played by actress LisaRaye, in a courtroom with Judge Mills Lane presiding.

Track listing

A side

  1. Album version
  2. Instrumental version

B side

  1. Radio edit
  2. LP Acappella

Charts

Chart (2002) Peak
Position[2]
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[3] 65
U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks 21

External links

  • Music video

References


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