|© The Wu-Tang Corp.- 2003-01-02
All of you that are hating on Ghostface Killah for bringing out the R&B cuts on Bulletproof Wallets can stop right now. We all heard Q-Tip saying "Industry rule 4080 - record company people are shady!" back in the days. Sure thing, since then nothing has changed.
A lot of you weren't feeling Ghost's first single, Never Be The Same Again. Mostly because of the mellow R&B-ish beat and Carl Thomas. Well Ghost originally had planned another beat but the label said NO and gave him another beat. Now what did the original beat sound like you ask? Ask no more.
We have the original beat in our audio section. It's done by Choo The Specializt, who also did Malcolm on Supreme Clientele. This is only the instrumental track, Ghost & Raekwon laid vocals on this track but it was never brought out by the label.
As for this news update, I want to close it with: Happy new year!