Ghostface Killah & Killah Priest Bring Soul to a Smoker’s Anthem (Video)

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Since launching his line of concentrated marijuana – Wu-Goo – Ghostface Killah has added cannabis entrepreneur to his ever-growing resume. The Wu-Tang Clan MC has not stopped delivering smokin’ hot raps, however, and along with longtime collaborator and Brooklyn spitter Killah Priest, Tony Starks has released new music to promote Wu Goo and all of its affiliated lifestyle products. Touting the cannabis oil as some of the best in the surging industry, the two Killahs released a comedic infomercial back in January that doubled as a music video for the aptly titled song “Wu-Goo,” and today the duo is back for another round of medically induced raps.

In “Starry Winters,” the two drop zoned-out rhymes over a soulfully produced beat from Media Haus and the verses are so dope that it’s easy to forget the video’s goal is to sell Dynamite Stix vape pens, the brainchild of Dr. Zodiak & Solo. In fact, the latter are also responsible for directing the video(in collaboration with Ghost), which features scenes shot in what may be the mountains of – where else – Colorado. After calling the vapes “smooth like fur coats and cognac,” Priest launches into a verse championing the medicinal and spiritual benefits of getting high. Ghostface does the same, boasting that he “shines like the crystals on a live sativa.” Also featuring some really dope visual tricks with plumes of smoke, the video is a lay-back-and-kick-up-your-feet inducing piece of imagery.

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