Ghostface Killah & Vinnie Paz Spit Bone Crushing Rhymes On Their New Collabo (Audio)

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This weekend, veteran Jedi Mind Tricks frontman Vinnie Paz released his third solo album, The Cornerstone of the Corner Store. The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania MC has worked with Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA and Inspectah Deck during his decorated career. This time, the member of Army Of The Pharaohs and Heavy Metal Kings busts it up with Ghostface Killah on “Herringbone.”

The two verses shine like the song’s namesake. From Shaolin to Philly, the pair of aggressive MCs chronicle some cutthroat conditions on the streets, and lay down evidence why they can’t be messed with—on the mic or the concrete.

Vinnie Paz Declares War On The Notion That Conflict Truly Helps People (Audio)

This song is produced by Gangrene’s Oh No, and has the quirky sample sounds and vocal found elements that calls back to the breakthrough J.M.T. 12″ work.

G.F.K.’s seminal debut Ironman turned 20 yesterday (October 29).