Ghostface Killah Finally Gets His Turn To C.R.E.A.M. A Wu-Tang Classic (Audio)
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Dutch-born singer Nicole Bus might not be a household name, yet, but she bursts onto the music scene with serious backing, by way of Roc Nation. Bus, who is half-Dutch and half-Curaçaose, counts as her influences, a diverse array of artists, including Bob Marley, Lauryn Hill and Sade. On her debut single, she flexes a smoky vocal over a sample of The Charmels’ “As Long As I’ve Got You,” which was used most recognizably by Wu-Tang Clan on “C.R.E.A.M..” Fittingly, a week after releasing a remix to the song featuring Rick Ross, Nicole serves up another version with Wu’s Ghostface Killah taking on the MC duties.
While Ghost did not rap on the original version of “C.R.E.A.M.,” Bus’ remix gives a taste of the flow he might have flexed. GFK eases into the pocket with a couple of short and smooth verses about the apple of his eye.
In addition to new music from Nicole and G.F.K., the official AFH playlist includes songs from Anderson .Paak & Andre 3000, Billy Danze, Tobe Nwigwe, Aaron May, Audio Push, 2 Chainz, J. Cole, Nas, Westside Gunn, Boogie, Eminem, Big K.R.I.T., Pharoahe Monch, Denzel Curry, Benny The Butcher, Atmosphere, Masta Ace & Marco Polo, Apollo Brown & Joell Ortiz, Drake, AZ, Bun B, Wu-Tang Clan, Evidence, and others.