Guest House

Album: Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City (2009)
  • This is the fourth single from American rapper Ghostface Killa's eighth studio album, Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City.
  • This song features Fabolous in a story line where Ghostface finds his lady with the Throw It In The Bag rapper as he's laying cable in the guest house of Ghostface's estate. Fabolous explained to MTV News: "I was the cable guy in there. I happened to come up on Ghostface's girl. Ghost reached out to me and said, 'I got this dope joint I wanna get you on.' It's kinda like, you know, how R. Kelly used to have those story joints with Mr. Biggs. I was like 'OK, cool.' As long as the joint sounds dope, which I can only expect from Ghost, and it came through. It was good."
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