If you haven't checked out Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch's "Trading Places" yet, please, by all means, press play on the video above. It's a mixtape-style cut in which they take turns rhyming over each other's songs, and it's one of the more solid post-Wu-Tang pairings to materialize this year. These guys have a history together, and this track is just the tip of the iceberg. For more, hit up the Wu-Block Killer mixtape below via DattPiff.
There have also been hints of a more cohesive collab that may be in the works between Ghostface and Sheek, but no news has come down the pike just yet. But if it's as effortless as what's on the Wu-Block mixtape, their future together looks bright.
In the meantime, Ghostface and Sheek are coming to Atlanta to play a show at Terminal West on Sat., Aug. 11 with Saigon, Clan Destined, and your hosts, Fort Knox and DJ Dug Boogie.
$22-$25. 9 p.m. Terminal West, 887 West Marietta St., Studio C. 404-614-0006.
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They're kind of starting to look like a joke of themselves. Song's good though.