Ghost, Flies In The Kitchen

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Terance Coleman, Ghost, born March 25, 1991 in Baltimore’s Harbor Hospital is an upcoming rapper with his own sound to add the rich musical history of hip hop. He raps about his life experiences over instrumentals that he looks at as a soundtrack to his story. His childhood was shaken quickly at the age of 4 or 5 recalling CPS taking him and siblings away.

Growing up in foster homes, one particular home on the eastside of Baltimore on Broadway and Ashland, Ghost gained attention for rapping Tim Tree’s “We Don’t Love Em” while foster brother Armand created the beat from beating on tables around the house. He then began freestyling against friends for respect and just for kicks.

Follow Ghost as he tells his story in his newest project titled Flies In The Kitchen that is a reflection of the his rise and fall. With featured tracks “Big Buck” and “No Wammies,” he’s introducing his Quentin Tarantino style of rap with G.O.G. (Gift of Gab).

Soundcloud: @ghostnigga

 

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