If I remember correctly, “Ghost of Dipset” initially started as a Thelonious Martin instrumental (I recall hearing it on an instrumental album a year or so ago but I can’t recall the title). Then Smoke DZA jumped on it and made it his own. Now Cam’ron lends a verse and the song finally feels whole. With this and an upcoming project with A-Trak, are we finally experiencing the real rebirth of Killa? Capes and all? We’ll see. This is off DZA’s upcomong album Dream.ZONE.Achieve which drops on April 1st.