Producer Andrew Kelley recently took an “archived Ghostface Killah verse” and an “obscure RZA beat” for a new single titled “Make It Right (47_AK Bootleg Mix)” by newcomer Halley Hiatt.

Kelley has worked with Wu-Tang Clan in the past, most recently on Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge’s Twelve Reasons To Die and 36 Seasons. So it makes sense that singer Halley Hiatt was blessed with a Ironman verse. The song is off her mixtape Heartbeats, which is dropping soon. Last year, she released an EP, Retrograde.

"This been my favorite girl for years, she knows the way I perform/Sometimes I pull my boxers down with one Tim on/It be times, you know I stay away when her friends on/Some reason she be really hot when her friends gone," raps Pretty Tony.

It's been a good couple of months for Ghostface fans. The Wu-Tang legend released a vintage merch collection themed after his 2000 critically-acclaimed LP, Supreme Clientele. The capsule is comprised of a wide assortment of apparel pieces and accessories.

Bump “Make It Right (47_AK Bootleg Mix)” below.

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