Hooliganjewls Presents the Relatable Story of “Ghost”

“Ghost” is one of those songs that finds the artist, this time Hooliganjewls, questioning his life choices and trying to make it in a world that seems cold and distant to him. It’s one of those tracks people will relate to because we’ve all been in his shoes. That is, we’ve all used something–be it drugs, alcohol, sex or even music–to escape the harshness of reality from time to time. What matters is that we eventually put it down and see that we have to approach our situations with grace and a sense of sobriety to finally grow from and grow past them.

“Ghost” features on Hooliganjewls’ MOMMAS BOY album, which features a lot of growth and maturation over its ten tracks. I’m here for the album as a whole, because I’m always a fan of artists growing and maturing. Heck, I’ve built a career of my own on just that (one that’s been relatively fruitful). That said, there’s something about “Ghost,” possibly its production and honesty, that keeps me entertained and enthralled with his flow.

Check out the song below and support dope music in all its forms.

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