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Jay-Z’s “Girls Girls Girls” beat was originally for Ghostface Killah


Jay-Z released his album The Blueprint on September 11th, 2001, the beat for the album's fourth cut “Girls Girls Girls” was originally for made for but he Wu-Tang rapper turned down the beat.

The song's producer, revealed the “Girls Girls Girls” beat was originally intended for Ghostface Killah during a discussing with Young . “The only joint that pre-existed was Girls Girls Girls which i had been holding for Ghostface. The pro tools session was called ‘Ghostface'” Just Blaze says on the beat. Watch Just Blaze explain from 11:00.

Ghostface Killah ended up rapping on the beat. He freestyled 16 bars over the “Girls Girls Girls” beat for AOL's freestyle series.

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