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“Florida born rapper Ghostluvme just released his latest single “Headaches,” produced by Scott Storch. The track is a trap infused cut with a strong melodic thread accompanying the highs and lows of romantic relationships.” Elevator

“Written and recorded entirely in Los Angeles, the new album is a living sonic document of a self contained artist expanding his horizons in a new city – impacted by a fresh crop of environmental influences and sounds.” The Source

“At first glance, hip-hop artist Ghostluvme looks like a rock star. Although his style most definitely screams rock his music style is hip-hop. He is set to make a huge splash this year. His forthcoming project is going to shake the music scene.” Respect Magazine

“Feels like it’s been quite some time since we’ve seen or heard from Scott Storch but he’s definitely still working his musical magic and actually makes an appearance in the video for “Headaches”by a new artist named Ghostluvme” Bossip

“The hip hop landscape is sometimes supersaturated. From Soundcloud hype machines pushing posers, it can be difficult for audiences to distinguish authentic voices from the fake. But with a unique flow and a mesmerizing lyrical aptitude, rapper/ singer Ghostluvme is poised to take the hip hop world by storm.” Hip Hop Since 1987

“In the realm of contemporary pop culture, it’s easy to secure one’s 15 minutes of fame. But few are fortunate enough to make the most of it, transforming it into a launch pad for a long and viable career. Much of this is based on the right elements and a formula that incorporates the variables of time, opportunity, preparedness, and the intangible, elusive X factor. Ghostluvme seems to be at the intersection of all the above. ” Allhiphop

Ghostluvme is on a good path in terms of his production and ability. He is an upcoming star that has loads of talent. He hopes this project will catapult his career into the mainstream.” Rhymejunkie

“The album will be a bass heavy excursion brimming with trap and R&B influences. Written and recorded entirely in Los Angeles, Fear of Luving is a living sonic document of a self contained artist expanding his horizons in a new city – impacted by a fresh crop of environmental influences and sounds.” Thisis50