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Harvey Stripes – Ghost ft. Dru [Video]

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Toronto, ON – Here’s the visual for “Ghost”, the second single from Harvey Stripes forthcoming project, A Penny and a Nightmare. Over a dance beat by Beat Merchant and a sing along hook from Juno award winning singer-songwriter Dru, this track is a departure from the gritty club bangers for which he is known. Harvey tells a story of the ghost of a girlfriends past who continues to haunt him.

The Cazhhmere directed visual was shot in rural Ontario with Brittany Dailey (who most recently appeared in Nas’ “Cherry Wine” video) as Harvey’s leading lady. As the rapper drives down a deserted road, he can’t shake the feeling of his old flame; spotting her in the rearview mirror, seeing her riding beside him and even slamming on his brakes as she crosses his path. A Penny and a Nightmare will be dropping early 2013. Check out the video below and you can download the song after the jump.

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