Just last week, the one and only Madonna announced that she was working with Colorado hip-hop producer Frank E on her upcoming greatest hits package. Before the ink is even dry on that post we've received word that Frank E has dropped another bomb hit for the masses. This time, he connected with Houston rapper Chamillionaire for what could be the rapper's first single from his untitled forthcoming album. The song, "Good Morning," samples the Tom Petty hit "Free Fallin,'"and is dedicated to the haters, of course. The beat has actually been sitting around at Denver's Side 3 studios, Frank E's homebase, for sometime. He played the beat for up and coming rapper Nispey Hussle when he came through Denver earlier this year as well as other nationally known artists. Seems like Cham was the one who saw the potential. Take a listen to the cut after the jump.
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