If you delve into one post on the site today, listen to Ghostface and BADBADNOTGOOD’s excellent Sour Soul LP, hitting this Tuesday on Lex Records.
Another from Sour Soul, hitting February 17th.
This is so Worldstar, but duke should have known better and caught a bad one.
Vice: In December, 2014, VICE threw a massive rager for 3,000 of our closest friends at the Duggal Greenhouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yards. VICE staged dozens of performances throughout the evening, bringing together musicians as varied as Megadeth’s Dave Ellefson to The Unicorns’ Nick Thorburn to Ghostface Killah and Lil’ Wayne, to perform some [cont.]
Following our reveal of the best major label hip-hop albums of 2014 earlier in the week, we now present our favorite indie LP’s of the year. As per usual, it was hard to find 10 inclusions for the major label list, and hard to narrow it down to only 10 on the indie list. 10. [cont.]
Taken from ‘Sour Soul’, the new album by BADBADNOTGOOD & Ghostface Killah. Produced by Frank Dukes. Released February 24th US & CA / February 23rd UK on Lex Records & Eone Music. Directed by Rob Schroeder.
Taken from ‘Sour Soul’, the new album by BADBADNOTGOOD & Ghostface Killah. Released February 24th US & CA / February 23rd UK on Lex Records & Eone Music. Bonus, in the second clip, Ghost performs “Love Don’t Live Here No More” on The Tonight Show, from his 2014 36 Seasons LP. 215192617 by YardieGoals
Ghostface Killah talks about if foot massages, the NYPD, Bill Cosby and more are overrated or underrated.
In a new interview with Cuepoint, producer Adrian Younge reveals that he is working on a sequel to 12 Reasons To Die with Ghostface Killah, as well as a full-length album with Bilal. Read on… Meet the Soulful Composer Who Loves Being Sampled
From the new Ghostface Killah album 36 Seasons.
I’ve done a dual review for Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow and Ghostface Killah’s 36 Seasons, however it is a very in-depth piece – 4500 words – which explores the history of the Wu-Tang Clan leading up to A Better Tomorrow, so this had to go over to Cuepoint, where you can read it in [cont.]
Our dual review of Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow and Ghostface Killah’s 36 Seasons is coming this week.
NPR follows up their PRhyme stream with next week’s 36 Seasons LP release from GFK.
36 Seasons hits December 9th, one week after Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow….thankfully.
The GFK jumps on the second remix of Jagged Edge’s “Getting Over You.”
36 Seasons hits December 9th.
Produced by The Revelations. From the album, 36 Seasons, available 12/9/14. Comic illustration by Tyler Boss
Produced by Fizzy Womack and the Revelations. From the album, 36 Seasons due December 9th.
1/3 of CZARFACE, 7L, lends his talents to mixing this “snippet tape” for Ghostface Killah’s upcoming 36 Seasons mixtape. Listen below.
Young Lito – friend of Troy Ave and member of the B$B crew has generated some legitimate buzz with “All About The Money,” so much that Rae and Ghost decided to bless the beat. Sidenote: I’ll probably use this on my upcoming Wu-Tang Killer B-Sides 2014 mix. But there’s something else dropping first…
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