In addition to his February 2015 Lex Records’ album with BADBADNOTGOOD, GFK will release 36 Seasons on Salvation/Tommy Boy on December 9th, right around the same time as the Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow. Info and first single down below: From Get On Down: “GET ON DOWN, the record label and online boutique dedicated to [cont.]
Taken from Sour Soul, the new album by BADBADNOTGOOD & GHOSTFACE KILLAH, available February 16th 2015 on Lex Records.
From the Grind Over Matter LP, coming September 9th.
Wu emblem remix of Mobb Deep’s Dirt, from their The Infamous Mobb Deep album.
Alife: “Following last week’s opening of the World Champions Space, things officially kicked-off with an ALIFE Sessions event to celebrate the launch. Done in partnership with Puma® and Budweiser, the latest Sessions featured the Toronto-based trio, BADBADNOTGOOD, and Wu-Tang Clan member, Ghostface Killah. Soon after the match ended, BADBADNOTGOOD set things off, performing their unique [cont.]
Ghostface speaks with Complex about his partner Raekwon’s involvement on the Wu-Tang Clan’s 20th anniversary LP, A Better Tomorrow.
Update: And the cut is released for preview. Toronto jazz-hip-hop-pop-rock fusion act, BADBADNOTGOOD, whose music you might know from The Man With The Iron Fist soundtrack, have announced a new 10″ vinyl release, which will feature Ghostface Killah and Danny Brown. To be released via Lex Records on June 24th, the tracks are “Six Degrees”, [cont.]
J-Love grabs Tony Starks and Mega Montana on this track from his Not Designed To Quit mixtape, today released for free download.
Rae and Ghost cover Fabolous’ “Thim Slick”.
Did you know that supreme evil corporation, Wal-Mart, indirectly has control over the rap industry? Until iTunes surpassed it 2008, Wal-Mart was the #1 music retailer in the United States, despite the fact that they only offer “clean/radio edit” versions of albums, something that we’ve all found out the hard way, at least once. That [cont.]
Reunited! Sheek Louch and Ghostface will reunite for another Wu-Block album, and of course their usual friends will join in as well, such as Styles P, Cappadonna, Jadakiss, Solomon Childs, Killah Priest, Masta Killa, and GZA. No said date has been given for the new project, other than “2014″. 1. Cappa Wu Block (ft. Cappadonna) [cont.]
Flume “Space Cadet” featuring Ghostface Killah & Autre Ne Veut, taken from the Flume Deluxe Edition. Directed by Jim Dirschberger.
Ghostface appears on this new cut from female emcee, Black Frost’s new mixtape Da Beauty & Da Beast: Volume 4.
Montreality dug up this previously unreleased segment from our interview of the year 2013, with Ghostface Killah. Watch as he loses count of his BPY (Blunts Per Year).
Ghostface Killah will appear next season on VH1′s Couples Therapy. See below.
From Flume’s new mixtape, Deluxe Edition, set for release Nov. 12th.
Famed Wu-Tang rapper Ghostface Killah speaks about new projects he has in the works, and shares his thoughts about Drake bringing a new generation of fans to movement from his”Wu-Tang Forever” track. Ghostface also reveals if he thinks newer artists will have the same longevity as Wu-Tang has for the past two decades.
Raekwon and Ghostface Killah leave the slums of Shaolin to joins Crowd Goes Wild and talk basketball, boxing, and blogs.
Master Craftsman in stores now.
The Keynote Speaker, July 23rd.
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