From The Psychic World Of Walter Reed, available now.
By the time hip-hop had ambled its way into 1996, one fact was undeniable: the Wu-Tang Clan was not only here to stay, but – amazingly – still gaining steam with each new solo release. This can also be said artistically as well as commercially, since Ghostface Killah’s debut entered at #2 on the Billboard [cont.]
In this extensive Interview with Montreality, Ghostface Killah speaks about: – The type of student he was at school (0:16) – Jobs he had as a teenager growing up (0:42) – The key to success (1:46) – His passion for literature & favorite books (2:25) – What he would call his book, if he were [cont.]
With his illustrious career spanning nearly two-decades now, it would be easy for Inspectah Deck to sit back and rest on his laurels; after all, he has helped create some of the best hip-hop music ever recorded. Despite his low-key persona, Deck carved out his own unique space in the Wu-Tang Clan, thanks to his [cont.]
Ghost serves up the first single from his collaborative LP with producer Adrian Younge, 12 Reasons To Die, which is described as “crime/horror concept album” which will be released alongside a six-issue comic book series and subsequent graphic novel. Look for the album release on April 16th. In other news, Ghost is reissuing his debut [cont.]
Ghostface updates fans on his long-awaited collaborative album with MF DOOM. Don’t give up hope yet. “Everything happens in god-time.”
PATTCH82: Thanks for taking the time to speak with me, how are you…? ADRIAN YOUNGE: Yeah I’m good, I’m good. Thanks for reaching out. P82: No problem, I’m a big Delfonics fan so I couldn’t turn down the chance to discuss the album with you. ADRIAN: Thank you man, I appreciate it. P82: How did [cont.]
The history of what would one day become Wu-Block dates back to a song by Fat Joe called “John Blaze”, which featured both Raekwon and Jadakiss, among other rappers. This would be the first time that someone from the Clan appeared on a track with someone from the post-Bad Boy crew, The Lox, despite accusations [cont.]
MTV today announced the release of its first-ever interactive e-book, “The World According to Pretty Toney,” where legendary hip hop artist Ghostface Killah settles into one of his most popular characters to offer hilariously unique perspectives on life. Fusing together audio commentary, fantastic photography starring “MTV2’s Guy Code” cast member and comedian Donnell Rawlings, and [cont.]
Ghost and Sheek speak with Fuse TV, revealing some of their best tour memories. Wu-Block LP due next month.
Another leak from RZA’s The Man With The Iron Fists soundtrack. That’s not our tag, by the way.
We never thought this project would come together, but the Wu-Block defied our expectations. The full-length album is due Oct. 9th on eOne Music. Here’s a new version of “Stick Up Kids”. Word to the Fat Boys.
Ghost and Sheek talk with the Fuse TV about the upcoming Wu-Block album and what to expect from it. While Ghost and Sheek are the frontmen, they suggest the virtually all of the core members of the Wu-Tang Clan and The Lox appear on the full-length. Also, Ghostface is an Action Bronson fan, ironically.
Red Spyda produced track, which samples the Fat Boys’ track of the same name, featuring Ghostface Killah, Sheek Louch and Jadakiss. Album in stores October 9th.
While the Wu-Block album is set to drop on October 9th, Ghostface Killah’s next album will hit on November 20th, and is entitled Twelve Reasons To Die. Executive produced by The RZA, producer Adrian Younge will handle all of the beats. The album will be followed by a comic book tie in due in December.
Two of hip-hop’s most storied groups, Wu-Tang Clan and D-Block, will collaborate on a new album to be released through eOne Music. “Wu-Block,” the new street album, will be released on October 9th, 2012 and features Ghostface Killah, Sheek Louch, Method Man, Raekwon The Chef, GZA, Jadakiss, Masta Killah, and Styles P. Ghostface says, “This [cont.]
While Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch have been hard at work on the Wu-Block album, they have just announced the Wu-Block tour, which will also include Saigon. Dates are as follows: Wednesday 1-Aug Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance Thursday 2-Aug Philadelphia, PA Trocadero Friday 3-Aug Providence, RI Lupos Saturday 4-Aug New Haven, CT Toads Sunday 5-Aug [cont.]
From the new album Snowgoons Dynasty out 17th of July.
Looks like Wu-Block is coming closer to officially dropping. Here’s the first single, up at Itunes now.
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