It’s a Wu-Tang reunion of sorts as Inspectah Deck and Ghostface will collaborate on a project set for release early next year. Deck, along with 7L & Esoteric, will reform as CZARFACE and dropped the appropriately titled CZARFACE Meets Ghostface on February 15th. This is another collaboration that is in the same vein as their recent collaboration with MF DOOM on CZARFACE Meets Metal Face. To lead things off comes the sinister collaboration “Iron Claw.”
Ghostface Killah remixes “Buckingham Palace” with some lyrical assistance from KXNG Crooked, 38 Spesh and Benny The Butcher. Ghost Files drops Friday.
Ghostface is just going to continue banging us over the head with music until the end of the year. From his Ghost Files remix project comes the “Saigon Velour” remix that features Snoop Dogg, E-40 and LA The Darkman.
Ghostface Killah isn’t done giving us the goods just yet. On November 30th, the Wu member will deliver a double-album of remixes titled Ghost Files. To kick things off, Ghost serves up a remix of “Watch Em Holla” with added guests Raekwon, Cappadonna and Masta Killa.
Chicago’s Mick Jenkins will drop his new album Pieces of a Man on October 26th and drops “Padded Locks” featuring Ghostface Killah.
Teyana Taylor takes it back to the 90’s R&B remix era as Ghostface Killah, Method Man and Raekwon pounce on “Gonna Love Me.”
More dopeness from Ghostface’s The Lost Tapes project as Tony Starks is joined by Big Daddy Kane, Cappadonna and Styliztik Jones for the smoothed out “Done It Again” produced by Big Ghost.
The video for “Buckingham Palace” from Ghostface Killah featuring Benny, 38 Spesh and KXNG Crooked is simple concert footage spliced between some images of the guys rhyming. It’s all you really need so you can focus on the bars.
Ghostface teams up with Benny the Butcher, KXNG Crooked and 38 Spesh for “Buckingham Palace” from his The Lost Tapes project dropping in October.
On October 5th, Ghostface Killah will reveal The Lost Tapes, which is a collection of unheard and unreleased songs and remixes. First up is “Saigon Velour” produced by Big Ghost and featuring Snoop Dogg, E-40 and LA the Darkman.