Ghostface Killah Songs

  • Lively Hood
    Lively Hood
    If you've been following the careers of Ghostface Killah and DOOM, you've undoubtedly heard promises of a collaborative project. While Ghost is as prolific as ever these days, it's much harder to pin DOOM down (he's also been evading a follow-up to his underground classic with Madlib, Madvillainy). Somehow, the wonderful people at Adult Swim have managed to get the two rappers on a track together,even billing it as a DOOMSTARKS release. 
  • Get The Money
    Get The Money
    After teaming up with BadBadNotGood for Sour Soul, Ghostface Killah is collabing with producer Adrian Younge on new album Twelve Reasons to Die II. Today they share one of the album's lead singles, "Get The Money" feat. Vince Staples. The song "Get The Money" is a high-powered car chase music with Ghost & Vince's verses in tow over a vintage Adrian Younge beat.
  • Game
    Napoleon is a member of the Wu-Syndicate, and this week marks the release of his new album, Ring of Power. Featured on the project are collaborations with Jim Jones, KXNG CROOKED, Pusha T, Killah Priest and GHostface Killah, the last of which hops on a particularly incendiary track called "Game."
  • Let The Record Spin
    Let The Record Spin
    Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge are teaming up once more, to follow up their 2013 joint effort, Twelve Reasons To Die. Twelve Reasons To Die II sees its second release today, with Raekwon providing assistance on the appropriately old school-sounding "Let The Record Spin." That old school sound is helped along by the fact that they recorded the album on analog tape, in order to give that textured, vinyl feel. You can definitely feel it.
  • Return Of The Savage
    Return Of The Savage
    When we had producer/multi-instrument wiz Adrian Younge up here for an interview with his PRhyme companions Royce Da 5'9" and DJ Premier back in November, he told us off-record that a second installment of Twelve Reasons To Die, his 2013 record with Ghostface Killah, was on the way. Now we've got concrete proof in the form of a new track.
  • Ray Gun
    Ray Gun
    Your favorite super hero from the hood, Ghostface Killah, returns today with a new collaboration with musical collective BADBADNOTGOOD and MF DOOM. Ghostface and BADBADNOTGOOD are working on an entire collaborative album, Sour Soul, which has locked in a release date of February 24th. Ghostface's been putting in overtime, from his solo album 36 Seasons, to the Wu-Tang album A Better Tomorrow, and now this.
  • Wu-Block Biznez
    Wu-Block Biznez
    Ghostface Killah has had two albums of his drop in the past month, with both his 36 Seasons and Wu-Tang Clan's A Better Tomorrow seeing release this December, but he's already working on another project. He and Sheek Louch, who previously teamed up for the album Wu Block in 2012, will be teaming up for a sequel in 2015. Here's "Wu-Block Biznez," the first cut from the upcoming album.
  • Homicide
    Ghostface Killah has been putting in overtime, as he prepped a new solo album to drop just a week after the new Wu-Tang Clan album will be out. All the better for fans of the veteran MC though, and today he continues to let us hear cuts off the upcoming album 36 Seasons.
  • Getting Over You (Remix)
    Getting Over You (Remix)
    Jagged Edge already dropped off a remix of "Getting Over You" with New York veteran Styles P, but now they've recruited a different New York staple to hop on the record, Ghostface Killah. The old school record appeared on Jagged Edge's recent album J.E. Heartbreak II, which is currently available on iTunes. The album dropped at the end of October and debuted on the Billboard 200 at #28.
  • Blood On The Streets
    Blood On The Streets
    After linking up last week for "Double Cross," New York City stalwarts Ghostface Killah and AZ return for "Blood On The Streets," another track from Ghost's upcoming album 36 Seasons, dropping on December 9th. 
  • Double Cross
    Double Cross
    Ghostface Killah has always been one of the most adept storytellers in hip-hop, but lately, he's been stepping his game up in that arena. After basing last year's 12 Reasons To Die off of a comic book of the same name and regaling us with tales of a 1960s crime ring in Italy, Tony Stark seems to be going with a less focused, but no less detail-oriented approach for his new album. Entitled 36 Seasons, the project will arrive on December 9th. Today, Ghost delivers a new one with AZ entitled "Double Cross."
  • Battlefield
    Ghostface Killah continues to roll out his upcoming concept album 36 Seasons as we approach December 9th. At the end of last week we got a little album sampler for the project, and now we get the full cut for "Battlefield," featuring fellow OGs Kool G Rap, AZ and Tre Williams.
  • All About The Money (Remix)
    All About The Money (Remix)
    Shortly after getting a new Ghostface Killah single, "Love Don't Live Here No More," a cut off his newly-announced 36 Seasons album, the rapper returns alongside Raekwon for a remix of "All About The Money." Rae recently capped off his TBT series with his W
  • Love Don't Live Here No More
    Love Don't Live Here No More
    Moments ago Ghostface Killah announced a new concept album, 36 Seasons, which is slated to drop about a week after Wu-Tang Clan's reunion LP A Better Tomorrow. The rapper has obviously been putting in work lately, and he's letting us hear what the work sounds like with the first single off 36 Seasons, featuring Kandace Springs.
  • Gunshowers
    BADBADNOTGOOD are a self-described "post-bop" trio from Toronto, who made their name doing jazz-infused covers of rap artists like Tyler, The Creator and Waka Flocka. The group quickly gained the attention of some of the artists they were paying tribute to, which earned them production placements on Tyler, The Creator's WOLF, Earl Sweatshirt's Doris, and Danny Brown's OLD.
  • Ron O'Neal
    Ron O'Neal
    After all nine living members showed up to "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" last night to perform a new song, The Wu-Tang Clan have now shared the official version of "Ron O'Neal." Taken from their upcoming album A Better Tomorrow, the song features verses from Method Man, Ghostface Killah, RZA and a sung hook (most likely by their frequent collaborator Nathaniel).
  • Dirt
    Mobb Deep released their first album since 2006's Blood Money this year, which fell (somewhat) in line with the 20th anniversary of their seminal sophomore album, The Infamous. One of the album's highlights, "Dirt" has now been graced with a remix, recruiting fellow New York legend Ghostface Killah for the occasion. The guitar-driven track is produced by Illmind, Gabriel Lambirth, Karon Graham, and provides some instrumental breaks before the boom bap drums drop on each respective verse.
  • Six Degrees
    Six Degrees
    Ghostface Killah teamed up with three Canadian musicians that dabble in both jazz and hip-hop (and sometimes even electronic music), BADBADNOTGOOD, for a new single "Six Degrees" which also features Detroit's Danny Brown.
  • Thim Slick (Remix)
    Thim Slick (Remix)
    The duo behind the classic album, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx (And Only Built 4 Cuban Lix II, for that matter) have reunited on a new remix of Fabolous' Soul Tape 3 highlight, "Thim Slick". Leaving Fab's verse and the hook intact, Ghost and Rae follow the final verse, trading bars back and forth, recalling the chemistry that made their collaborative efforts so special. Both of the Wu rappers have albums in the works, and of course there's that promised Clan album as well. 
  • '90s Flow
    '90s Flow
    DJ Kay Slay debuted the music video for "Keep Calm" yesterday, and today he's back again with another big posse cut, harkening back to the 90s for "90s Flow." Of course he recruited artists that were 90s staples, including Fat Joe, Ghostface Killa, Sheek Louch, N.O.R.E. and more. The track will live on Slay's upcoming album Rhyme Or Die as well as his mixtape The Rise of A City.
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