The members of Wu-Tang Clan have always made songs that sort of play out like the soundtrack for some NYC-meets-Tokyo urban Kung Fu flick, but with 12 Reasons To Die II, Ghostface and company take the concept record route to develop a fine-tuned project.&
Yesterday, the power duo of Wu-Tang veteran Ghostface Killah and retro-soul maestro Adrian Younge shared the fiery "Return of the Savage," the first track we'd heard from their upcoming sequel to 2013's Twelve Reasons To Die.
Kendrick Lamar made an appearance at Adrian Younge's Linear Labs label launch last night, and while simply performing would have been a blessing in itself, the Compton rapper actually showcased some brand new material.
When Royce da 5’9” and DJ Premier announced that they’d be making an entire project together, hip-hop heads everywhere got excited. Premier is a legendary figure in hip-hop and Royce is widely revered for his ability to spit quality bars.
Nine days ago, DJ Premier and Royce Da 5'9" appeared together in a brief video that hinted at a joint project entitled "PRhyme." Now, the duo have confirmed that a joint album is on the way and have revealed plans for several high-profile features.
Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge's reveal the official artwork and tracklist for their upcoming collab album Twelve Reasons To Die.The album will feature 12 new tracks and will be available on April 16th, with a comic book to be released following the a
Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge announced their collaborative album 12 Reasons To Die last month, and have now announced some tour dates in support of the project.Younge's band Venice dawn will support the duo on the tour, which will run through 49 cities.
The re-emergence of Wu-Tang members continues as Ghostface
Killah, whose solo project has been delayed, but he is now set to release a
collaborative project with Adrian Younge which will be executive produced by