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BBNG and Ghostface Killah are less than 2 weeks away from releasing their collabo album, Sour Soul. They released this new cut from the album and a Sour Soul bundle available for download. The album drops February 23 2015.
Ghostface Killah was performing in Amarillo, TX when he was confronted by a heckler. The dude in question was flipping and talking shit to the Wu member. Ghost eventually stopped the show and called him out. Watch what happened to the dude. Don’t fuck with the Wu.
During the Sundance Film Festival, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah announced their surprise project, a documentary, titled The Purple Tape Files. The documentary will be based on the album Only Built 4 Cuban Lynx which is turning 20 this year. You can watch the trailer for the documentary below.
Here’s the first video clip off the upcoming collabo album from BADBADNOTGOOD and Ghostface Killah. Ray Gun reunites Ghostface and MF Doom. The clip, directed by Rob Schroeder, stars Odd Future’s and MellowHype rapper Left Brain as the Mask. Sour Soul is the upcoming collabo album between BBNG and Ghostface Killah and was inspired by the 1960s and seventies music. As for the collaboration album between Ghost and MF Doom, Ghost said that the LP, named Doomstarks, will be out this year.
Sour Soul drops February 17.
I just learned that BBNG and Ghostface Killah are about to release an LP next month and I’m happy about it. For those that don’t know, BBNG is a Fusion Jazz band from Toronto and it’s not the first time that they hook up with a hip hop artist. They’ve previously worked with the Odd Future and with RZA, among many other hip hop artists. I had the pleasure of seeing them perform live and they absolutely killed it. With all this being said, BBNG and Ghostface Killah will release a collaborative album called Sour Soul. The LP will hit the shelves on February 24. You can listen to the track featuring Doom below and you can also peep the tracklist for the project.
Ghostface Killah drops a video to support his storytelling and to support 36 Seasons, the album he dropped December 9th. The video clip features Michael K. Williams.