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While discussing Ben Carson's appointment to HUD, Marc Lamont Hill noted that Ghostface Killah's great leadership of the Wu-Tang Clan does not necessarily crossover to other jobs.

A few weeks ago Action Bronson appeared on ESPN’s Sports Nation and gave a brutally honest answer when asked about his husky voice sounding just like Wu-Tang Clan veteran Ghostface Killah, saying, “He’s not rapping like this no more.” Sign Up For Our Newsletter! In year’s past Bronson took the comparison in stride, telling HipHopDX in 2011, […]

Quirky, but thoroughly engaging, interviewer Nardwuar takes on Ghostface Killah during a recent tour stop in Vancouver.  He asks Ghostface about fellow Staten Island artists Force MDs and UMCS, and Tony Starks really shares some interesting musical history. RELATED POSTS: Wiz Khalifa Mistakenly Disses Ghostface Over Fake Blog Post [AUDIO] Raekwon, Ghostface Killah & Rick […]

The trend of album sequels is becoming more popular by the minute. Snoop Dogg has decided having one classic like Doggystyle isn’t enough. He is currently in the studio cooking up Doggystyle 2: The Doggumentary. The title alone has left fans disinterested. How can you taint a landmark album’s legacy with a sequel that’s not […]

For the last few days, we’ve received lots of links from our friends to a post on the hilarious “Big Ghost Nahmean” blog where the writer, in character as Ghostface Killah, went in on the new crop of rappers, labeling them as soft.

Raekwon grabs his Cuban Linx co-conspirator Ghostface Killah and Rick Ross for the latest leak off of his new album, Shaolin Vs Wu-Tang.  “Molasses” sounds like some glorious old school hip-hop, with enough of a modern sensibility that Hot 97 shouldn’t run away from it.

Ghostface Killah unleashed some valuable words of wisdom for Valentines Day on his Twitter account today. In honor of the holiday, GFK gave his followers advice on “How To Keep Your Girl Happy.”  Read, learn, and enjoy!

Ghostface Killah quietly released one of the best hip-hop albums of 2010 in December.  Apollo Kids is Ghost’s most satisfying album since 2006’s Fishscale.  The album’s first single, “2getha Baby” has received lots of love from fans.

Even though his last album, Apollo Kids, just dropped a couple of weeks ago, Ghostface Killah is already working on the follow-up, a sequel to his 2000 classic, Supreme Clientele.