Listen to the album stream of BADBADNOTGOOD and Ghostface Killah’s Sour Soul collaboration album. The project will be officially released on Monday.
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BADBADNOTGOOD and Ghostface Killah release the official video for “Ray Gun” featuring MF Doom. Rob Schroeder directed the piece that has Vyron “Left Brain” Turner from Odd Future playing The Mask. He can’t handle the ways of the earth’s people and wants to go back home in a spaceship landed by an afroed Sarah Parker also of Odd Future. Sour Soul comes out February 17th.
Ghostface Killah was joined by Kandace Springs and backed by The Revelations for his performance of “Love Don’t Live Here No More” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
While fans anticipate the long-awaited DOOMSTARKS project between Ghostface and MF Doom they can hear their “Ray Gun” collaboration on BADBADNOTGOOD’s upcoming Sour Soul album coming out February 24th.
Michael K. Williams stars in the dark clip for Ghostface Killah’s “Love Don’t Live Here No More” featuring Kandace Springs.
DJ 7L of Czarface mixed 6 minutes of Ghostface Killah’s 36 Seasons into a quick snippet preview ahead of the December 9th release date. The album has appearances from Kandace Springs, Tre Williams, AZ, Kool G Rap, Pharoahe Monch and Rell. The narrative of the album finds Ghostface Killan’s Tony Starks alter ego returning to Staten Islan with plans to live a low key life but the city puts a detour in his direction.
Toronto hip-hop/jazz group BADBADNOTGOOD is releasing their new album Sour Soul on February 17th. Ghostface Killah will be featured on every song and there are appearances from Danny Brown and Elzhi. “Gunshowers” is a Sergio Leone sounding track with Elzhi and Ghostface sharing time stacking verses about silencing their verbal opponents.
Ghostface Killah and BADBADNOTGOOD performed together for the first time for the latest Alife session. Ghostface explains how they came to their initial collaboration and the advantages of working with a live band.
“Six Degrees” is a song put together by Ghostface Killah and Toronto jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD. There is also a feature from Danny Brown on the track that can be pre-ordered for the 10″ vinyl version and goes on sale digitally June 23rd.
“All That I Got Is You” is Ghostface Killah’s tribute to his mother and the first single from his ’96 debut album, Ironman. Mary J.Blige appears on the album version of the song, but Wu-Tang singer Tekitha appeared in the video. The video was directed by Terry Heller and Chuck Ozeas and has become legendary for its stark images of poverty. Last year Ghostface released his Adrian Younge collaboration 12 Reasons To Die. In early 2014 he appeared on the reality show Couples Therapy.