They’re back. Ghost is the killer behind the mask in his latest horror flick. Scared? 12 Reasons To Die is now available here.
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Much like the music business, the drug game gets messy too. Here’s Ghostface Killah’s latest clip in support of his collaborative album, Twelve Reasons To Die. Says Soul Temple Records: Soul Temple Records announces that, in conjunction with www.recordstoreday.com, they will release an alternate version of the Ghostface Killah/Adrian Younge album Twelve Reasons To Die, This version of the album, created by critically-acclaimed, detroit-based producer Apollo Brown, will be released as a limited edition cassette. These tapes will be given away, […]
War, what is it good for? How about a live performance from Ghost, Masta Killa and Killa Priest during last night’s telecast of Jimmy Fallon’s show? 12 Reasons To Die in stores April 16.
Ghost and Adrian Younge kicked off their 12 Reasons To Die tour at L.A.’s Mayan Theatre last night. Above, HHH
Ghostface is back on the comic scene. But this time around, his collaborative project with Adrian Younge, 12 Reasons To Die comes to life in a six-page illustration. XXL has our first look. Soul Temple and Black Mask Studios have produced a six-issue comic book of the same name. It was written by Matthew Rosenberg and Patrick Kindlon and inspired by classic Spaghetti Western film scores. The release follows Ghostface
Featuring the Delfonics’ William Hart, Ghostface keeps his friends close, but enemies closer on the latest cut of his and Adrian Younge’s joint album, Twelve Reasons To Die on April 16.
After releasing a couple of tracks, we now get the rest of the titles for Ghost and Adrian Younge’s collaborative album, dropping April 16th. Pre-order your vinyl, cassette, CD, or digital copy here. 01. Beware Of The Stare 02. Rise Of The Black Suits 03. I Declare War 04. Blood On The Cobblestones 05. The Center Of Attraction 06. Enemies All Around Me 07. An Unexpected Call (The Set Up) 08. The Rise Of The Ghostface Killah 09. The Catastrophe […]
Now that their collaborative project, Twelve Reasons To Die will finally arrive on April 16, Ghost and producer Adrian Younge keep the momentum going with their latest release.
Alright music collectors. Similiar to Rae’s “Purple Tape“, Boston’s Get On Down
This was supposed to be released last Fall. Fast forward three months later, we have the project’s first single. The album is now due out April 16th and from the sound of Ghost’s verse, he’s back on his bullshit. Allow him to reintroduce himself.