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Ghostface Killah Unearths “The Lost Tapes”

Ghostface Killah has unleashed his new album The Lost Tapes, which features notable guest spots from Snoop Dogg, E-40, KXNG Crooked, Planet Asia, Big Daddy Kane, Cappadonna, Raekwon, Sheek Louch and more.

For his latest solo work, the Wu-Tang Clan vet enlisted production from Big Ghost and Matt “M-Eighty” Markoff for the role of executive producer.

 

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In a recent interview with HipHopDX, Markoff explained, “This album is exactly what Hip Hop needs in 2018 and thankfully, it’s coming from one of the game’s greatest storytellers and a supporting cast of certified legends.”

Check out the album stream, cover art and tracklist below.

Matt “M-Eighty” Markoff has worked with Wu-Tang Clan for years. Most recently, the A&R extraordinaire has been helping craft a new Ghostface Killah album titled The Lost Tapes, which he executive produced.

Now, the Indiana native has shared the tracklist and release date for the album exclusively with HipHopDX. The stacked project features 13 tracks boasting guest spots from Snoop Dogg, E-40, KXNG Crooked, Planet Asia, Big Daddy Kane, Cappadonna, Raekwon and Sheek Louch, among others.

It’s produced by legendary underground producer Big Ghost, who many believe is actually Ghostface operating under an alias but Markoff insists he’s a real person.

“This new Ghostface and Big Ghost album is definitely something that is going to blow the minds of Wu-Tang and Hip Hop fans alike,” Markoff explained to HipHopDX. “Our collective goal in calling it The Lost Tapes was to bring fans back to that Ironman/Supreme Clientele/Cuban Linx era.

“We set out to revive that, update it for 2018 and just like that, we have a certified 2018 Wu-Tang banger on our hands.”

He adds, “This album is exactly what Hip Hop needs in 2018 and thankfully, it’s coming from one of the game’s greatest storytellers and a supporting cast of certified legends.”

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