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RBMA with Wu [VIDEO]

A few years back, 2012, a couple of the guys from the Clan sat down with RBMA to talk Wu. The talk lasted for about an hour, and gives some interesting insights. A must watch, or read for the fan. So if you have the time, grab a seat, and turn back time.

Lecture: Wu-Tang Clan (RBMA World Tour 2011) from Red Bull Music Academy on Vimeo.

 

Ghostface Killah

Ghost Makes RapCity Turn Awkward

Back in 2000 or 1999, Ghost visited RapCity in promotion of his Supreme Clientele. Ghost being him, this led to some very weird moments in the show with references to bodies being in bags and Cappa walking in and out like a henchman. Wu-Tang Gold.

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Ghostface Interview

TSS Presents Smoking Sessions With Ghostface Killah
“Smoking Sessions With…” By TC on October 9, 2009 at 1:30 pm

Ghostface Killah bites his tongue for no one. If he said it, he meant it, simple as that. Still red-hot from doing his part in fellow Wu-brethren Raekwon’s critically-acclaimed Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II, Tony Starks is proceeding with his solo career without delay, releasing the colorful Ghostdini: The Wizard Of Poetry In Emerald City.

In this extremely candid interview with TSS Crew’s TC, Ghost revels in his maturity as an artist, explains why fans should respect his latest musical endeavor and his future label plans. If you think the album is poetic, wait til’ you get a load of his candor.

TSS: So on Ghostdini: Wizard Of Poetry, you’re delving in the “Back Like That,” “Never Be The Same Again,” “Wildflower,” “Love Sessions” territory, correct?

Ghostface Killah: (Laughs) Yeah, it’s literally all of that. There’s nothing but poetry on that shit with all the different topics. It’s just something a nigga been always wanting to do. You know this will be my last album over here on Def Jam. So I was on some ol’ “Yo, you know what? I gave my fans samples, since ‘92…I did albums B…I never really seen no money off the shit.” Just so my fans could fuck around and love me for my music as far as my lyrics. And I never got nothing from a bunch of ‘em…even as far as being in the red. And when I mean being in the red, I mean not recouping! Doing a bunch of other shit to make it right.
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I present to you “IDJ’s 2008 Tax Write off”!

This is stupid. The end.

Ghostface has been releasing new albums at such an alarming rate that I’m beginning to wonder if he’s trying to get out of his Def Jam contract. He’s dropped 3 CDs in the last 2 years alone, with another one scheduled for November 25. Contrary to popular belief, Ghostdeini the Great is not Tony’s greatest hits album. It’s a mix of old cuts, remixes, and some new verses.
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Anthony Hamilton ft. Ghostface – Do You Feel Me (Remix)

Previously we reported on the Special Edition Disc set of American Gangster which would feature a video by Anthony Hamilton featuring Ghostface. One of our readers, CNO Evil has been so kind to rip the audio for us and uploaded it here on Zshare.

I got to say I’m feeling this song. Real nice.

Anthony Hamilton ft. Ghostface Killah – Do You Feel Me (Remix)

Kudos to CNO for the hook up.

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Sean C. & LV Talk About Working With Ghost

thebigrehab1.jpgThe majority of beats produced on Big Doe Rehab was by these two guys. And they have been going around as one of the hottest producers right now. Producing also six tracks on American Gangsters. Roc Boys amongst others. HipHopGame has an interview up with these two talking about, producing. What was the difference between working with Jay & Ghost.

Of course Ghostface and Jay-Z are two different albums. Ghost was on the road a lot. A lot of times we were working in the studio without him because he was travelling a lot, but we would stay on the phone with him and get ideas and send it to him on the road and he would say if he liked it or if he didn’t. He’s one of those guys where if he hears a track a certain way, he’s just kind of married to it. When you’re making changes it makes you nervous if he’s married to a different sound of it. But we worked on his last album too. In this case, we would make changes and we would send it to him and he would tell us it was hot and to leave it like that. So that was the difference between working with Jay and working with Ghost.

It was a bit what I expected. Ghost being on the road a lot. Yet I think Ghost should work with producers face to face more. That’s an interaction that usually gives some more direct feedback. There are a whole numbers of emotions and feelings that are only expressed with body language.

Read the whole interview at HHG

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Ghostface in DUB Magazine

DUB Magazine Feature : Ghostface Killah
January 30, 08 by EddyL

One of the strengths of the Wu-Tang Clan is the individual talents of each member of the collective, of which Ghostface Killah (aka Tony Starks and Ironman) has been deemed by many as the most consistent, with such hits as Ironman (Razor Sharp/Epic, 1996), Supreme Clientele (Razor Sharp/Epic, 2000), The Pretty Toney Album (Def Jam, 2004), and more recently, Fishscale (Def Jam, 2006) and More Fish (Def Jam, 2006).

In fact, it was Ghostface that unloaded the first licks on Enter the Wu-Tang, spitting fire on “Bring Da Ruckus.”

Ghostface, catch the blast of a hype verse/My Glock bursts, leave in a hearse, I did worse/I come rough, tough like an elephant tusk/Ya head rush, fly like Egyptian musk

After the success of the Wu-Tang Clan’s first collective album, they set out to release individual works, with Ghostface trying his hand with Ironman. It was a solid album, but wasn’t initially as successful as those of other Wu-Tang mates Method Man and Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Eventually, though, hip-hop heads and pundits began to notice how his vibe began to reverberate.
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