A feud between two of New York’s most well-known rappers appears to be brewing.
It all began with Action Bronson’s appearance on SportsNation where he said that Ghostface isn’t making music like his anymore after appreciating the comparison to Ghostface.
Then Ghostface put out a 6 minute video this morning airing out Action Bronson, seen below.
It looks like things will be deaded though, given Action Bronson’s newest tweet saying he was wrong for the SportsNation comments.
UPDATE: Ghostface’s response to Bronson’s apology: “No, shit,”
Pretty much any comic-book style visual will get a look from me, and to top it off it’s actually Ghostface Killah & Pharoahe Monch combining for “Emergency Procedure”. See them and their message animated up above.
Boiler Room did not disappoint last night with slated artists Shash’U, STWO, Rae Sremmurd, Badbadnotgood, Ghostface Killah, Kaytranada, and special guests, Goldlink, Funk Master Flex, J Rocc, Freddie Gibbs, and Dipset – yeah, man. I swear if the bar didn’t shut it down, Just Blaze and Action Bronson may have taken the stage too. Highlights of the 5 hour event include Ghostface and Killah Priest slaying Wu classics to the live beats of Badbadnotgood, J Rocc absolutely tearing the decks apart, and Dipset playing the hits. Shouts to Ray-Ban and Boiler Room for throwing the dopest party I’ve been to since Pitchfork afters with Tek-Life (RIP DJ Rashad).
If you’re as old as I am, or just nostalgic, you probably remember 20 years ago when Raekwon released “Only Built For Cuban Links.” I bet I went through at least 3 of those purple tapes. Forunately, I still have one.
This weekend at Sundance Film Festival, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah screened the trailer for documentary about the iconic album titled “The Purple Tape Files.” After the screening, Raekwon and Ghostface fielded questions from the audience in a Q&A session.
“The Purple Tape Files” documentary will be coming soon, to stay up to date create an account with Raekwon’s FanBacked site.Also, if you’re in LA on February 7th, you can catch another sneak peak at the joint.
Just look at the still of this one. Hah!
Enjoy the visuals to this collab from the Canadian band and lyricists Ghostface and DOOM.
So there’s a sandwich shop/cafe in Australia called Toastface Grillah, with Ghostface Killah being the inspiration for the namesake.
Naturally, Ghostface made it out to Australia to perform at Toastface and below are the results.
Also on the album stream tip today is Ghostface Killah and his new concept album, 36 Seasons. NPR has the drop again as Ghostface will be joining Wayne, Nicki, and PRhyme on the December 9th shelves. Lookin’ forward to diving into the 14 tracks below after a series of stellar previews thus far.
01. The Battlefield [ft. GFK, Kool G Rap, AZ, Tre Williams]
02. Love Don’t Live Here No More [ft. Kandace Springs]
03. Here I Go Again [ft. GFK, AZ, Rell]
04. Loyalty [ft. Kool G Rap, Nems]
05. It’s a Thin Line Between Love and Hate [ft. The Revelations]
06. The Dog’s of War [ft. GFK, Shawn Wigs, Kool G Rap]
07. Emergency Procedure [ft. GFK, Pharoahe Monch]
08. Double Cross [ft. GFK, AZ]
09. Bamboo’s Lament [ft. Kandace Springs]
10. Pieces of the Puzzle [ft. GFK, AZ]
11. Homicide [ft. GFK, Nems, Shawn Wigs]
12. Blood in the Streets [ft. GFK, AZ]
13. Call My Name [ft. GFK]
14. I Love You For All Seasons [ft. The Revelations]