Ghostface Killah Shares ‘The Lost Tapes’ Album Tracklist Featuring Snoop Dogg, E-40 and More
Ghostface Killah is coming back to give fans exactly what they want. Earlier this week, the Wu-Tang Clan rapper announced plans to release The Lost Tapes, an upcoming album that will drop Oct. 5.
The project will include 13 songs from the rap legend and features from the likes of Snoop Dogg, E-40, Kxng Crooked, Bishop Lamont, Cappadonna, Sheek Louch and more. Laced with modernized boom bap beats, the new LP is produced in large part by underground beatsmith Big Ghost. Should be dope.
In a touch fitting for a legit rap icon, M-Eighty’s Holy Toledo Productions imprint and the UK’s own Daupe! Media will be granting The Lost Tapes project releases on vinyl, CD and cassette. Adding to that bit of good news, Holy Toledo Productions is offering pre-orders for the first 1,000 CDs, which will have an autographed Ghostface poster, a bonus EP and more. You can pre-order the project on Ghostface's The Lost Tapes website.
Check out the tracklist for The Lost Tapes below, and be on the lookout for the release of the project, which will drop on Oct. 5. Listen to a sampler for the new project below the tracklist.
Ghostface Killah's The Lost Tapes Tracklist
1. "Introduction" featuring Michael Rappaport
2. "Buckingham Palace" featuring KXNG Crooked, Benny the Butcher and .38 Spesh
3. "Majestic Accolades" featuring Planet Asia and Hus Kingpin
4. "Cold Crush" featuring LA the Darkman, Ras Kass, Chris Rivers and Harley
5. "Put the Ghostface On It"
6. "Saigon Velour" featuring Snoop Dogg and E-40
7. "Constant Struggle" featuring Killah Priest and Bishop Lamont
8. "Done It Again" featuring Big Daddy Kane, Cappadonna, Styliztik Jones and Harley
9. "Reflections of C.R.E.A.M"
10."Watch Em’ Holla" featuring Raekwon, Masta Killa, Cappadonna and DJ Grouch
11."I Think I Saw A Ghost" featuring Sheek Louch, Vic Spencer, Reignwolf and Luke Holland
12."Outroduction" featuring Michael Rappaport
13."Saigon Velour" featuring Snoop Dogg, E-40 and Tricky (Bonus Track)
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