GFK + BBNG.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
GFK talks seeing eye-to-eye with B.I.G. only hours before the latter's murder.
<em>"This guy knows a lot... You're starting to surprise me, kid."</em>
GFK on <em>The Infamous</em> remix.
Taking Wu-Tang Clan fandom to new heights.
Paying homage to a new age Mark Twain in Wallabees.
We ask, because after seeing the Wu-Tang legend get a drink splashed in his face during a teaser for the upcoming season of the VH1 show, we're not sure being a part of the reality TV spectacle was his best move.
We're one day closer to <em>A Better Tomorrow</em>.
Drake gives fans the W.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/ghostface-killah-lead.jpg"></a>Words By <a href="https://twitter.com/preezydakid">Preezy Da Kid</a> Storytelling stands as one of the pillars of the sport called rap.
Another choice cut from True Master's Master Craftsmen, the producer's full-length celebrating the Clan's 20 years doing business.
Raekwon and Ghostface Killah guest star as "Batman And Robin" on a new cut taken from True Master's Master Craftsmen album.
There's something awesome about reminiscing over songs you shouldn't have heard.
If sunny days, rainbows, unicorns, pink cotton candy and falling in love were used to make a song, that song would be the remix to Beyonce's "Summertime" featuring Ghostface.
Ghostface is a soul man, through and through.
Dead bodies, blow and boobies abound in this promo video for Ghostface's latest project, Twelve Ways To Die.
Watch the Roots tear through "I Declare War" with Ghostface Killah on "Late Night."
<a href="http://www.npr.org/2013/04/08/176043665/first-listen-ghostface-killah-and-adrian-younge-twelve-reasons-to-die">NPR</a> got the drop on Ghost and Adrian's Twelve Reasons To Die album.
Bloody mayhem and music combine for Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge's “Murder Spree” featuring Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa and Killa Sin.
In the second half of <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/03/ghostface-killah-muve-music-interview">their SXSW interview</a>, Muve Music speaks with Tony Starks about how things have changed since he came into the music business, keeping up with the demand for new music, how to stay in front of the new generation and how fans’ interests in rap have evolved over time.