Ghostface Killah To Release 'Ghost Files' Double Remix Album
Because who doesn't love a remix album?
On Tuesday (Nov. 13), Ghostface Killah announced that he's releasing a double album of remixes from his recent LP, The Lost Tapes.
According to HipHopDX, the project will be called Ghost Files and will feature 25 tracks. One side of the LP will be remixed by producer Bronze Nazareth, and the other half by Agallah. Bronze Nazareth is a longtime Wu-Tang Clan affiliate, while Agallah has made tracks for artists such as Busta Rhymes, Remy Ma, Mobb Deep.
Bronze's remix to "Watch Em Holla" has already been released, along with an unreleased track titled "N.W.O." that features Tragedy.
The album will be available everywhere on Friday, Nov. 30. In the meantime, Ghost is staying booked & busy along with his groupmates. The Wu-Tang Clan recently collaborated with Milk Makeup for a limited release of a lipstick line, with Teyana Taylor appearing in a visual for the release.
On top of that, they are also celebrating the 25th anniversary of their revered debut Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). The group will close out 2018 with several sold-out shows in Australia, New Zeland, and San Francisco.
Check out "Watch Them Holla" and the Ghost Files album art below.
To honor the Wu’s 25th Anniversary and @GhostfaceKillah Killah new remix project, Ghost enlisted Bronze Nazareth to remix “Watch ‘Em Holla” featuring Raekwon, Masta Killa & Cappadonna.
Ghostface Killah’s Ghost Files will be released on 11-30-18. pic.twitter.com/YDNiu4YEvE
— Cleopatra Records (@CleopatraRecord) November 13, 2018