GFK does an AMA

Ghostface Killah (@ghostfacekillah) did an AMA earlier today.


Obviously promoting two albums, 36 Seasons and A Better Tomorrow, took the time to hit up Reddit and field some questions.

Catch the transcript.

(via Reddit)


How much of a Wu fan are you?

MTV recently showed The RZA (@rza) Inspectah Deck (@inspectahdeckwu), U-God (@ugodofwutang), Masta Killa and Cappadonna (@realcappadonna) some of the interesting ways fans have shown Shaolin solidarity.

Most notable response?


“When you start putting start putting the W on the back of your head like that…that’s all you think about. Wu-Tang is your life. Maybe more than mine.” – Inspectah Deck

(via MTV)

After the laughter came the tiers


It took a minute for A Better Tomorrow to see the light of day and now we know why.

Hip Hop DX was in attendance during the A Better Tomorrow listening party at Quad Studios that we posted about two weeks ago.

It’s no secret that there were negotiations that held up the final master and it looks like The RZA (@rza) and Cappadonna (@realcappadonna) gave some insight on those negotiations.

A worthy read; props to Hip Hop DX for jumping on the story.

P.S. Hip Hop DX was founded in Winnipeg.
(via Hip Hop DX)

36 Seasons available for pre-order


Get On Down (@getondowntweets), the label that dropped Ghostface Killah‘s (@ghostfacekillah) 12 Reasons to Die album with Adrian Younge (@adrianyounge) last year, has announced that an exclusive 36 Seasons bundle is now available for pre-order.

It will be a joint release with Tommy Boy.

The bundle includes

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A Better Tomorrow coming

Wu-Tang Clan drop another advance

The celebrated Shaolin soldiers unveiled A Better Tomorrow last night in New York at Quad Recording Studios – yes, the same Times Square studio where Pac was infamously shot – along with another advance single, Ruckus in B Minor.

The listening party was attended by The RZA (@rza), Masta Killa (@realmastakilla) and U-God (@ugodofwutang).

They also released a track list for the new album, which you can find here.

The last advance they dropped was Ron O’Neal, which became available after a performance celebrating their 20-year anniversary on The Daily Show last month:

The first advance, Keep Watch, quietly appeared earlier this year:

A Better Tomorrow is available for pre-order now on iTunes.