Ghostface Killah ft. Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa & Killa Sin - Murder Spree

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The last single off Ghostface Killah‘s next studio album found him pondering how to deal with the many Enemies who would love to usurp his position of power. Given that this is a comic-book revenge fantasy, there was only one possible outcome: a bloodbath. Sure enough, the latest single off the project plunges us right into the thick of Tony Starks’ Murder Spree. Project collaborator Adrian Younge‘s ominous piano loops and clattering percussion back the artist as he lists off just a few of the “six million ways” he knows to end a human life. Joining him in this blood-spattered brainstorming session are Wu Tang co-founders Masta Killa, Inspectah Deck and U-God, as well as affiliate Killa Sin. Twelve Reasons to Die is scheduled to drop April 16, via RZA‘s Stone Temple Records, in a wide variety of formats.

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