"More conscious of the way we raise our daughters."
Two decades after Illmatic, Nas sat down with Microphone Check for a conversation that moved from his love for Ali Shaheed Muhammad’s group, A Tribe Called Quest, to music journalism (“If you’re Sade, it doesn’t matter. She does what she does. But for all of us, journalism is a huge deal.”) hearing himself on the radio for the first time and his audience.
Ghostface Killah is my favorite rapper of all time. Definitively and by far.
One of the reasons he’s so great is his ability to weave stories and narratives like a new age Mark Twain in Wallabees. So imagine my delight at this mixtape by our very own Trackstar The DJ, chronicling Ghosts most memorable and compelling stories. It’s crazy to think that this tape has stories of project fights, hotel shootouts, church robberies, and dreams of Spongebob Squarepants. Don’t think of this as a mixtape. Think of it as a collection of stories from one of America’s greatest storytellers.
I honestly don’t think I’ve ever been more excited for a collection than this one right here. So without further ado, here’s Ghost Stories: Ghostface Killah’s Storytelling Raps, presented in conjunction by The Rap Fan, Up North Trips and TSS. Stream and download options are both below. Physical copies are free with purchase of any shirt or hat over at The Rap Fan.
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