Ghostface Killah & The Wire’s Michael K. Williams Bring 36 Seasons To Life (Video)

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In case you missed it, Ghostface Killah’s just-released 36 Seasons is a cinematic, storytelling album. Coming home after nine “long” years, Ghost’s character is out to restore his relationship, keep peace in the streets, and watch for Jake.

The first video, “Love Don’t Live Here No More,” is the perfect accessory to Dennis Cole’s audio narrative. Michael K. Williams of The Wire and Boardwalk Empire joins Ghost’ in a video that shows just what Ironman is up against this time.

Would you agree that although different, this falls into G.F.K.’s early canon of music videos?

#BonusBeat: As 36 Seasons hits shelves, Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch’s Wu-Block joint hits calendars, next month to be specific.

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