Ghostface Killah & Raekwon Are In Vintage Form Over a Dusty Adrian Younge Track (Audio)

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Ghostface Killah is hard at work on his third album in 12 months, fourth if his contributions on Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow are counted. His latest project is the second installment of his acclaimed Twelve Reasons to Die series with artist and producer, Adrian Younge.

Younge’s reputation has grown enormously over the last few years, both through his solo work, as well as his collaborations with Ghost, Souls of Mischief and PRhyme. On the latest offering from GFK and Younge, they invite Raekwon to the party. Ghost and Rae reignite their longstanding chemistry from years of working together and tap into their vintage forms over Younge’s dusty track. Check out “Let the Record Spin.”

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