Ghostface Killah’s “The Lost Tapes” Album Is Here. Listen Now (Audio)

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Wu-Tang Clan has been bringing the ruckus lately. The surviving members of the legendary group appeared on Logic’s song “Wu-Tang Forever” last week. Today (October 5), Ghostface Killah dropped his first project of 2018.

On The Lost Tapes, Tony Starks enlists Big Daddy Kane, Snoop Dogg, E-40, Raekwon, Masta Killa, KXNG Crooked, Ras Kass, Benny The Butcher, .38 Spesh, Planet Asia, Hus Kingpin, LA Rhe Darkman, Chris Rivers, Harley, Killah Priest, Bishop Lamont, Cappadonna, Styliztik Jones, Sheek Louch, Vic Spencer, Reignwolf, Luke Holland, Tricky and even an intro and outro voiced by actor/director Michael Rappaport for his latest LP.

Alchemist, Westside Gunn & Conway Make A Song Inspired By Ghostface’s Early Days (Audio)

The streaming playlist below does not include the interludes:

The Big Ghost, LTD-produced album itself reportedly aims to return itself to the earliest days days of Ghost’s Rap tenure while also providing a newer sound. “Buckingham Palace” (featuring KXNG Crooked, Benny The Butcher, and .38 Spesh), got a video during the project’s rollout.

Listen To A Hard-Hitting New Album Featuring Prodigy, Ghostface & Freddie Gibbs (Audio)

There are also numerous limited edition items being released in coordination with Ghost’s new album drop, including hoodies, shirts, posters and autographed merchandise. The X-Ray/Cleopatra Records LP was also be available in a limited edition physical capacity with vinyl, CD and cassette formats created, via Holy Toledo Productions, however the vinyl versions are all sold out.