Killah Priest drops “I Killed The Devil Last Night ”

July 30, 2009

Killah Priest is presenting his brand new street album, titled I Killed The Devil Last Night, as a free download, exclusively on

“This is more like a street album, it’s Priest doing other things on here,” the rapper explained. “I killed the devil with music.”

The project is a 26-track effort, full of brand new, never-heard-before freestyles and original tracks all with Killah Priest by himself, aside from one track from his son Starkim, as well as a collabo track with Advo, Willy Northpole, Stat Quo, Big Lou, Hussein Fatal, and others.

“Advo’s ‘Where I Come From (Remix)’ was a murderous joint. It was crazy … all these new young terrorizers on the mic … hip-hop is infinite,” exclaimed Killah Priest.

Other Killah Priest projects are forthcoming. Until then, enjoy this new mixtape by downloading here, and stayed tuned for updates at



The full tracklist of I Killed The Devil Last Night is as follows:

1. “I Killed The Devil Last Night”
2. “The Book”
3. “The Chase”
4. “The Long Ride”
5. “Wu Hoo Freestyle”
6. “Power Freestyle”
7. “Drinkin’ With The Devil”
8. “Color of Murder”
9. “The Devil’s Eulogy”
10. “Psychic Priestyles”
11. “Vendetta Kingz” (Preview from Forever Regiem)
12. “Minds” – Starkim
13. “How We Met” Skit
14. “Dark Evening in Hell’s Poll” ft. Rasul
15. “Brooklyn Style”
16. “My Daughters”
17. “Don’t Stop”
18. “Puff A Cloud”
19. “Edge of the Night”
20. “Black Jesus Freestyle”
21. “Amazing”
22. “Vampire Loud”
23. “3-6 Freestyle”
24. “The Coming”
25. “The Funeral”
26. “Where I Come From (Remix)”- Tha Advocate ft. Willy Northpole, Killah Priest, Stat Quo, Doitall, Big Lou, Hussein Fatal, Sha Stimuli & Mr. Probz
27. “Outro”


Meth, Chef , RZA and Ghostface Killlah are planning a Joint album.

July 30, 2009


Wu Tang Clan’s Method Man has said that he is planning a joint album along with fellow band members RZA, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah.

According to MTV News the rapper said that the foursome were “in discussion” about the project, which would also see some producers outside of the band involved.

“It’s in discussion right now,” he said. “I don’t want to say it’s written in stone, but it’s in discussion. I want some feedback from the fans to see how they would take that.

He added that the album would feature some “RZA-produced tracks aswell as some outside producers, of course, and we gonna have Wu Tang members on the album, but it’ll be a Rae, Ghost and Meth album.”

He explained that he preferred collaborating to working solo, hence his desire to gear up the project.

“Honestly, I don’t want to make an album by myself,” he said, “but it’s something that’s required, and the fans want that, so I’m gonna do that.

“But the same way with my shows, I like doing shows with brothers instead of just doing them by myself. I like to have a crowd around. And have that input to make the project better.”

DOOM is Bent performing Curls & Figaro Live .

July 29, 2009

New Video by Jay Electronica Prod By Just Blaze “Dear Moleskin”

July 29, 2009

Mos Def a fan Of DOOM!!!!!!!!!!

July 29, 2009

Mos def Shows love to DOOM a underground rapper that isn’t on most Hip Hop fans Radar but as a overall lyrcist and just his creativity he’s what a rapper should embody. Brought to you by check this clip .

Adidas Forum ‘Ghostface Killah’ Def Jam 25th Anniversary Pack

July 14, 2009

adidasforumghost1Is this the end of the Wally era? As part of Def Jam’s 25th Anniversary Pack, due out in Fall 2009, adidas will reportedly be doing shoes with Method Man, Redman, Young Jeezy and Ghostface Killah (seen here). “Tony with the goalie mask” gets a Forum, complete with a multi-tone purple upper, white sockliner, gold “G” logo and his face on the tongue. Predictably, Starksy also gets the gumsole. Just don’t wear these in the heavy rain. More flicks after the jump. [Via Kix and the City]

The Wu’s Ghostface Killah is set to be immortalized in a comic book of his own, by him and featuring him.

July 14, 2009

2009-07-14-ghostThe Wu’s Ghostface Killah is set to be immortalized in a comic book of his own, by him and featuring him.

The upcoming comic/graphic novel is titled Cell Block Z, featuring a boxer character named Cole Dennis who is framed for a crime he didn’t commit.

Here’s the summary, via the publisher: To his fans, Cole Dennis is a heavyweight contender with a devastating right hook. To a city being held hostage by chaos and terror, Dennis has a grit and charisma that make him the shining hope for justice—until he is arrested for a brutal murder. Framed for a crime he did not commit, he finds himself captive in a foreboding high-tech super prison whose masters secretly conspire with the government to turn inmates into tomorrow’s most terrifying bio-weapons — with Cole Dennis as the intended prize specimen. But Dennis is nobody’s lab rat. Reborn as a towering engine of destruction, Dennis will prepare for the fight of his life. He will rename himself Ghostface Killah and with his righteous rage stop these madmen.

The book is illustrated by Marvel’s Chris Walker and screenwriters Marlon Chapman and Shauna Garr helped the rapper pen the story.

Cell Block Z will hit bookstores on July 29, via Hachette Book Group.

Order your copy at for $13.99.