Ghostface Killah Teases ‘DOOMSTARKS’ Album With DOOM
Ghostface Killah posted a fresh new drawing (above) of himself and DOOM on his Facebook page as he continues to stoke the coals under their long-awaited collab album DOOMSTARKS.
Late last year Ghostface let slip that DOOM "wants to drop that [album] in February" but they haven't dropped any new music since "Lively Hood" back in September. This album has been supposed to drop for so long that most people don't want to get their hopes up for a 2016 release.
Back in November DOOM made a rare appearance in a strange video from an undisclosed island about how he's ready to return to music in a big way this year. We still haven't heard anything new from him in 2016 so far, and all he's released in recent times is a limited edition Metalface Villain hat with New Era.
The two have an incredible track record together dating back to "The Mask" from the 2005 DangerDoom LP Mouse & The Mask. In 2009 Ghost hopped on DOOM's Born Like This album for a crazy verse on "Angelz" (the original version without drums is superior) and in 2011 they released an excellent single "Victory Laps," complete with a top-notch Madlib remix.
Fans have been fiending for this album ever since they thought it was called Swift & Changeable and they covered Mass Appeal. Ghostface has also said he's working on putting out Supreme Clientele 2 this year as well, plus an album with Tragedy Khadafi and Killah Priest. We'll be lucky if we see even one of those projects this year, but let's cross our fingers and pray it's DOOMSTARKS.
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