Ghostface Writes Novel And Album

2009-07-15 by scyther | 15 Comments
Dennis Cole (or as you may know him, Wu-Tang sensation Ghostface Killah) will release his first illustrated novel, Cell Block Z, on July 29. It's the story of a fictional boxer named Cole Dennis of a futuristic city "being held hostage to chaos and terror".

According to a description by website Rapgodfathers: "Upon entering a futuristic super-prison, the main character finds himself at the center of a sinister plot to turn convicts into killing machines. While the plans to control Dennis don’t pan out, he is transformed into a “towering engine of destruction,” determined to fight for his life."

In related news, Def Jam Records have announced the September arrival of Killah's new "R&B-influenced" record, The Wizard Of Poetry. Ghostface is scheduled to tour with Method Man and Redman from July 22 to August 16, where he will likely perform unheard songs from the record.

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http://rapgodfathers.com/news/9211-ghostface-drops-novel-cell-block-z-new-album-on-the-way

Tagged: Ghostface Killah

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irishmanshibby
July 15th 2009
355 Comments


interesting...

seein him the 27th

robertsona
Emeritus
July 15th 2009
15274 Comments


considering ghostface is one of the best storytellers rappingwise i'll probably get that too

where the fuck is swift and changeable though

zuzek
July 15th 2009
759 Comments


Album might be good, 'novel' sounds lame and distinctly gay.

robertsona
Emeritus
July 15th 2009
15274 Comments


yea who reads books how gay 8)8)


robertsona
Emeritus
July 15th 2009
15274 Comments


id much rather lift weights and bro out and listen to opeth

scyther
July 15th 2009
1606 Comments


lol


BallsToTheWall
July 15th 2009
46399 Comments


Ghostface = Yes. R & B = noooooo. I'm at a crossroads here.

Digging: The River - Drawing Down the Sun

gaslightanthem
July 15th 2009
5209 Comments


will rule

robertsona
Emeritus
July 15th 2009
15274 Comments


balls: check out the song 'forever'. it's got some of that in there, and it's all good. as was 'back like that' from fishscale

Phantom
July 15th 2009
8961 Comments


The Iron Man returns.

MUNGOLOID
July 15th 2009
4446 Comments


book sounds cool. i don't think ghostface and R & B are a goid blend but then again, if any rapper can make a good R & B song, it ain't ghostface.

Hollow
July 16th 2009
263 Comments


Might be pretty interesting.

PaperTigers
July 17th 2009
210 Comments


Zuzek: Album might be good, 'novel' sounds lame and distinctly gay.

You're digging Dir en grey, and a Ghostface novel sounds gay?? Huh?

Captain North
July 17th 2009
6793 Comments


Wow...novel sounds fantastically shit.

illmitch
July 17th 2009
5484 Comments


this sounds fucking awesome. ghostface's R&B stuff is great, idk wtf you've been listening to if you're sleeping on this. novel sounds tight too.



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