Raekwon, Ghostface & The Roots perform Rock N Roll on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon’s Late Night show killed it this week, earlier this week he had Odd Future on to perform then Friday Night Raekwon & Ghostface swung through to perform Raekwon’s new DJ Khalil produced banger Rock N Roll with a little help from The Roots.

Check out the mastered and trimmed down version of Rock N Roll that will appear on Raekwons upcoming album Shaolin Vs Wu-Tang

Rock N Roll – Raekwon Feat. Ghostface Killah, Jim Jones & Kobe

2getha Baby – Ghostface Killah

Dope new video from Ghostface Killah for 2getha Baby produced by Yakub from his new album Apollo Kids which is available on iTunes now, definitely check for it if you haven’t already.

2getha Baby – Ghostface Killah

Ghetto – Ghostface Killah Feat. Raekwon, Cappadonna & U-God

Some classic Wu-material from Ghostface Killah’s upcoming 9th album Apollo Kids (in stores 12-21-2010) Ghetto featuring Raekwon, Cappadonna & U-God produced by Anthony Acid.

Ghetto – Ghostface Killah Feat. Raekwon, Cappadonna & U-God

Together Baby – Ghostface Killah

Some crazy new music from Ghostface Killah, Together Baby from his upcoming album The Apollo Kids which has a release date of 12-14-2010 dropping on Def Jam.

Together Baby – Ghostface Killah

Zoo York Mixtape

Growing up, Skateboarding and Hip-Hop went hand in hand.  From 95-98 you could catch a young Rev skating with a backpack full of mixtapes, paint markers, Krylon cans and a boombox/walkman damn near everyday.  So in 1998 when the Zoo York Mixtape hit the streets I was immediately blown away.  The film was extremely creative in the way it interwove east coast street skating with rare footage of some of Hip-Hops finest freestyling on WKCR’s 89.9 Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito radio show from the early 90’s. 

Looking back, this is the definition of nostalgia to people like me who skated and were fans of Hip-Hop.  Some highlights from the film include Ghostface spitting his verse from Criminology right off a loose sheet of paper, a very dope DJ Roc Raida set at the end, plus the always entertaining Harold Hunter.

Shout out to the Coliseum, Eastern Boarder & Concrete Wave

R.I.P. Roc Raida

R.I.P. Harold Hunter

Stapleton Sex – Ghostface Killah

New video from Ghostface Killah for Stapleton Sex, which will appear on his upcoming Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City album dropping 9-29-09 on Def Jam.Stapleton Sex – Ghostface Killah

Only Built 4 Cuban Linx Part. II (Tracklisting) – Raekwon Guest Starring Tony Starks AKA Ghostface Killah

So here is the tracklisting to Raekwon’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II, this has got to be the most anticipated album in recent history.  Looks pretty official, don’t be surprised the tracklisting changes around a bit before it drops this September.

01. Return To The North Star (Feat. Papu Wu) (Interlude) (Prod. Bt)

02. House of Flying Daggers (Feat. Inspectah Deck, Ghostface Killah & Method Man) (Prod. J-Dilla)

03. Sonny’s Missing (Prod. Pete Rock)

04. Pyrex Vision (Prod. Marley Marl)

05. Cold Outside (Feat. Suga Bang & Ghostface Killah) (Prod. Atl)

 06. Godfather (Feat. Inspectah Deck) (Prod. Rza)

07. New Wu (Feat. Method Man & Ghostface Killah) (Prod. Rza)

08. Penitentiary (Feat. Ghostface Killah) (Prod. Bt)

 09. Criminology 09 (Feat. Ghostface Killah) (Prod. Bt & Rza)

10. Fat Lady Sings (Prod. Rza)

11. Canal Street

12. 10 Bricks (Feat. Cappadonna & Ghostface Killah) (Prod. J-Dilla)

13. G-hide (Feat. Ghostface Killah) (Prod. Negro)

14. Rockstar (Feat. Inspectah Deck & Gza) (Prod. Rza)

15. Catalina (Feat. Busta Ryhmes) (Prod. Dr. Dre)

 16. 40 Deuce (Feat. Jadakiss & Styles P) (Prod. Scram Jones)

17. Walk Wit Me (Prod. Scram Jones)

18. We Will Rob You (Feat. Slick Rick, Gza & Masta Killah) (Prod. Allah Justice)

19. Have Mercy (Feat. Beanie Sigel)

20. Surgical Gloves (Prod. The Alchemist)

21. Nigga Me (Prod. Dr. Dre)

22. Mean Streets (Feat. Inspectah Deck) (Prod. Allah Mathematics)

23. Kiss The Ring (Feat. Inspectah Deck & Masta Killah) (Prod. Scram Jones)

24. Ason Jones (Prod. J-Dilla)