Next month, Ghostface Killah will return with a new concept album called 36 Seasons. The follow-up to 2013's Twelve Reasons to Die is out December 9 via Salvation/Tommy Boy. That's the lead single 'Love Don't Live Here No More', featuring Kandace Springs, above.
On the new LP, Ghost plays 'a hip-hop superhero,' according to a press release. It continues, saying that he is 'a Staten Island vigilante inspired by a quest for personal retribution and bent on saving his community from the grips of crooked authority and urban decay.' The album features soul band the Revelations, Pharoahe Monch, Kool G Rap, and AZ, among others.
The packaging will feature 20 pages of images from comic artists. The packaging was produced by Matthew Rosenberg, creator of Ghostface's Twelve Reasons to Die comic. Below the tracklist, find a movie-style poster for the album.
Ghostface is also set to appear on the Wu-Tang Clan's new album A Better Tomorrow, which is out December 2, as well as Sour Soul, the new album from BADBADNOTGOOD, out February 17