Ghostface Killah is spreading Christmas cheer to his fans with a new holiday-themed album that comes with some perks — for the right price.
The Wu-Tang Clan legend released his first-ever Christmas album, Killah Christmas, this week. The project features six new tracks with guest appearances from longtime partner-in-rhyme Raekwon, as well as Reek Da Villain, Nizzle Man and Billy Ski-Mask
Fans looking to hear the Christmas tunes will have to part with their money, though, as the album is only available to purchase via Ghostface’s official website.
The digital and CD versions both cost $50, while a vinyl bundle is priced at $300. An extra $100 on top of that will bag fans an autographed vinyl
Those looking to get closer to Ghostface can fork out $350 for a meet-and-greet that also includes a vinyl copy of the album, while $850 secures a phone call with the Ironman MC himself, in addition to a digital bundle.
Ghostface gave fans a preview of Killah Christmas on Instagram by sharing a video of him in the studio playing one of the songs. “I know things seem crazy but limited edition Runs are limited …. regular Albums to come,” he wrote in another IG post. “love all my fans and appreciate everyone of you !!!!
Killah Christmas comes after Ghostface showed off his elite lyrical ability on Westside Gunn’s “Science Class,” which also features Busta Rhymes, Raekwon and Stove God Cook$. The Hitler Wears Hermes 10 track was one of five songs nominated for Best Hip Hop Collaboration by HipHopDX.
Ghost also displayed his Ironman bars on Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers and, most recently, in a New York Knicks and KITH streetwear campaign alongside Raekwon.
Ayo Knick lovers, here’s a bonus / The largest rap group opened doors, seize the moment / Freeze, we started in Lee’s, half-moons to Romans / Gold on the dental, shooting stars, street diplomas / In Kith labels dunking on you like Starks did to Jordan and Grant,” he rapped from inside New York’s Madison Square Garden
Despite blessing fans with a new Christmas album, the wait for his long-awaited Supreme Clientele sequel continues. Last year, Ghostface upped the excitement even further by revealing Kanye West and Mike Dean are executive producing the project