Ghostface Killah is about to have a busy few months. Later this month, the Wu-Tang Clan will release their long-awaited comeback album A Better Tomorrow. In February, Ghost will team up with the Toronto duo BADBADNOTGOOD to release the collaborative LP Sour Soul. And now, Ghost has announced a new solo album called 36 Seasons, set to arrive next month. Like 12 Reasons To Die, Ghost’s 2013 collaborative album with Adrian Younge, 36 Seasons is a concept album with a classically Wu-Tang narrative arc. On the album, Ghost will play a Staten Island vigilante superhero on a quest for revenge. The physical edition will feature a booklet with 20 images from comic book artists. Soul band the Revelations play on the album, and rap contemporaries Pharoahe Monch, AZ, and Kool G Rap make guest appearances. Below, listen to first single “Love Don’t Live Here No More,” in which Ghost and R&B singer Kandace Springs take on a lush, lilting soul track.
36 Seasons is out 12/9 on Salvation/Tommy Boy.