Ghostface And Special Guest Sheek Louch Brings out Raekwon Style P & Brand Nubian At BB King Blues In NYC

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Over the weekend, Hip-Hop Legend Ghostface Killah of the Wu Tang Clan, with opening act, D-Block/Def Jam new signee Sheek Louch played B.B. Kings in Manhattan.

Friday (September 22) was a night to remember; Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch brought old skool and classic Hip-Hop back to the city. Before the crowd threw up their W’s, which symbolize Wu Tang Clan, 1/3 of the Lox Sheek Louch took the stage. He opened up the show performing some of his classic records and surprised the wall-to-wall jam-packed crowd by bringing out his rhyme spitter partner Style P. The duo ran through a couple of tracks including “Wildout” and “Money Power & Respect” before Sheek closed his set with “All 20 Of Them,” a dope track for the ladies.

New York is defiantly “the city that never sleep” because the screaming fans waited until a little after 2:00am for Ghostface to take the stage. He ran onto the stage keeping it very Hip-Hop and reppin New York by wearing a blue Yankee fitted cap. He opened his set with “Run” and “Nutmeg.” I mean, the crowd went crazy, started throwing up their W’s and screamed “Wu Tang Wu Tang” when Ghostface burst onto the stage. Ghostface also ran through some of his classic tracks such as “Ice Cream” and “Be easy.” Peep the video below.

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Later in the evening, Ghost brought out Brand Nubian and said, “They are a major influence to me.” The Wu and Brand Nubian rhyme together as the crowd got more hype and started going ham. The biggest surprised of the night was when Ghostface brought Raekwon out. The two of them performed “New Wu” and “Mighty Healthy,” as well as other hits. When Ghost brought out Rae, it was the most defining moment of the evening. Rae kept it 100 and said “We represent real Hip-Hop; we can do this all fucking morning.” Cappadonna joined Rae and Ghost onstage as their performed a tribute to Old Dirty Bastard.

Before exiting the stage, Ghost announced that his album with Raekwon The Apollo Kids will be out on December 14, and Supreme Clientele 2 is coming soon.

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