Killah Priest ‘Shadows’ Video

Killah Priest is out with the video to his new single ‘Shadows’, off the Wu-Tang Clan rapper’s new album ‘The 3 Day Theory’, out July 6th via Man Bites Dog Records. Watch the RML directed video via YouTube below.

Killah Priest Interview

Contributed by AdamBernard:

At a certain point in time The Wu-Tang Clan’s cup had runneth over with Wu affiliates. Everywhere you looked another album was popping up with the Wu logo on it. In 2006 a lot of the affiliates are gone, but one artist that has remained is Killah Priest. In early 1998 Killah Priest dropped Heavy Mental, an album that would cement his place as a top MC among his Wu brethren, and now eight years and a handful of albums later he’s going the independent route with “The Offering”. Though “The Offering” isn’t due out until October, the mix-CD Prelude To “The Offering” is out now and Killah Priest sat down with us at RapReviews to talk about his work, the new direction Wu-Tang is taking, and to spread a little knowledge about what’s different about Killah Priest this time around. For the full interview, visit rapreviews.com.

The Black Market

Contributed Anonymously:

According to Ecko.com, Wu-tang Clan affiliates Killah Priest, Hell Razah and Timbo King have joined up with emcee Tragedy (formerly known as The Intelligent Hoodlum) to form a new hip-hop group called The Black Market. The group is currently working on their yet-to-be titled debut album, which will be released on Nature Sounds Records.

Killah Priest Teams Up With Tragedy Khadafi To Form New Super Group

Contributed Anonymously:

Killah Priest, who is part of the Wu-Tang’s extended family, has teamed up with Queens native Tragedy Khadafi to form a new super group consisting of a list of talented emcees called the Black Market aka MaccaBeez. The Black Market consists of Killah Priest, Tragedy Khadafi, Hellrazah of Sunz of Man and Timboking from Royal Fam. The group is currently working on their debut, being released through Nature Sounds. The full article at ballerstatus.net has since been removed or relocated.

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