Wu-Tang Clan And Guns N' Roses!? Ghostface To Record EP with Steven Adler

Former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler and Ghostface Killah from the Wu-Tang Clan

Former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler and Ghostface Killah from the Wu-Tang Clan

Ghostface Killah and the former drummer for Guns N' Roses are doing an EP!? Wu-Tang fans are probably saying, WHY!? Where is Supreme Clientele 2? Where is Blue & Cream? Who is asking for these joints? Why? I don't care about no Guns n' Roses!

It's likely that everyone reading CHHM knows who Ghostface Killah is, and they probably have heard about Guns N' Roses too, but they've likely never even heard about Steven Adler. Steven Adler was Guns N' Roses' drummer from their formation in the mid 80's until they fired him during the late 80's due to his heavy drug use, which was heavy even by Guns N' Roses' standards. He played on Guns N' Roses' classic 1987 album Appetite For Destruction and is lauded for his energetic drumming style. But you might ask why is Ghostface Killah making an EP with Steven Adler. Who the hell knows!?  It's a pretty strange choice, to say the least. Is this possibly going to be some kind of live instrumentation/band situation that Ghostface is experimenting with? Will it be rocked influenced? Or will Steven Adler try his hand at hip-hop style drumming? It's interesting, to say the least, and we can just wait and see if this actually turns into something or if it will just fizzle out and get trashed?

But no need to fret Ghostface confirmed back in September 2017, that Supreme Clientele II and even a new Wu-Tang album are coming soon when he told revolt.tv

"I got another project coming, and I have Supreme Clientele coming, but I have to do this official Wu album," Ghost told REVOLT TV. "I'm dead in the middle of that, I've got the other half I've got to finish. That'll probably be out by the top of the year. That's my priority."
Ghost also revealed that Supreme Clientele 2 is about "85 percent" done," which means fans are that much closer to the sequel of one of the greatest rap albums of the 2000s. With that, another Wu Block album (the first one, with Ghost and D-Block's Sheek Louch nabbing guest appearances from both their respective groups, dropped in 2012), and yet another unnamed Ghost album, we'll be hearing a lot from the legendary Ghostdini. He says all of the albums will drop "in a row."
Alexander Ramalho