Ghostface Killah slays SF crowd stacked with Wu-soldiers

Ghostface KillahPhotos by Justin Yee // Written by Molly Kish //

Ghostface Killah //
The Independent – San Francisco
December 7th, 2014 //

A mere two days before his brand-new album 36 Chambers dropped, Ghostface Killah gave a packed audience at The Independent a career-spanning performance of a lifetime. Running through nearly 20-plus years worth of genre-defining material, the hip-hop legend slayed an enthusiastic crowd full of Wu-Tang soldiers and solo fans alike. Dropping hit after hit with fellow clan members and getting the crowd involved with his signature call-and-response flow, Ghostface kept the venue ablaze throughout his entire two-hour performance.

With Ghostface’s latest LP out less than a week after the release of Wu-Tang’s new album A Better Tomorrow, we can only hope that there will be plenty of more Wu-related performances in the near future. If Sunday’s show was any indication, the Bay Area is definitely ready to have some more Wu members come through soon.


  1. Two hours? I don’t think he played for more than an hour and a half because he was kicked off for going over.

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