It’s been nearly 25 years since Ghostface Killah released his debut album, so he’s planning to celebrate the upcoming anniversary in a special way. On Tuesday (Sept. 28), the Wu-Tang Clan emcee announced that he will be coming out with a special anniversary edition of Ironman.
“25th anniversary edition of my debut album Ironman coming soon and a lot more,” he wrote. “Stay tuned!”
Ghostface’s debut album dropped on Oct. 29, 1996 and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. The anniversary version of the project will reportedly come as a collectible vinyl and a digital edition, and will include the Mary J. Blige and Popa Wu-assisted “All That I Got Is You” as well as other songs and instrumentals that will be making their way to streaming services for the first time.
The news of Ironman’s re-release comes on the heels of Ghostface’s announcement about a forthcoming project. As previously reported by REVOLT, the rapper let fans know that Supreme Clientele 2, the sequel to his second studio album, will be dropping in February.
After competing against Raekwon in a Verzuz back in March, the “Mighty Healthy” star has clearly been keeping himself busy. He and his Verzuz opponent — who is also a fellow member of the Wu-Tang Clan — are preparing to travel to 24 cities with GZA as part of their “3 Chambers Tour.” The tour is slated to kick off in Minnesota on Oct. 1 and will wrap up on Dec. 18 in Indianapolis.
Look below to see Ghostface Killah’s announcement.
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