In line with his new album's release date, Ghostface Killah put up the music video for its latest single. The Wu-Tang Clan member premiered the video for 'Toney Sigel aka Barrell Brothers' that features voices from Styles P and Beanie Sigel.
The clip was directed by Rik Cordero who had penned clips for Remy Ma, Consequence and Memphis Bleek.
The song is taken from 'The Big Doe Rehab', his seventh studio album that was released yesterday (December 4). It almost had the same release date to Wu-Tang's '8 Diagrams' but the group's member RZA decided to push their date a week further to prevent competition.
Killah's album has generally received rave reviews from many music critics such as New York Magazines and AllHipHop.com. The former wrote, "Predictably Outstanding...Rehab delivers everything we've come to expect from hip-hop's most dependable absurdist - more psychedelic, coke-addled crime fiction spit relentlessly over horny rewired soul samples."
Wu-Tang recently admitted that their group felt different while recording the first album without deceased member Ol' Dirty Bastard. Member GZA said, "Wu-Tang came together like Voltron and he was a major part of the body. Now we're walking around with crutches."
Ghostface Killah, 'Toney Sigel aka Barrell Brothers':