Wu-Tang member Ghostface Killah recently announced his plans to release an R&B album. "It's my last album [for Def Jam] so I wanted to do the album I always wanted to do," Ghost explains. "You gotta tell the fans that you not gettin' no younger here, we gettin' older! And everybody don't sell crack no more, man. I don't sell crack, yo. I ain't movin' no bricks or none of that other sh*t. I ain't shoot nobody in like since the early 90's, man. How long you gonna be 40 years-old and actin' like you still sellin' cracks and you on the block and you doin' this and you doin' that when times is more serious, man."
Ghostface says fans need to relax. "the fans gotta stop bein' so dumb and ignorant, and know it's time to talk about grown-man situations. Sh*t that happen in the real life, inside your household, your love life, your personal life, that's just like, 'D*mn, it's hard for a n*gga to get some money!' It might be so hard to get some money that your girl might wanna leave you someday because you ain't get no money like you like you used to be gettin' money! Those are real situations, so I think it should start goin' back to songs that mean sh*t. All that other sh*t outside is just gonna keep us dumb, deaf and blind, yo, and we ain't never gonna get nowhere."