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  3. Killah Priest | Wu-Tang Forever Wiki | Fandom
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    Killah Priest first made himself known to the hip hop world rapping on two songs on the Gravediggaz album 6 Feet Deep(which are "Diary of a Madman" and "Graveyard Chamber") in 1994.

    Priest made appearances on two Wu-Tang Clan solo albums, Ol' Dirty Bastard's Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version and GZA's Liquid Swords, both from 1995. Liquid Swords in fact included a Killah Priest solo track titled "B.I.B.L.E. (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth)". Also in 1995, Priest's group Sunz Of Man with rappers Hell Razah, 60 Second Assassin, Prodigal Sunn, Shabazz the Disciplewere signed to Wu-Tang Records and released three 12" singles through the label. Initially Sunz Of Man included Shabazz the Disciple, who had previously been in a duo with Priest called The Disciples Of Armageddon.

    Killah Priest's first solo album was Heavy Mental, released on Geffen Records on February 24, 1998. It mostly expanded on the themes of "B.I.B.L.E.", featuring religious references and allegory woven into commentary on African American society and history. The album was mostly produced by the Wu-Elements producers, a group of in-house Wu-Tang producers mentored by Wu leader RZA. Sunz Of Man released their debut album The Last Shall Be Firstlater in 1998, but by that time Priest's ties to the Wu were beginning to weaken, as he and long-time friend Shabazz clashed with RZA (their business ties with the Wu also began to weaken after the GZA Entertainment management agency, which they were both signed to, dissolved in 1996). After unsuccessful attempts by the pair to create new post-Wu Tang crews (Priest proposed a crew called the Maccabeez which would include himself, Shabazz and Timbo King among others, while Shabazz proposed a group including himself and Priest called the Sunz Of Thu...

    After leaving the Wu stable, and consequently also effectively leaving Sunz Of Man, Priest helped form the hip hop supergroup The HRSMN with Ras Kass, Canibus and Kurupt. Ras Kass and Canibus were featured on Priest's second album, View From Masada, which featured no Wu-Tang input whatsoever (though the album's liner notes included the note "Peace to Wu-Tang Clan"). The album had a decidedly more commercially minded style than Heavy Mental, and introduced his new Maccabeez crew, featuring a crew of then-unknown rappers. The album was also an important early stepping stone to stardom for producer Just Blaze, who would later go on to produce countless mainstream hip hop hits for the likes of Cam'ron, Erick Sermon, Fabolous and Jay-Z. However, View From Masadareceived mixed reviews.

    Priest had to leave the major labels behind after View From Masada sold poorly. His first independent release Priesthood(2001), released on Proverbs Music, his own record label, was critically acclaimed though it suffered from very limited distribution.

    Black August followed in 2003 on Recon Records, and was also well received. Priest also released an album on the Internet titled Black August Revisited a few months after the release of Black August which shared few similarities with the original, save its title. Black August Revisitedalso saw Priest rediscover his Wu-Tang ties, including collaborations with Hell Razah and Ol' Dirty Bastard. He also appeared in the music video for the single "Made You Look" by fellow New York rapper Nas. In October 2003, Killah Priest and Dreddy Kruger released a nine track album entitled The Horsemen Project. It was released independently through Think Differently Music/Proverbs Music Inc.and was only available to purchase off the internet. Each track featured at least two members of the group as well as an appearance by Pak Man. It is currently unknown who handled the majority of the production on the album, although it is known that Mark Sparks was responsible for two songs.

    On August 21, 2007, Killah Priest released The Offering, which was sequenced by his former manager, Stacey Castro and featured appearances from Nas, Immortal Technique, his fellow HRSMN, & 4th Disciple as well as Hell Razah, who appears on the advance single title track that was released in October 2005.

    In 2009, Killah Priest launched the controversial music video "Redemption" directed by One_Over. The video promotes the beliefs of the Black Hebrew Israelites that believe in the 12 Tribes of Israel in the name of Jesus Christ (Yahawashi Ha Mashayach).

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  5. Killah Priest Lyrics, Songs, and Albums | Genius

    Walter Reed, best known as the conscious rapper Killah Priest, was born on August 17, 1970 and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He made a name for himself as a hip hop artist in the mid-1990s thanks...

  6. Killah Priest | Discography | Discogs

    Killah Priest And Tragedy Khadafi Presents The Black Market* Featuring Maccabeez* Killah Priest And Tragedy Khadafi Presents The Black Market* Featuring Maccabeez* - Mix Tape Vol.2 (The Dead Street Scrolls) ‎ (CDr, Mixtape) Not On Label: none: US: 2003: Sell This Version

  7. Killah Priest

    Killah Priest Rocket to Nebula, released 02 June 2020 1. Rocket to Nebula 2. Stare Directly Into the Sun 3. The Wonderful You 4. P.R.O.J.E.C.T.S. 5. One Hundred Mummies 6.

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