Wu-tang Clan - Ghostface Killah Wants To Rap About Religion
Wu-Tang Clan star Ghostface Killah wants to turn his back on explicit hip-hop to focus on his faith for a new album.
The rapper discovered Islam later in life after a visit to a mosque and is now a dedicated Muslim.
Earlier this week (begs15Apr13), he released his 10th solo album, Twelve Reasons To Die, based on a crime comic of the same name, but the star reveals he wants to explore religion on his next record.
He tells Fact Magazine, "I wanna rhyme about God, I wanna do a God album, a positive album so the kids and everybody will understand what's going on. I want to tell what's going on through my eyes. I don't wanna give too many of my ideas away because people just be taking them. Feed the poor people, feed the animals, that's one of the main reasons I'm here. God put me here to teach people and to lead people to his direction. I'm not a Christian, I'm a Muslim but God is one. I just believe in the most high. I know what my duty is."