If you haven’t copped The Lost Tapes yet, you can listen to snippets above and then pick up a copy here. It’s a very strong project throughout (Rappaport is a bit annoying in the interludes, but that’s what the skip button is for).
No word on how Nas feels about Ghost borrowing his album title, but they’re contemporaries, so he’d probably be cool with it. Ironically, the album is produced by Big Ghost, an Internet personality who stole (“borrowed”) Ghost’s nickname for his own handle, so maybe the album title was his idea. To Big Ghost’s credit though, the beats are on fire throughout. Ghostface apparently wanted to hear a new version of the record though, as he plans to release not one, but two (!!), remix versions of the album on November 30. The Bronze Tapes will be produced by Bronze Nazareth and another will be produced by NYC vet Agallah.