Fans of Ghostface Killah and MF DOOM know that the pair's long-promised collaborative project has always been somewhat of an enigma (it was first announced in 2005). Now, after nearly a decade in the making, it looks like we might finally have a release window for it. In an interview with Let's Link Radio, he suggested that they might be preparing to drop the project this February. "I talked to Doom people. Doom is ready now," he said. "So, he said he wants to drop that in February."
Last we heard, the collaboration was set to be called DOOMSTARKS. The rappers released the song "Lively Hood" under that name back in September. However, considering all the different statements about the album over the years, it's always possible that things could change. During the interview, he also elaborated on some of his other upcoming work, including a Supreme Clientele sequel and his vaping company Wu-Goo. You can check out all of Ghostface's statements in the video above.