Killah Priest Clears Album Confusion

Wu-Tang member Killah Priest cleared confusion surrounding his upcoming recording projects.On a website purporting to be the official Wu-Tang site, an article was printed claiming the rapper was seeking pre-orders to record his new untitled album."That article is completely untrue," Priest told "I am in the process of contacting the website in order to demand the article's retraction and am currently weighing my other legal options."The site, which states it is officially owned and supervised by the RZA, is taking $15 pre-orders for an unknown project by Priest and also offers potential clients the opportunity to book select Wu-Tang acts, studio time at 36 Chambers Recording Studios and information on other Wu-Tang businesses." is nothing more than a fan site and is NOT the official website for any of the Wu Tang members," Priest said.Priest is working on a new group, Black Market, that features Tragedy Khadafi, as well as finishing up the highly anticipated Four Horsemen album that features Kurupt, Ras Kass and Canibus, as well as recording tracks for his next solo album, which is still untitled.In addition to his critically acclaimed 1998 debut Heavy Mental, Priest dropped View From Masada,Priesthood,Black August and a limited 5,000 run mixtape featuring tracks from the Four Horsemen album."I'm not starving, I'm chillin," Priest continued. "When I was in Europe, I met some producers who may have been Heavy Mental'd out and that's where this is coming from."Fans of Killah Priest can catch a performance of the rapper with the GZA, January 9th in Chicago.