Friday, April 20, 2012

Ghostface Killah, I Appreciate Your Love of Game Shows

Posted By on Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 12:00 PM

I've mentioned the Hollywood Squares update, Hip Hop Squares, previously and I'm certainly excited for any new game show content, even if it's not among my first five choices, but I do thank Wu-Tang member/rap genius Ghostface Killah for the sincerity that he is bringing to the project:

He did have one concern. “They should have some real nice music” for the theme song, he said. “Like when you hear ‘Pyramid’ ” — he sang the theme song for “$20,000 Pyramid.” “You know what I mean? Everybody knows ‘The Price is Right.’ ” He sang that one. “What is this one going to be? Something that’s” vehemently — he used a different word — “unique.”

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