Walter Reed (born August 16, 1970),[1] better known by his stage name Killah Priest, is an American rapper, member of Sunz of Man and Wu-Tang Clan affiliate who was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York.[1][2][3] He is known for his intensely spiritual lyrics, containing religious references and metaphors. He is connected to the Black Hebrew Israelites through his rhymes, and is known for his controversial and political subject matter. He is also a part of supergroup the HRSMN along with Canibus, Ras Kass, and Kurupt.

Killah Priest
Performing in Chicago, July 2007
Performing in Chicago, July 2007
Background information
Birth nameWalter Reed[1][2]
Also known as
  • Priest
  • Iron Sheik from the Middle East
  • 8 Deer Ocelot Claw
  • Masada
Born (1970-08-16) August 16, 1970 (age 53)
Brooklyn, New York City, U.S.
  • Rapper
  • record producer
  • songwriter
  • actor
  • podcaster
Years active1993–present
Member of





Killah Priest made his debut on two songs on the Gravediggaz album 6 Feet Deep (which are "Diary of a Madman" and "Graveyard Chamber") in 1994, and followed this with two appearances on each of two Wu-Tang Clan solo albums, Ol' Dirty Bastard's Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version and GZA's Liquid Swords, both from 1995 (see 1995 in music). Liquid Swords in fact included a Killah Priest solo track titled "B.I.B.L.E. (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth)". Also in 1995, Priest's group Sunz Of Man with rappers Hell Razah, 60 Second Assassin, Prodigal Sunn, Shabazz the Disciple were signed to Wu-Tang Records and released three 12" singles through the label. Initially Sunz Of Man included Shabazz the Disciple, who had previously been in a duo with Priest called The Disciples Of Armageddon.

Killah Priest's first solo album was Heavy Mental, released on Geffen Records on February 24, 1998. It mostly expanded on the themes of "B.I.B.L.E.", featuring religious references and allegory woven into commentary on African American society and history. The album was mostly produced by the Wu-Elements producers, a group of in-house Wu-Tang producers mentored by Wu leader RZA. Sunz Of Man released their debut album The Last Shall Be First later in 1998, but by that time Priest's ties to the Wu were beginning to weaken, as he and long-time friend Shabazz clashed with RZA (their business ties with the Wu also began to weaken after the GZA Entertainment management agency, which they were both signed to, dissolved in 1996). After unsuccessful attempts by the pair to create new post-Wu Tang crews (Priest proposed a crew called the Maccabeez which would include himself, Shabazz and Timbo King among others, while Shabazz proposed a group including himself and Priest called the Sunz Of Thunder) they both effectively went their separate ways and cut their respective Wu-Tang ties.



After leaving the Wu stable, and consequently also effectively leaving Sunz Of Man, Priest helped form the hip hop supergroup The HRSMN with Ras Kass, Canibus and Kurupt. In October 2003, Killah Priest and Dreddy Kruger released a nine track album entitled The Horsemen Project. It was released independently through Think Differently Music/Proverbs Music Inc. and was only available to purchase off the internet.[4] Each track featured at least two members of the group as well as an appearance by Pak Man. It is currently unknown who handled the majority of the production on the album, although it is known that Mark Sparks was responsible for two songs. On Killah Priest's journal, he mentions the Horsemen a few times. The talks about a new album were mentioned on the May 1, 2006 entry. He said "The Horsemen project is definitely going to come. Right now we just have to get Kurupt. He's been doing the Dogg Pound thing, but it's definitely going to come. We have songs recorded and we have more in store."[5]

Ras Kass and Canibus were featured on Priest's second album, View From Masada, which featured no Wu-Tang input whatsoever (though the album's liner notes included the note "Peace to Wu-Tang Clan"). The album had a decidedly more commercially minded style than Heavy Mental, and introduced his new Maccabeez such as Daddy Rose, Salahudin Rose, Sant Rose and Najee Rose -- part of a crew of then-unknown rappers who now go under the name Rose Cartell. The album was an important early stepping stone to stardom for producer Najee7thStar, Daddy Rose, and Just Blaze, who would later go on to produce countless mainstream hip hop hits for the likes of Cam'ron, Erick Sermon, Fabolous and Jay-Z. However, View From Masada received mixed reviews.

Priest had to leave the major labels behind after View From Masada sold poorly. His first independent release Priesthood (2001), released on Proverbs Music, his own record label, was critically acclaimed though it suffered from very limited distribution. Black August followed in 2003 on Recon Records, and was also well received. Priest also released an album on the Internet titled Black August Revisited a few months after the release of Black August which shared few similarities with the original, save its title. Black August Revisited also saw Priest rediscover his Wu-Tang ties, including collaborations with Hell Razah and Ol' Dirty Bastard. He also appeared in the music video for the single "Made You Look" by fellow New York rapper Nas. In 2009, Killah Priest launched the controversial music video "Redemption" directed by One_Over. The video promotes the beliefs of the Black Hebrew Israelites that believe in the 12 Tribes of Israel in the name of Jesus Christ (Yahawashi Ha Mashayach).

In 2004, Priest performed numerous times with other Wu-Tang Killa Beez and also appeared on Masta Killa's album No Said Date. November 2005 saw the re-release of Priesthood on Mic Club Music, a label owned by Louis Lombard III (aka Luminati), who produced Priesthood as well as recent albums by Canibus. March 2007 saw the release of Killah Priest's mixtape album "End of the World".

On August 21, 2007, Killah Priest released The Offering, which was sequenced by his former manager, Stacey Castro and featured appearances from Nas, Immortal Technique, his fellow HRSMN, & 4th Disciple as well as Hell Razah, who appears on the advance single title track that was released in October 2005.

Killah Priest next album titled Behind the Stained Glass, was released on May 20, 2008 on the label Good Hands Records. It is reported that he's also in the midst of recording Behind the Stained Glass Part Two.[6] Killah Priest also released an album titled Elizabeth on October 20, 2009 on Proverbs Records, which Priest owns and he put out a movie/DVD A Day In the Life of Killah Priest feat Najee7thStar and Hot Flames. Killah Priest is also recording another double album called The Psychic World of Walter Reed, produced by Dutch producers Godz Wrath, 4th Disciple, RZA, and more. Killah Priest also mentioned in a YouTube interview for Pyramid West that he is also working on a sequel to Heavy Mental called Heavier Mental.

2010s and beyond


In an August 2010 radio interview with Mista Montana, Killah Priest discussed the creation of his next album The Psychic World of Walter Reed, stating that the RZA and many other key Wu-Tang Clan members will feature on there, including the Four Horsemen.[7]

After several delays, The Psychic World of Walter Reed was released on February 25, 2013.[8][9] On March 11, 2013 Priest was hosting the Digital Dynasty 24,[10] after already hosting Digital Dynasty 15.5.

Killah Priest has mentioned a number of projects he's been working on, including The Untold Story of Walter Reed Pt. 2, Castle Hop (both produced by DJ Woool), Natural Born Killers with Ghostface Killah and Planet of the Gods (produced by Dutch producer team Godz Wrath, who worked with Priest several times already). In April 2014, he said he had postponed The Untold Story of Walter Reed Pt. 2,[11] and was finishing up Planet of the Gods, which was released on June 4, 2015.[12] He also appeared on four tracks on the critically acclaimed album, For The Future Of Hip-Hop featuring Killah Priest, Pugs Atomz and Awdazcate, produced by Bryan Ford and released May 2016.[13] On February 27, 2017, exactly 8 years after the first part, he released The Untold Story of Walter Reed Pt. 2.[14]

In 2021 Priest launched his podcast on his official YouTube Channel discussing such topics as Islam, Judaism ,Ifá, Astrotheology, cymatics, the Kabbalah, Sacred Geometry, Herbal Medicine and more . As well as interviewing a variety of guest . Some which have included 9th prince, Jordan Maxwell, John Newsom, Santos Bonacci, Scarub, Dr. Har Hari Khalsa, Zab Judah , Flea (musician), Ras Kass and many more.



Solo albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Year Album Peak chart positions
1998 Heavy Mental 24 4
2000 View from Masada 73 18
2001 Priesthood
2003 Black August
2007 The Offering
2008 Behind the Stained Glass
2009 The Exorcist
2009 Elizabeth
2010 The 3 Day Theory
2013 The Psychic World of Walter Reed
2015 Planet of the Gods[12]
2020 Rocket to Nebula
2021 Lord Sun Heavy Mental 1.1
2021 Summer End Cafe
2022 The Three Fantastic Supermen EPics
2022 Horrah Scope
2023 Forest of the Happy Ever After


Year Single B-Side Album
1995 B.I.B.L.E. (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth) Liquid Swords
1998 "Tai Chi" (feat. Hell Razah & 60 Second Assassin) Heavy Mental
"Cross My Heart" (feat. Inspectah Deck & GZA)
"One Step" (feat. Hell Razah) "Fake MC's"
"If You Don't Know" (feat. Ol' Dirty Bastard) "Blessed Are Those"
2000 "Whut Part of the Game?" (feat. Ras Kass) View from Masada
"I'm Wit That" "Gotta Eat"
2001 "My Hood" "C U When I Get There" Priesthood
2003 "When I'm Writing" "Excalibur" Black August
"Do The Damn Thing" "Robbery (Remix)" (feat. Elephant Man)
2007 "Gun for Gun (Rivers of Blood)" (feat. Nas) "Happy" (feat. Stori James) The Offering
"Truth B Told" "The Offering" (feat. Hell Razah)
2009 "The 7 Crowns of God" Elizabeth
2012 "Brilliantaire"


Year Mixtape
2009 The Untold Story of Walter Reed
2009 I Killed The Devil Last Night
2016 Wu-Goo (with Ghostface Killah)
2017 The Untold Story of Walter Reed, Pt. 2
2020 Journey to the Planet of the Gods

Collaborative albums

Album information
The Last Shall Be First with Sunz of Man
  • Released: July 21, 1998
  • Label: Red Ant Entertainment
  • Singles: "Natural High", "Shining Star"/"Cold", "The Plan"/"Collaboration '98"
The First Testament with Sunz of Man
  • Released: January 31, 1999
  • Label: Red Hook Records
  • Singles: "Deep in the Water"/"In the Beginning..."/"The Sins of Man",
    "Who are the Sunz of Man?"/"The Valley of Death"/"Bring Back the Mike"/"Valley of Kings"
The Horsemen Project with The HRSMN
  • Released: 2003
Black Market Militia with Black Market Militia
  • Released: March 22, 2005
  • Singles: "Audobon Ballroom"/"Thug Nation"/"Hood Lullabye", "Gem Stars (Remix)"/"Mayday!"
The Spooks Who Kicked Down Tha Doorz with Maccabeez
  • Released: 2005
Original S.I.N. with Almighty
  • Released: July 22, 2008
  • Singles: "Obey (The Statesmen)"
Beautiful Minds with Chief Kamachi[15]
  • Released: September 23, 2008
Historic EP with The HRSMN
  • Released: 2014
The Goddess And The Priest EP with Bliss
  • Released: 2015
The Infinite Universe with Vendetta Kingz
  • Released: January, 2016
Death in the Arena with Moon Crickets (Killah Priest, Lord Fury and DJ Mercilless)[16]
  • Released: November 15, 2017
  • Label: Supreme Genes Records/Moon Crickets Inc.
Don't Sit on the Speakers, Vol. 1 with 4th Disciple
  • Released: November, 2017
The Rebirth with Sunz of Man
  • Released: August 2, 2019
  • Label: X-Ray Records
The Third Eye in Technicolor with Jordan River Banks
  • Released: December 8, 2020
Divine Intervention with True Master
  • Released: April 8, 2021
The Last Ride with HRSMN
  • Released: June 18, 2021
Ragnarok with Shaka Amazulu The 7th
  • Released: September 27, 2021
The Mantra with Shroom
  • Released: November 12, 2021
Savage Sanctuary with Holocaust/Warcloud
  • Released: March 18, 2022
Mr Universe with Jordan River Bank
  • Released: November 1, 2022

Unreleased and unfinished albums

Album information
Nothing New Under the Sun with Sunz of Man[17]
  • Info: Unreleased, planned for 1996
  • Label: Wu-Tang/Priority Records
  • Singles: Soldiers of Darkness/Five Arch Angels, No Love Without Hate, Bloody Choices
Holy of Holies with Remedy
  • Info: Unreleased, announced in 2007[18]
Untitled with Rasul Allah (of Lost Children of Babylon) as G-Ciples
  • Info: Unreleased, announced in 2009
Untitled with GZA[19]
  • Info: Unreleased
Untitled with Black Market Militia
  • Info: Rumoured, second Black Market Militia album
Untitled with Maccabeez (Killah Priest, Timbo King and Hell Razah)[20]
  • Info: Unreleased
All Praise is Due with Almighty[21]
Behind the Stained Glass Pt. 2[22]
  • Info: Unreleased, some material appeared on later albums
  • Label: Good Hands Records/Proverb Records
The End is Near with The HRSMN[23]
  • Info: Unreleased, second The HRSMN album
  • Singles: Impossible (feat. RBX)[24]
Keys Of Solomon EP with Aslan[25]
  • Released: TBA
The Creation of Care with RawzChyld[26]
  • Released: TBA
  • Singles: Run On/Amen Ra/Illuminati
The Lamb's Supper with Hell Razah as Thug Vaticans[27]
  • Released: TBA
  • Singles: New Millennium Child
Natural Born Killers with Ghostface Killah[28]
  • Released: TBA

Guest appearances

  • 1994 "Diary of a Madman" and "Graveyard Chamber" (Gravediggaz album 6 Feet Deep)
  • 1995 "Where Ya At?" and "Where Ya At? (extended version)" (with Ice-T, Ice Cube, Chuck D, RZA, Kam, Mobb Deep, DA Smart, Insane, Shorty, & Smooth B) and "Wicked Ways" (with Sunz Of Man) (from One Million Strong)
  • 1995 "Greyhound, Pt. 2" (from the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion album Experimental Remixes)
  • 1995 "Snakes"; "Proteck Ya Neck II The Zoo"; & "Don't U Know" (from the Ol' Dirty Bastard album Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version)
  • 1995 "4th Chamber" & "B.I.B.L.E. (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth)" (from the GZA album Liquid Swords)
  • 1996 "America" (from the AIDS compilation album America Is Dying Slowly)
  • 1996 "Parle (Hip-Hop Remix)" (with Kavalier album Nikera)
  • 1997 "Repentance Day" (off the Gravediggaz album The Pick, the Sickle and the Shovel)
  • 1998 "Degree Zero" (from the DJ Spooky album Riddim Warfare)
  • 1998 "Abide By" (with other HRSMN members Canibus, Ras Kass, & Kurupt from a 12" single called "White Label")
  • 1998 "No Superstar" (from the Bounty Killer album Next Millennium)
  • 1998 "Moanin"(By Antonio Chance, Killa Sin) and "Street Opera" (from the "One Step" UK single)
  • 1998 "5 Boroughs" (with KRS-One, Buckshot, Cam'Ron, Redman, Run, Keith Murray, Prodigy, & Vigilante) (The Corruptor Soundtrack)
  • 1999 "4 Bars" (along with Canibus & Rose Cartel from Universal)
  • 1999 "Real Nigga Livin" (with Fat Kat Kareem) (album unknown)
  • 1999 "Temple of the Mental" (from the Material album Intonarumori)
  • 1999 "Beneath The Surface" Feat, RES (From GZA/Genius "Beneath The Surface")
  • 1999 "1112" Feat, Masta Killa & Njeri (From GZA/Genius "Beneath The Surface")
  • 1999 "Feel Like An Enemy" Feat, Hell Raizah, Trigga & Prodigal Sun (From GZA/Genius "Beneath The Surface")
  • 1999 "From Then Till Now" (From the movie Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai)
  • 2000 "Horsementality" (from the Canibus album 2000 B.C.)
  • 2000 "Im a Horseman (Promo)" (on Tim Westwood's Radio 1 Rap Show with HRSMN members Canibus & Ras Kass)
  • 2001 "Bread of Life" (from the Cappadonna album The Yin and the Yang)
  • 2001 "Catechism" (with DJ Spooky off the Wu-Chronicles, Chapter 2)
  • 2001 "In Here" (from the Guru album Baldhead Slick & Da Click)
  • 2002 "Catechism Part 2" (with DJ Spooky)
  • 2002 "Out Tha Spot” (with Kurupt) (Released: 2002 (Unknown))
  • 2002 "No Chaser" (with Raze, Hot Rod, & Fokis) (also released in 2003 by Raze on "Leavin Empty Shells")
  • 2004 "Masters Degree" (with Block McCloud, Jean Grae, & Pumpkinhead on album Uncle Howie)
  • 2004 "Ain't No Way" ((with the HRSMN) off the unreleased album Catch Me If You Can)
  • 2004 "Never Imagined" (with Main Flow & Master Foul, off the album Hip-Hopulation)
  • 2004 "Chains" (with Masta Killa) (from R.A. the Rugged Man album Die, Rugged Man, Die)
  • 2004 "Secret Rivals" (from the Masta Killa album No Said Date)
  • 2004 "Saviorself" (from the Jedi Mind Tricks album Legacy of Blood)
  • 2005 "Champions" (with Soulstice) and "Wannabattle Tactics" (with Buckshot & Donte) (from Main Flow album Notebook Assassins)
  • 2005 "Horsemen" (by Pak-Man and the HRSMN off the Pak-Man album Chow Time)
  • 2005 "The Saints" (with Nas) (From the Dirty Harry mixtape The Warriors)
  • 2005 "The 10 Plagues" (by Socalled off the Socalled album The Socalled Seder)
  • 2005 "Testimony" (with SHI 360 and Remedy)
  • 2006 "Beastin" (from the Chino XL album Poison Pen)
  • 2006 "Constant Dreams" (from The UNDC album Closed captioned)
  • 2006 "Pagan Helmets" (from Neurologists album As The Dark Settles)
  • 2007 "Awaiting The Hour" (From The Ill Bill mixtape Black Metal)
  • 2007 "Divine Sacred" (from Lightborn album "The Psychology of Fire")
  • 2007 "Shall I Continue" (from Gumz album From Fetus to Genius...)
  • 2007 "In The Name Of Allah" (from the Cilvaringz album I)
  • 2007 "Liquid Wordz" (from the Canibus album For Whom the Beat Tolls)
  • 2007 "Taarruz Basladi" (from the Ako-Akonomi album)
  • 2007 "Build" (from the Contribution X album Cobra Of The North)
  • 2007 "Law & Order" (from the iCON the Mic King & Chum album Mike and the Fatman)
  • 2007 "Picture of Selassie I (Remix)" (from the Picture of Selassie album by Khari Kill Feat. Jah Bami)
  • 2008 "Galaxies" (from the Praxis album Profanation (Preparation for a Coming Darkness))
  • 2008 "Eat Ya Food" (from the Brooklyn Zu album Chamber #9, Verse 32)
  • 2008 "Bloody Moon" (from VoodooCore {Shaka Amazulu The 7th & Wasabifunk})
  • 2008 "One Day" (From Endemic (Terminal Illness) ft. Killah Priest & Timbo King)
  • 2008 "Theory Of Dominance" (with Corown Da Sensei/Da Shogunz)
  • 2008 "Se7en" (With Shaka Amazulu The 7th ft. Timbo King)
  • 2008 "Walking The Line" (with Annakin Slayd from the album Stalwart Empire)
  • 2008 "Immaculate for the Babylon A.D. Film" (With Michael Arkangelo and Shakura Holiday Prod by RZA and Shavo (Achozen))
  • 2009 "Babylon Beast" (from the Heavyweight Dub Champion album Rise of the Champion Nation)
  • 2009 "Where I Come From (Remix)" (with Tha Advocate, Willy Northpole, Hussein Fatal, Stat Quo, DoItAll, Big Lou, Sha Stimuli, Mr. probz)
  • 2009 "God is Love" (from the U-God album Dopium)
  • 2009 "Memoir Of A Gravedigga" (from Shaka Amazulu The 7th [Black Stone of Mecca album] ft. 9th Prince, Warcloud, Frukwan, and Shabazz The Disciple)
  • 2009 "Murder" (with Chino XL & Sean Price, off the DJ-JS1 album "Ground Original 2- No Sellout")
  • 2010 "Sovereign Skies" (From Kdb & St. Peter album "Within The Solace")
  • 2010 "Soul Purpose" (from Dusty Philharmonics album "The Audiotopsy", Unexpected Records)
  • 2010 "Purified Thoughts" feat GZA/Genius (From Ghostface Killah Apollo Kids)
  • 2011 "Wu Crime" feat GZA/Genius (from Raekwon Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang)
  • 2011 "Picture Perfect" Tragic Allies feat. Killah Priest (from Tragic Allies debut album The Tree of Knowledge of Good & Evil)
  • 2011 "Emerald Cypher" Canibus Feat. Killah Priest, Born Sun, K-Rino (Lyrical Law)
  • 2011 "B.E.N." feat. Killah Priest (from Raise the Bridges album "Beauty in the Trenches")
  • 2013 "Among Us" (from the DUS album Ambassadors)
  • 2015 "Mysteries" with Tragic Allies (from Flip album Reflections)
  • 2015 "Lonely" with Judah Priest and Cappadonna (from Judah Priest single Lonely)
  • 2015 "MoonRockin" Reverie Feat. Kurupt & Killah Priest
  • 2015 "Madd Theories" Judah Priest Featuring Killah Priest
  • 2016 "For The Future Of Hip-Hop feat. Killah Priest, Pugs Atomz & Awdazcate" by Bryan Ford
  • 2016 "The Orchard feat. Killah Priest" by Jmega the God & Corto Maltez
  • 2021 "Cleopatra's nose feat. Killah Priest" by Switch


Year Title Director Role
2000 Boricua's Bond Val Lik as himself
2009 All Tomorrow's Parties Jonathan Caouette as himself
2015 Holy Shit Jozef K. Richards "Killah Priest"
2017 Batman & Jesus Jozef K. Richards as himself


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