Throughout his career, the Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah has remained one of hip-hop's brassiest figures, his music as sweet and flashy as it is abrasive. From his raw lyrics to his emphatic vocal delivery to his soulful beats, all the way down to his enormous golden falcon bracelet and dinner-plate-sized necklace medallion, Ghost simultaneously fills and breaks the mold of today's typical hip-hop artist. His songs are filled with as much thugged-out street poetry as the next guy's, but it's his imaginative and often off-the-wall handling of the material that sets him apart, making his music less like "The Godfather" and more like "Yellow Submarine." Drawing from Slick Rick and Kool G. Rap as much as... More >>>