Ghostface Killah/Doom

Ghostface Killah/Doom

As their chosen aliases suggest, Doom and Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah have a dark side. There’s Doom, whose supervillian alter ego seems less an expression of self-empowerment and more the by-product of undiagnosed schizophrenia, while...

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Ghostface Killah - 'Twelve Reasons To Die'

Ghostface Killah - 'Twelve Reasons To Die'

The Wu-Tang Clan veteran has clearly found a new sonic chum in composer Adrian Younge, not least because his obsessions – Ennio Morricone, spaghetti schlock, baroque instrumentation – aren't a million miles away from Ghostface's previous sonic...

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Ghostface Killah : Bulletproof Wallets

Ghostface Killah : Bulletproof Wallets

Ghost's most appealing quality is a sensitive, vulnerable side which few of his Wu compadres, never mind rappers in general, risk exposing without a qualifying macho swagger. Take G-funk smooch 'Never Be The Same', a pure bleeding-heart...

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Supreme Clientele

Supreme Clientele

And so the return of the Wu Tang Clan 's most gifted wordsmith is as mysterious and unheralded as all his compadres. No fuss, no build-up, no press release , nothing. Such is the Stateside bootlegging paranoia regarding all Wu products that...

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