”You ain’t been hungry since Supreme Clientele, ” growls the pretend boxing coach at the start of the Wu-Tang alum’s fiery, Just Blaze-produced statement of purpose, ”The Champ.” But it’s misleading: 2004’s entertaining The Pretty Toney Album was fueled by enormous hunger, and that’s apparently led the Staten Islander to a fresh stock of hilarious creativity. He may not be reinventing himself with Fishscale, but as a must-hear street storyteller, Ghostface Killah’s still at the top of his game.
Fishscale ''You ain't been hungry since Supreme Clientele, '' growls the pretend boxing coach at the start of the Wu-Tang alum's fiery, Just Blaze...FishscaleHip-Hop/Rap ''You ain't been hungry since Supreme Clientele, '' growls the pretend boxing coach at the start of the Wu-Tang alum's fiery, Just Blaze...2006-03-27
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Ghostface Killah; Producer (group): Def Jam
Posted March 27 2006 — 12:00 AM EST
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