The Wu-Tang Clan’s most reliable warrior extends his string of triumphs with More Fish, the sequel to his March release, Fishscale. Six discs into his solo career, Ghostface Killah handily delivers everything that his fans expect: nostalgic soul samples, richly detailed scenes of street life, and an abundance of inventive wordplay (”A shark’s teeth ain’t sharp enough/I’m like Mount St. Helen when the god erupt”). B-list Wu cronies contribute a few too many forgettable guest verses, but Ghost’s technique has never been deadlier.
More FishThe Wu-Tang Clan's most reliable warrior extends his string of triumphs with More Fish, the sequel to his March release, FishscaleMore FishHip-Hop/RapThe Wu-Tang Clan's most reliable warrior extends his string of triumphs with More Fish, the sequel to his March release, Fishscale2006-12-11
(Ghostface Killah: Scott Schafer)
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Ghostface Killah; Producer (group): Def Jam
Posted December 11 2006 — 12:00 AM EST
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