16 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In another great solo debut on the Wu-Tang family tree, Ghostface Killah takes advantage of RZA’s production. Ghostface’s frantic and layered narratives are thickened by soul samples like the Jackson 5’s “Maybe Tomorrow,” repurposed for “All That I Got Is You,” a poignant rumination on Ghostface’s hardscrabble childhood. But mostly, the album is packed to the brim with hustler’s tales like “260,” a story of a heist that goes horribly wrong. Throughout, Ghostface and fellow Wu member Raekwon are a tag team for the ages.

EDITORS’ NOTES

In another great solo debut on the Wu-Tang family tree, Ghostface Killah takes advantage of RZA’s production. Ghostface’s frantic and layered narratives are thickened by soul samples like the Jackson 5’s “Maybe Tomorrow,” repurposed for “All That I Got Is You,” a poignant rumination on Ghostface’s hardscrabble childhood. But mostly, the album is packed to the brim with hustler’s tales like “260,” a story of a heist that goes horribly wrong. Throughout, Ghostface and fellow Wu member Raekwon are a tag team for the ages.

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