21 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

You can call Supreme Clientele a master class in the art of rhyming. Released in 2000, the album showcases an adrenaline-pumped Ghost spitting with pure venom and showcasing his trademark lyrical non-sequiturs. Over blasting '70s horn samples, he tag-teams with Raekwon on the boisterous "Apollo Kids," drops deep science on the Golden Age-inspired "Mighty Healthy," pens a vivid storyline on the frantic "Saturday Nite," and even reminisces about playground crushes on the innocent, piano-driven "Child's Play."

EDITORS’ NOTES

You can call Supreme Clientele a master class in the art of rhyming. Released in 2000, the album showcases an adrenaline-pumped Ghost spitting with pure venom and showcasing his trademark lyrical non-sequiturs. Over blasting '70s horn samples, he tag-teams with Raekwon on the boisterous "Apollo Kids," drops deep science on the Golden Age-inspired "Mighty Healthy," pens a vivid storyline on the frantic "Saturday Nite," and even reminisces about playground crushes on the innocent, piano-driven "Child's Play."

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