Ghostface Killah – 36 Seasons

Starting around 2001’s Bulletproof Wallets, the Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah has incorporated wide-ranging musical styles and structures into his solo albums, with varying degrees of success. With some exceptions (like his sexed-up Missy Elliott collaboration “Tush”, off 2004’s The Pretty Toney Album, and 2009’s R&B exploration Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City), most of Ghost’s albums since Supreme Clientele have sounded like ’90s East Coast rap even as they favored melody and chord progression over the choppier, more barren hardcore sounds the RZA built the Wu empire on.

Release Date
December 09, 2014
Salvation/Tommy Boy
digital, vinyl, cd
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