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Nas Rocks the Bellsnew

The rapper fronts the tour that erased lines between commercial and underground, white and black, alternative and trendy.
Boston Phoenix  |  Chris Faraone  |  09-12-2011  |  Music

Ghostface Killah: Apollo Kidsnew

Ghostface talks a lot, but he's hardly all talk.
The Inlander  |  Leah Sottile  |  01-31-2011  |  Reviews

Ghostface Killah; Apollo Kidsnew

If Apollo Kids is a "warm-up," we can expect monster things from Ghost in the New Year.
Boston Phoenix  |  Michael C. Walsh  |  01-10-2011  |  Reviews

Hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan Celebrate New Year's Eve in Pittsburghnew

Wu-Tang Clan's current Rebirth tour features Method Man, GZA, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, U-God and Masta Killa.
Pittsburgh City Paper  |  Aaron Jentzen  |  12-30-2010  |  Music

Cult of Ghostfacenew

Zealous fans and a top-heavy entourage dominate the rapper's recent performances.
East Bay Express  |  Rachel Swan  |  11-18-2010  |  Concerts

Ghostface Killah Goes R&B on 'Ghostdini'new

Like his excellent 2006 LP, Fishscale, Ghostdini demonstrates Ghostface's uncanny ability to take a single thematic unifier and present it from different angles over the course of an album. What Fishscale was to drug narratives, Ghostdini is to sex jams.
Charleston City Paper  |  Bryan Reed  |  09-30-2009  |  Reviews

'GhostDeini' Offers an Uneven Ride Through Ghostface Killah's Catalognew

If anyone deserves a greatest hits album, it's Ghostface Killah. Although he has gone from lesser-heralded Wu-Tang Clan member to platinum solo artist to, most recently, a commercially stagnant artist who has broken with Wu leadership, the Staten Island rapper's catalog is remarkably consistent.
Washington City Paper  |  Ben Westhoff  |  01-15-2009  |  Reviews

'Big Doe' is Gloriously Graphicnew

Ghostface Killah beats the release date of the new record from his Wu-Tang Clan brethren with his long-winded new album.
C-Ville Weekly  |  Brendan Fitzgerald  |  12-19-2007  |  Reviews

Is Ghostface as Dumb as He Wants You to Think He is?new

Ghostface Killah is a brilliant storyteller and lyricist, and is the only Wu-Tang Clan member still making relevant solo albums. He's also a cry baby.
SF Weekly  |  Ben Westhoff  |  10-31-2007  |  Reviews

Skit Chatternew

The overall production attempts insistent swagger more yet emotionally connects less.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Tony Ware  |  12-14-2006  |  Reviews

Playing With Water

He's all Merriam-Webster and fringe references, but Ghostface grounds things with simple themes.
Washington City Paper  |  Sarah Godfrey  |  04-21-2006  |  Reviews

That Shit is Dope!new

Ghostface Killah returns -- bigger, longer and uncut.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Tony Ware  |  04-06-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Bunnyface Killahsnew

A veteran Liverpudlian rock band and a kung-fu-obsessed Staten Island MC have more in common than you think.
Houston Press  |  Brian McManus  |  01-17-2006  |  Music

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