Ghostface Killah Biography

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Ghostface Killah comes from the multi-platinum artist conglomerate that is the Wu-Tang Clan. Since the Wu-Tang's inception and collective debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (Loud/RCA), Ghostface Killah has developed a massive following through his participation in subsequent Wu-Tang members' solo projects, including Ol' Dirty Bastard's Return To The 36 Chambers (Elektra), Genius/GZA's Liquid Swords (Geffen) and most prominently on Chef Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx (Loud/RCA).

In addition, Ghostface has participated on numerous tracks with artists such as Jodeci for the "Freakin' You" remix and K-Def & Larry-O for the remix of "Real Live." Ghostface has also made several appearances during the last year providing his talents for various soundtracks including "Who's The Champion" from The Great White Hype, "Motherless Child" from Sunset Park, and "Winter Warz" from Don't Be A Menace. Ghostface has quickly become one of hip-hop's most beloved hard-core artists, mostly for his talents, but also because of his outlook and his natural delivery.

About having been born in the Stapleton projects and raised in Shaolin (Staten Island, NY): "Chillin' on the block, besides being a certified thug nigga, I was only one of hundreds of crazy, nasty kids that got his chance through the struggle."

About his personable and natural style: "My technique developed gradually by listening to the gods: Allah Just (GZA), Divine Prince Master Rakeem (RZA), Unique A-Son (Ol' Dirty Bastad), and the rest of my brothers later on down the line as the years came."

About the first single "Camay" from his solo debut: "It's about bagging older women. The beat is treacherous, right, and exact. Raekwon & Cappa contribute with a flyass loop."

About his debut solo album Ironman: "I wanna t each the babies mathematics (knowledge of self). My album skits will be like that...rhyming, not talking about all that other shit because that's not where it's at for the Clan for now. Brothers lived through it, though... If we said it, we see it. Might come around once in a while, but the whole science is to be focused and be on point."

About making his mark: "If you want to get technical about it, I look at hip-hop from all aspects. I want people to say about me: 'How the fuck he flipped that shit?' or 'Damn! The god knows how to hold his weight.'" mbers) (Loud/RCA), Ghostface Killah has developed a massive following through his participation in subsequent Wu-Tang members' solo projects, including Ol' Dirty Bastard's Return To The 36 Chambers (Elektra), Genius/GZA's Liquid Swords (Geffen) and most prominently on Chef Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx (Loud/RCA).

In addition, Ghostface has participated on numerous tracks with artists such as Jodeci for the "Freakin' You" remix and K-Def & Larry-O for the remix of "Real Live." Ghostface has also made several appearances during the last year providing his talents for various soundtracks including "Who's The Champion" from The Great White Hype, "Motherless Child" from Sunset Park, and "Winter Warz" from Don't Be A Menace. Ghostface has quickly become one of hip-hop's most beloved hard-core artists, mostly for his talents, but also because of his outlook and his natural delivery.

About having been born in the Stapleton projects and raised in Shaolin (Staten Island, NY): "Chillin' on the block, besides being a certified thug nigga, I was only one of hundreds of crazy, nasty kids that got his chance through the struggle."

About his personable and natural style: "My technique developed gradually by listening to the gods: Allah Just (GZA), Divine Prince Master Rakeem (RZA), Unique A-Son (Ol' Dirty Bastad), and the rest of my brothers later on down the line as the years came."

About the first single "Camay" from his solo debut: "It's about bagging older women. The beat is treacherous, right, and exact. Raekwon & Cappa contribute with a flyass loop."

About his debut solo album Ironman: "I wanna teach the babies mathematics (knowledge of self). My album skits will be like that...rhyming, not talking about all that other shit because that's not where it's at for the Clan for now. Brothers lived through it, though... If we said it, we see it. Might come around once in a while, but the whole science is to be focused and be on point."

About making his mark: "If you want to get technical about it, I look at hip-hop from all aspects. I want people to say about me: 'How the fuck he flipped that shit?' or 'Damn! The god knows how to hold his weight.'"

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