A brilliant piece of work from Ghostface Killah, notable as one of the better Wu Tang solo works. Tracks include Apollo Kids, Cher Chez la Ghost, One, and Buck 50.

Ghostface's trademark abstraction has led to a number of gourmet references such as strawberry-kiwi, ziti, and grouper. While seemingly nonsensical, the track Childhood, prefaced by a skit of Wu Tang Clan members discussing what famous African-American females they would like to have sex with, includes a number of classic candies from many a youth's childhood in the lyrics. This begs the question, are his lyrics truly abstract, or is it a reference we don't understand? The video for Apollo Kids shows Ghostface rapping while deftly handling an ice-cream cone, which suggests he may just be a foodie.

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