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Ghostface Killah

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Ghostface Killah  Shakey Dog Starring Lolita (Raekwon)   buy on itunes
Ghostface  Biscuits (feat. Trife)   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah  Whip You With a Strap   buy on itunes
Ghostface  Tush (feat. Missy Elliott)   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah, Cappadonna & Trife  Black Tequila   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah  Shakey Dog   buy on itunes
Raekwon, Ghostface Killah & Method Man  Dangerous   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah  Killa Lipstick (feat. Method Man & Masta Killa)   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah & Trife da God  The Sun (Featuring Raekwon & Slick Rick)   buy on itunes
Wu-Tang Clan  Hollow Bones   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah & Busta Rhymes  Superstar   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah  Forever   buy on itunes
Raekwon  Gihad (feat. Ghostface Killah)   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah  Josephine   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah  Pimpin' Chipp   buy on itunes
Wu-Tang Clan  Rules   buy on itunes
De La Soul & Ghostface  He Comes   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah  Kilo (Remix) [feat. Malice & Raekwon]   buy on itunes
Mobb Deep featuring Ghostface Killah & Raekwon the Chef  Right Back At You   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah  Beauty Jackson   buy on itunes
Doom & Ghostface Killah  Chinatown Wars   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah & Trife da God  The Watch (Featuring Raekwon)   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah  Outta Town Sh*t   buy on itunes
Ghostface Killah featuring Raekwon, Method Man & Superb  Flowers (Featuring Raekwon, Method Man & Superb)   buy on itunes
Ghostface  Holla   buy on itunes

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Let's be real here: Plastic Little, a wet-behind-the-ears party rap crew from Philly, must have been pretty damn happy the night they convinced Ghostface Killah to battle the chunky, sample-splicing (check the Deee-Lite reference!) bars of "Crambodia." Such is the towering stature of a true Wu-Tang legend, whose story continues to be told through fan-pleasing solo jams (see the gilded "Superman Lover" sample of "Supa GFK," the spare Morse code melody of "Ghostface," and the lingering loops of "One") and attack-the-track guest spots, including the asylum-tapping "Brooklyn Zoo 2," the sax-squeezing "D.T.D.," and the verse-swapping posse cut "5 Deadly Venoms."
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