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Fishscale is the fifth studio album by American rapper and Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah, released March 28, 2006 on Def Jam in the United States. The album features guest appearances from every member of the Wu-Tang Clan, as well as Ghostface Killah's Theodore Unit. It also features production from several acclaimed producers, such as MF Doom, Pete Rock, J Dilla, and Just Blaze, among others. The album follows an organized crime theme, and is named after a term for uncut cocaine.
Fishscale is the fifth album by Cette année Ghostface Killah, released via Def Jam Recordings on March 28th 2006. It was supported by singles Back Like That (his most successful one) and Be Easy. The album’s title derives from a slang for high grade cocaine, in allusion to Ghost’s signature subject matter (he also abused it in the 1980s). Since its release, the term has become even more so popularised. Unlike Ghost’s previous work, Fishscale featured no production from RZA. Instead, he used instrumentals from J Dilla’s Donuts and worked with other renown producers like Just Blaze, MF DOOM.
Since Ghostface Killah towed that line after the two least-thrilling albums of his career, Fishscale seemed destined to be just another part of his discography; if his fans were lucky, they'd get a couple flashes of his mad maverick genius and nothing as clumsily foul as "Tush. Fishscale is much more generous than that
Dennis Coles (born May 9, 1970), better known by his stage name Ghostface Killah, is an American rapper and member of the Wu-Tang Clan. After the group achieved breakthrough success in the aftermath of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), the members went on to pursue solo careers to varying levels of success. Ghostface Killah debuted his solo-career with Ironman in 1996, which was well received by music critics.
Bursting forth with some of the most pungent yarns, potent barbs, and peerless production of the Wu member's remarkably consistent career, Fishscale is the choice outcome of an endlessly creative mind using experience as a compass en route to triumph. More than 12 years after he emoted all over the first verse on the first track on the first Wu-Tang Clan album, the now 35-year-old Ghostface Killah is still starving for respect, understanding, and acceptance. Hypnotically restless, the East Coast purist has homed in on a rap palette full of vivid hurt and strafing alarm- and bursting forth with some of the most potent yarns, barbs, and production of his remarkably consistent career, Fishscale is the choice outcome of a creative mind using experience as a compass en route to triumph
Fishscale (CD, Album). Diese Version verkaufen. ghostface latest album is very different from his recent Pretty Tony album. The overall sound is faster, the Soul sampes are still there, but mostly used in a different way than before. The Lyrics are obsessed with Crack. From the cover that shows Coke stashed in Fish, cleaned out by night by Tony Starks it takes only 3 Cuts till the first Song about Cocaine Dealing comes along. A KIlo is a . 00 Gramms" Raekwon helps delivering the chrous to this upbeat anthem, that was the first Singles to Fishscale.
Well Ghostface Killah "educates" you with a brilliantly crafted album of blazing rhymes, neurotic story-telling and gritty beats. Repetition be a cruel, cruel mistress. Any artist can say that.
Ghostface Killah: . Ooh Wee, You Know I'm No Good и другие песни. Чтобы добавлять треки в плейлисты, нужно авторизоваться. Special DeliveryRemix; 2016 Remaster; feat. Ghostface Killah, Keith Murray & Craig Mack.
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