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Ghostdini the Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City

  • 1. Not Your Average Girl - (featuring Shareefa)
    2. Do Over
    3. Baby
    4. Lonely
    5. Stay
    6. Paragraphs of Love - (featuring Vaughn Anthony)
    7. Guest House
    8. Let's Stop Playin'
    9. Forever
    10. I'll Be That - (featuring Adrienne Bailon)
    11. Goner
    12. She's a Killah - (featuring Ron Browz)
    13. Back Like That [Remix] - (remix)
    14. Back Like That [Remix]
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 39702

  • Credits

    Photographer: Kristen Yiengst.
    The haughtily titled GHOSTDINI WIZARD OF POETRY, an over-sexed, always fun, and occasionally hilarious effort from Wu-Tang's jedi-master, Ghostface Killah, was inspired by the rapper's previous work with R&B artists. Unlike his GhostDeini guise, this new Ghostdini character is more than a player, less than a pimp. Things don't always go right for this cool customer as both "Guest House" and "Lonely" are bitter, broken-hearted highlights and being suave isn't always the rule as "Stapleton Sex" gets the seven dirty words off within the first ten seconds and then proceeds to describe a Hustler cartoon. The cause and effect of sex is covered on the great slow jam "Baby" and after the slick "Goner" pleases with some George Benson-like guitar. The album goes modern with two great "bonus tracks," "She's A Killah" and the Kanye West plus Ne-Yo showcase "Back Like That". Nasty as he wants to be, GHOSTDINI is nothing more than the 'Face and friends having a good time. The results are as improper as they are infectious.

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (p.82) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[R]ap's most brilliantly wigged-out poet steeps his songs in louche production....Ghostface remains an unusually charismatic MC...
    Spin (p.86) - "Even the raw stuff has the humanizing detail that keeps Ghost interesting years after we've grown accustomed to his image-splaying Joycean flow."
    Billboard (p.56) - "As always, Ghostface's penchant for storytelling is the main attraction, with each verse displaying impeccable detail and confidence that commands attention."
    XXL (Magazine Publisher) (p.112) - "Keeping his grit, while still aiming for a successful R&B feel, Ghostface proves he has a way with words that goes even deeper than rap."
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