Ghostface Killah was the first voice heard rhyming on Wu-Tang Clan’s classic debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). From the jump, his aggressive, energetic flow made a hard-hitting impression as listeners “catch the blast of a hype verse.” As hard as it is to believe, Pretty Toney has been weaving storytelling raps for nearly 25 years now. Even on his 46th birthday, Dennis Cole continues to release high quality projects as he stays current by working with new producers.
Excluding Wu-Tang albums, compilations, and collaborative projects, Tony Starks has released 12 albums over the years, from 1996’s Ironman to 2015’s Twelve Reasons to Die II. What’s your favorite? Do you prefer the harder hitting sound of Ironman and Supreme Clientele? Or do you like the smoother Bulletproof Wallets and Pretty Toney Album? Or is it his recent work with Adrian Younge?
Here is Ghost’s solo discography to refresh your mind. Sound off in the comments below.
Supreme Clientele (2000)
Bulletproof Wallets (2001)
The Pretty Toney Album (2004)
More Fish (2006)
The Big Doe Rehab (2007)
Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City (2009)
Apollo Kids (2010)
Twelve Reasons to Die (2013)
36 Seasons (2014)
Twelve Reasons to Die II (2015)