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Purple Hearts Kendrick Lamar, Summer Walker, Ghostface Killah 05:29
Happy Joy Denalane, Ghostface Killah 03:42
Swarm Tactics DKGMac, Ghostface Killah, Evanoez 03:27
Josephine Ghostface Killah, Hi-Tek, Pretty Ugly, The Willie Cottrell Band 04:41
After The Smoke Is Clear Ghostface Killah 03:17
Iron Maiden Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Cappadonna 04:46
All That I Got Is You (feat. Mary J. Blige) Ghostface Killah, Mary J. Blige 05:20
Be Easy Ghostface Killah, Trife da God 03:22
Black Jesus (feat. Raekwon & U-God) Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, U-God 04:37
New World Ghostface Killah, Eamon 03:28

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After leaving the legendary rap collective Wu Tang Clan, Ghostface Killah went on to have a hugely successful solo career, establishing himself amongst the great freestyle MCs. One of nine children, raised in the Stapleton Projects in Staten Island, New York, Killah (real name Dennis Coles) was a founding member of the Clan, and has gone on to establish himself as Executive Producer on all the group's releases. Combining a love of kung-fu movies, comic books and old funk and soul records, they pioneered hardcore rap and were key figures in rejuvenating the East Coast rap scene with Nas and Notorious B.I.G.. Killah's debut solo album Iron Man (1996) sampled blaxploitation films and obscure 1970s soul and became an instant hit, reaching Number 2 in the US Billboard chart and producing the UK hit single All That I Got Is You with Mary J. Blige. Albums Supreme Clientele (2000), The Pretty Toney Album (2004) and Fishscale (2006) all made the US Top 10 and he went on to work with various leading artists including Raekwon, Missy Elliott, Beyoncé, Mark Ronson and Mos Def. Fond of switching personas and styles, Killah also appears under the aliases Tony Stark, Ghostdini, Starky Love, Pretty Toney and The Wallabee Kingpin.