Ghostface Killah traded vicious bars with his right-hand man Raekwon on the Mobb's "Right Back at You," following the formula of Rae's classic solo debut, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, which dropped that same year. Soon after, he dropped his own dope solo LP, Ironman, and went on to become the most prolific and active member of the Wu. He dropped Apollo Kids in 2010 and spit a lethal verse on G.O.O.D. Music's "New God Flow," last year. He's currently working on a sequel to his 2000 magnum opus, Supreme Clientele.