The Evolution Of Ghostface Killah

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Far too many rappers can be accused of not rapping their age, but Ghost has always stood out for his grown-man hip hop. His eighth album, for example, Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City (released in 2009), is a concept album inspired by R&B on which Ghost lyrically explores all aspects of grown-up love — from makeups to breakups, and even dealing with the kids.

This could have even been the soundtrack to Couples Therapy.

(Photo: Def Jam Recordings)

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