The Evolution Of Ghostface Killah

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Enter The 36 Chambers

Wu-Tang exploded onto the scene on Nov. 9, 1993, with the release of their classic debut Enter The Wu-Tang Clan (36 Chambers). Ghostface and his nine-member crew went on to move over a million copies of their album, with Ghost spitting heavily on tracks like "Can It Be All So Simple" and "Protect Ya Neck."

At the time of the album's release, Ghostface was wanted by the police for prior warrants and used to wear a mask to remain anonymous.   

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