Ghostface Killah is one of the more prominent members of Wu-Tang Clan, not an easy thing to be when you rap alongside the likes of Raekwon, Method Man and RZA. His solo efforts have maintained a remarkably consistent output of narrative-driven rap and lyrically creative imagery, with classics like ‘Supreme Clientele’ and ‘Fishscale’. Recent album ‘Twelve Reasons To Die II’, his twelfth, sees him collaborating with Wu Tang regulars as well as Vince Staples and Lyrics Born. Acclaimed for slang-filled cryptic verses and his iconic flow, Action Bronson clashes notwithstanding, you can expect to see a legendary veteran rapper full of the confidence to speak his mind. Martin Shkreli can vouch for that.
Concorde2, Thursday 12th May 2016