Ghostface Killah Is Back On His R&B Ish Thanks To Jagged Edge, But No Holds Barred (Audio)

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Ghostface Killah’s most polarizing album is undoubtedly 2009’s Ghostdini: Wizard Of Poetry In The Emerald City. The LP not only marked Ghost’s final dance after nearly a decade with Def Jam Records, it also is largely considered his R&B album. The album featured Dennis Cole’s talents in singing form in places, with tracks largely geared for a Rhythm & Blues sound, versus the traditional hardcore Hip-Hop aesthetic of the Wu-Tang Clan member.

In the midst of Ghost’s own rugged 36 Seasons promotional campaign, Jagged Edge, true purveyors of R&B in the ’90s and 2000s, reached out to Starks for the remix to “Getting Over You.” Beyond simply a love of song and sound, G.F.K. is a proven master at songs about relationships, or the rough endings surrounding some. This So So Def collaboration simply works, especially to Ghostdini Heads…

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