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More Fish functions as an addendum to its predecessor — 2006’s well-received Fishscale — but its fast-and-loose approach suits Ghostface, whose prolificacy is fueled by his stream-of-consciousness technique. If Fishscale felt like a marquee concert, then More Fish is the after-hours jam session, held in the alley behind the venue. Where even the dirtiest beats on Fishscale had an underlying feeling of grandeur, More Fish is intentionally quick and messy. “Guns n’ Razors,” “Good” and “Block Rock” are rushed and gritty, and have the cacophonous energy of a foot chase through the inner city. Other parts of the album are more stately: “Greedy Bitches” and a remix of Amy Winehouse’s “You Know I’m No Good” give the rapper the opportunity to lay into some slowed-down, in-the-pocket funk. Throughout the album, Ghostface is surrounded by Theodore Unit, his personal rhyme posse, but rather than detract from the star, henchmen like Trife Da God, Shawn Wigs and Sun God serve to enliven their leader. If spontaneity is the lifeblood of rap music, then More Fish shows the essence of Ghostface.

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On par with "Fishscale".

Looking at the release calendar, I happened to notice that Ghostface had a new album coming out. Now, I'm a big fan of his, but as the rules go, if an artist releases two albums in the same year, they are simply overextending themselves. I'm one of those people who prefer 45-minute albums to 72 minute albums that have a sizeable amount of filler in them, and while "Fishscale" belongs on every critic's list at the end of the year, it also had "Back Like That" and the two worst outros in the history of the Wu-Tang Clan. I knew that there were a lot of deserving tracks that didn't make it onto "Fishscale" due to clearance deadlines, but hey, if I wanted to hear those, I could just search for them on the Internet. On top of that, "More Fish" wasn't even GFK's idea; the album was apparently made at Jay-Z's bequest. Sure, it's Jay-Z, but then again, Jay-Z is not God ("Kingdom Come" was not that bad, but not worth coming out of retirement). What's surprising, then, is just how much better "More Fish" is than "Fishscale". Yes, I know what I just said, and I'm not taking it back. Let's examine the evidence: 1.) THE GUEST SPOTS ARE ACTUALLY GOOD. "Fishscale" was mostly brought down by Def Jam's birds and GFK pimping out Theodore Unit. They're both still here, but apparently, they knew that they were being recorded this time. Amy Winehouse rides "You Know I'm No Good" better than that Rochell chick could, and the back-and-forth between Ghostface and Sun God on "Street Opera" (father and son, wouldn't you know) could be seen as passing the torch. 2.) THE PRODUCTION IS BETTER. For every "The Champ", there was 1.5 "Jellyfish" on "Fishscale". The worst beat on here is--ready laugh track--the "Back Like That" remix, which features a new verse by Ghostface and Kanye showing up to do that thing where he talks about chicks (I hesitate to call it rapping). But since the remix is sequenced at the end of the album, there's no need to skip around, looking for stuff that you won't be embarassed to play in your car. 3.) NOT VERY MANY SKITS. The few skits that are on here are kept pretty short and are spaced pretty far apart, and are actually pretty funny. 4.) MADLIB'S ON HERE. Do I need to say why that's a big deal? If you were looking for songs that didn't make the cut for "Fishscale"...well, actually, you should probably look elsewhere, since most of these tracks are new. Still, the album is more cogent than "Fishscale", and holds up better because of it. This may be a cheap cash-in for the holidays, but dammit, it's one that sounds good to the ears.

More Fish-Ghostface Killah

Back already, Ghost releases another album in the same year! A few months later and here we are with More Fish, more a of a collaborative album with Theodore Unit and others. Ghost Is Back: Ghost lets you know and this production is the perfect starter. Uptempo and old school feel, he spits with flow and ease. 3.5/5 Miguel Sanchez: Trife Da God and Sun God (Ghost's son) handle this track with some good lyrical description. Solid track. 3.5/5 Guns N Razors: MF Doom's production is great here as Ghost, Trife Da God, Cappadonna & Killa Sin combine for this banger. 3.5/5 Outta Town S***: Decent track here with just Ghost. Solid beat. 3/5 Good: P-Nut & Koolade provide great feel "good" production which is exactly what this song is about. From Mr. Maygreen's soulful "good" in the hook Ghost spits fine along with Trife. 4.5/5 Street Opera: Father and son, Ghostface and Sun God as they touch on various topics over a soulful production. 3.5/5 Block Rock: Hard hitting production as Ghost's flow is great. 3/5 Pokerface: One of the highlights on the album, Shawn Wigs and Ghost's description of poker play is nicely handled over K. Slack's fitting production sampling "Wichita Lineman". 4/5 Greedy B****es: Funny hook, Redman and Shawn Wigs join Ghost to talk about those greedy chicks and what happens when they try and get extra. 3.5/5 Josephine: The Willie Cottrell Band provides soulfulness on the hook that gives a real old school feel, Ghost and Trife talk about the ladies throwin away their life. Similar to "Big Girl" off Fishscale. 4.5/5 Grew Up Hard: Decent track with Soloman Childs and Trife. 3/5 Blue Armor: Fantom Of The Beats provide solid production as Ghost and Sheek do it justice. 3.5/5 You Know I'm No Good: Recent star Amy Winehouse has blown up and this would be the remix of her hit track. Great collab with Ghost. 4/5 Alex (Stolen Script): Mysterious or sneaky production, Ghost has some great lyrics. 3.5/5 Gotta Hold On: Anthony Acid has some feel good production as Eamon (! Remember, "F*** it I don't want you back?), his soulful hook is nice in this feel good number. 4/5 Back Like That Remix: Solid remix as Kanye's verse shines. Great remix. 5/5 Ghost's More Fish is a solid album and more commercial styled to sell well. Fishscale has not sold well (but is an incredible album) and so he brought this holiday gift to hopefully sell. Lyrically it is still solid as he showcases Trife Da God, Shawn Wigs, Soloman Childs, Sun God and others. Production was solid and probably more fitting with likeable commercial production. "Good" and "Gotta Hold On" are straight feel good numbers that work, as "Pokerface" is a great duet of Ghost and Shawn Wigs. "Josephine" is touching, "You Know I'm No Good" is an interesting collab with Ghost and Amy. Solid album, not quite Fishscale standards, but good nonetheless. Rating 7.5 out of 10


I'm not gonna front. I was skeptical on buying this album because I wasn't feeling the last album. Ghost has always had incredible skills as an emcee but the beats weren't there to me. I have to say this album left me dumbfounded. I couldn't believe how good, how mature how polished Ghost and this album is. Every time a song comes on I chuckle in amazement and smile because hip hop isn't dead, it's living in More Fish. Buy it.


Born: May 9, 1970 in Staten Island, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

As one of the original members of the seminal '90s rap crew the Wu-Tang Clan, Ghostface Killah (aka Tony Starks) made an impact before he released his debut album, Ironman, late in 1996. Like all members of the Wu-Tang Clan, the rapper used the group as a launching pad for a solo career, which was assisted greatly by other members of the Clan, particularly producer RZA. Ghostface Killah had rapped on Wu-Tang's 1993 debut, Enter the Wu-Tang, but he didn't distinguish himself until 1995, when he was...
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