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Supreme Clientele

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Intro
0:46
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Nutmeg (feat. The RZA)
Artist: Ghostface Killah feat. The RZA
4:25
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One
3:41
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Saturday Nite
1:40
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Ghost Deini (feat. Superb)
Artist: Ghostface Killah feat. Superb
4:05
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Apollo Kids (feat. Raekwon)
Artist: Ghostface Killah feat. Raekwon
3:52
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The Grain (feat. The RZA)
Artist: Ghostface Killah feat. The RZA
2:34
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Buck 50 (feat. Cappadonna, Method Man & Redman)
Artist: Ghostface Killah feat. Cappadonna, Method Man, Redman
4:02
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Mighty Healthy
3:25
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Stay True (feat. 60 Second Assassin)
Artist: Ghostface Killah feat. 60 Second Assassin
1:39
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We Made It (feat. Superb)
Artist: Ghostface Killah feat. Superb
4:38
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Stroke Of Death
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Malcolm
4:14
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Child's Play**
4:29
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Cherchez LaGhost
Artist: Ghostface Killah;U-God
3:05
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Wu Banga 101 (feat. GZA, Cappadonna, Masta Killah & Raekwon)
Artist: Ghostface Killah feat. GZA Cappadonna Raekwon
3:49
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Iron's Theme - Conclusion
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eMusic Features

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Icon: Wu-Tang Clan

By Hua Hsu, Contributor

About halfway through their game-changing 1993 debut, Enter the Wu-Tang, a radio interviewer asks Method Man, Raekwon and Ghostface about the Clan's "ultimate goal." They jockey for the privilege to answer. "Can I say this one?" Rae thirstily begs, before Meth offers a simple "domination." "This is longevity right here," Ghost cuts in. "We gon 'keep it raw." Mission: accomplished. From their Staten Island-as-Shaolin self-mythologizing to their inventive business model – separate solo deals under the… more »

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Icon: Wu-Tang Clan

By Hua Hsu, Contributor

About halfway through their game-changing 1993 debut, Enter the Wu-Tang, a radio interviewer asks Method Man, Raekwon and Ghostface about the Clan's "ultimate goal." They jockey for the privilege to answer. "Can I say this one?" Rae thirstily begs, before Meth offers a simple "domination." "This is longevity right here," Ghost cuts in. "We gon 'keep it raw." Mission: accomplished. From their Staten Island-as-Shaolin self-mythologizing to their inventive business model – separate solo deals under the… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Though Ghostface Killah doesn’t have the commercial cachet of Wu-Tang members like Ol’ Dirty Bastard, RZA, and Method Man, his debut, Ironman, was one of the finest of the dozen or so solo albums to come out of the Wu-Tang camp. Built on the same foundation — stuttered samples of crackly old soul records and hard-hitting beats — Supreme Clientele is another impressive addition to his discography. Highlights include “Nutmeg” and “Apollo Kids.” [Supreme Clientele is also available in a clean version.] – John Bush