#11. Ghostface Killah, Supreme Clientele (2000)
Label: Epic/Sony/Razor Sharp
Game: “Just listen to how that fucking name sounds. That’s a drug-dealer’s dream, to have so many fiends loving your shit. It makes you the motherfucking man. Supreme Clientele was all in the name.
“The album was crazy. Ghostface Killah’s voice was crazy. He rapped exactly like he was a motherfucking gangster, hood, New York comic-character. He rapped wild. He’d be rapping about eating fucking peanut butter sandwiches for lunch and eating hors d’oeuvres with mobsters for dinner.
“Ghostface is one of the illest motherfuckers ever. When I met him, I got starstruck. Look at his name, how do you even put ghost with face with killer? That’s Wu-Tang. They’re some nutty dudes, man. Ghost was my second favorite from Wu-Tang. My first was Raekwon the Chef.”