By Chuck Arnold Tiffany McGee
December 24, 2007 12:00 PM

The Big Doe Rehab |

RAP

Fishscale—the first of two CDs from Ghostface Killah last year—was one of the best rap discs of 2006. Having reached such artistic heights, his latest comes as a bit of a letdown: Its lyrics are less gripping, its beats less grabby. Even not at his dopest, Ghostface still comes through with more gritty tales and soulful sounds. Highlights include the strutting “Supa GFK,” which samples Johnny “Guitar” Watson’s R&B oldie “Superman Lover.”

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