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Ghostface Killah Presents Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry In Emerald City (Full Album Stream)

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Hit the jump for the full stream, courtesy of Universal Music & iMeem.

In stores this Tuesday, September 29th.

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Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City


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54 Responses to “Ghostface Killah Presents Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry In Emerald City (Full Album Stream)”

  1. Big_seth Says:

    GHOST!

  2. Eastern_Digital Says:

    I don’t understand why people can’t ignore something if they don’t like it….like I never said anything bad bout Piles ever….just speaking out loud

    ^^^^
    true, but if there’s a 3 h Drake convo on Nah and you wanna kill some time you will comment eventually if you’re a regular. lurkin just isnt that much fun.

  3. Jersey*made*me Says:

    The re-emergence of herpes killed the cipher for me.

  4. Legend Says:

    # Legend Says:
    September 24th, 2009 at 1:59 pm

    >> # cOLD Says:
    September 24th, 2009 at 1:50 pm

    ^please testify my son

    ^growth my brother. Dudes will be chuckling, content without a care in the world. Meanwhile my minds eye is a mile away on some next shit. Question my life while and purpose and things of that nature while niggas is talking about the latest skuzzy the smashed off. Just wasnt vibing and realized I needed a break from smoking with niggas. It wasnt fun anymore.

    ^i feel you. most times i get into deep as convo when im stoned. i like to smoke with 1 or 2 peeps rather than 10. most times i want to quit, but then when i lay off for a couple days-weeks i start getting all emo and shit man. start getting aggy for no reason. shits wack

  5. Rey aka NahRight's Corey Feldman Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 24th, 2009 at 1:52 pm

    Rey, you can’t honestly believe that the majority of us that don’t like Cudis album feel that way because he’s not talking about crack and guns. Respect my mind nigga, lol.

    It’s overblown Broadway hooks that don’t mesh with the verses, the unimaginative repetition of content, and it’s dreary production that lacks any energy or dynamism are the reasons I don’t like it.

    That’s my opinion though.

    It’s not a hiphop album. This is fact.

    ^^^

    Hmm… Opinion is cool, I just disagree.. I liked the production on it, I thought it was very dynamic.. Some of it was a bit sluggish, but I enjoyed the overall story arc of it..

    If it’s not a hip-hop album, what genre would you put it in? (nhx3)

    And you luh da crack and guns. You’re always like, “Yo, I’s be likin’ rap’n’shit, but we need mo’ crack and gunz up in dis beeyotch!”

  6. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    my thing is cats showing up to the session empty handed [ll]

    niggas not about to use up my natural treesources

    also, i hate niggas that talk way too fucking much especially when its their turn in the rotation

    i turn into the reefer referee

  7. landLORD Says:

    landLORD Says:

    September 24th, 2009 at 1:59 pm
    Ghostwiter says

    like I never said anything bad bout Piles ever

    ————–

    ^

    YOU LIE!

    thats a subliminal shot fired right there, at Plies…

    why he gotta be piles? …

  8. Legend Says:

    man i was supposed to post this on OS 15 minutes ago.
    thanks for distracting me NahRight comments

  9. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    I love ghost (none), but I’m hesitant to hear this….

  10. Dem Says:

    The re-emergence of herpes killed the cipher for me.

    ^ fucking yuck.

  11. Harlem World Says:

    Shyne gets out soon.
    Max B and Tru Life goin in.

    *Listens to Nas Verse on Verbal Intercourse*

  12. Woodrow The Basehead Says:

    STARKS!!!!

    “ay yo i wrote this right here on the bus to Rikers
    right next to the thieves, the cons, the lifers”

  13. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Jersey*made*me Says:

    September 24th, 2009 at 1:59 pm
    The re-emergence of herpes killed the cipher for me.

    **LOL…the ritual of passing a slobbered up blunt around never really appealed to me (none)…giving a chick a shotgun was >>>>>>, though…

  14. Dem Says:

    also, i hate niggas that talk way too fucking much especially when its their turn in the rotation

    ^ be passin or be smokin

  15. KingPoetic Says:

    Listening to bp3 for the first time with an actual sound system on 9/11 drinking margaritas > listening to it on my computer

    Listening to a new Ghost album on anything other then a good ass sound system with a blunt or a drink > infatuations with hearing something first; so I can be the first to talk about it, first to argue and make claims about it, first to rank it, etc.

  16. Big_seth Says:

    IMO

    Hip Hop is music with our aesthetic

    & rap is rap.

    Rap is hip hop, but not necessarily vice versa

    so CuDi, 3K, Gnarls & Ye make hip hop records that are not rap records. I can dig those albums, but I love rapping so those things don’t compare to me.

  17. Detroit P Says:

    But for the sake of argument, here’s a “rule” for hiphop:

    1. The vast majority (85-90%) of verses by artist must be rapped, not sung.

    I mean, do you really disagree with that?
    ^^^^
    I just…I just don’t know anymore….It’s hard to tell, when niggas start walking that thin line between rapping and singing….do you consider Nelly a rapper or a singer?…is rapping with melody rapping or singing…granted, Cudi doesn’t rap with melody, in truth he’s just humming words

  18. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    i have a neighbor that i used to spark with, don’t really fuck with dude anymore b/c all this nigga does is talk about gangbanging and robbing niggas…dude is like 28 and still lives with his mother and several siblings, FOH

  19. Jersey*made*me Says:

    How you come to the cipher with a strange growth on your lip talking bout burn something!Let’s start with that shit on your lip nigga!!

  20. cOLD Says:

    That’s why I deaded hanging with niggas.

    ^ word, its crazy cause these the same niggas we fucked the same broads, went to clubs, fights, all type of shit I did with these niggas. Then one day shit just stopped. Stayed in touch by phone, then the phone calls fell the fuck off. Now here I am today recalling historic events with a bunch of niggas I dont know. lol life sometimes I wonder.

  21. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Dem Says:

    September 24th, 2009 at 2:02 pm
    also, i hate niggas that talk way too fucking much especially when its their turn in the rotation

    ^ be passin or be smokin

    youtube.com/watch?v=IvHJQQyRmjI

  22. cOLD Says:

    How you come to the cipher with a strange growth on your lip talking bout burn something!Let’s start with that shit on your lip nigga!!

    ^ roffs.

  23. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    September 24th, 2009 at 1:59 pm

    The re-emergence of herpes killed the cipher for me.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    lmao….

  24. b-ease Says:

    @ Rey

    I’d just call it pop. Electro, rnb, and hiphop influenced, sure. But it should be in the section at Best Buy with Phil Collins and Britney. The only reason its not is because he’s black, his singing voice is pretty awful on the LP, and it’s not how he was marketed.

  25. Big_seth Says:

    Just like Madlib can drop an album with no lyrics & its still Hip Hop, not rap.

  26. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Nah Right Lite
    Why Did M.O.P Tank?

    ***MOP has a new album out? Dafuck I miss that?

  27. b-ease Says:

    Big_seth Says:
    September 24th, 2009 at 2:03 pm
    IMO

    Hip Hop is music with our aesthetic

    & rap is rap.

    Rap is hip hop, but not necessarily vice versa

    so CuDi, 3K, Gnarls & Ye make hip hop records that are not rap records. I can dig those albums, but I love rapping so those things don’t compare to me.

    ^^
    Semantics, I couldn’t disagree more.

  28. cOLD Says:

    i have a neighbor that i used to spark with, don’t really fuck with dude anymore b/c all this nigga does is talk about gangbanging and robbing niggas…dude is like 28 and still lives with his mother and several siblings, FOH

    ^ *swan dives on highway from bridge*

  29. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    Just like Madlib can drop an album with no lyrics & its still Hip Hop, not rap.

    ——————————-

    CHURCH

    Let’s not forget Dilla either

    BTW, Donuts>>>

    *daps Seth*

  30. Legend Says:

    yo real talk, ive decided

    Instrumental albums >> albums with raps/singing/humming/harmonizing/crying/emo’ing

  31. Big_seth Says:

    @ b-ease

    so should Donuts be over there too? there aint no rapping on that album.

  32. Big Homie Says:

    Legend: Yea it didn’t seem like it was on the same level as their other ones. The new DA is a bitch.

    Pap: I didnt know either until almost 9. Forgot Leno has that time slot now.

    The Park is going to be insane. Wish I could make it. CBC weekend in DC is always live. You rockin’ a suite? Less than a month til I am off probation and I will be back in my habitat. Drinks on me bitch

  33. Ghost Writer Says:

    landLORD Says:

    September 24th, 2009 at 1:59 pm
    Ghostwiter says

    like I never said anything bad bout Piles ever

    ————–

    ^

    YOU LIE!

    thats a subliminal shot fired right there, at Plies…

    why he gotta be piles? …

    ^
    Cause he’s ass (pause)….yeah I was going to say until now but I left it alone….lol…last time speaking about guy

  34. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Drinks on me bitch

    ***ayo @ the “body shots” invitation, that BH gave Pap…

  35. b-ease Says:

    MOP has a new album out?

    ^^
    Yes. And it’s dope as fuck. It’s barely in stores though, and clearly, there was NO marketing budget. I mean, these niggas couldn’t afford to proofread their liner notes, no bullshit. Tracklisting on the back is wrong, not giving producers proper credit…

  36. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    How you come to the cipher with a strange growth on your lip talking bout burn something!Let’s start with that shit on your lip nigga!!

    ————–

    DOADOADOADOA

  37. cOLD Says:

    Instrumental albums >> albums with raps/singing/humming/harmonizing/crying/emo’ing

    ^ been saying this for the longest. You real talk, those soundtrack albums for movies are a good look too.

  38. cOLD Says:

    Instrumental albums >> albums with raps/singing/humming/harmonizing/crying/emo’ing

    ^ been saying this for the longest. You real talk, those soundtrack albums for movies are a good look too.

  39. Dem Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=IvHJQQyRmjI

    ^ *daps trillbert*

  40. Ghost Writer Says:

    Shouts to Land for catching that one (no)

  41. Legend Says:

    >> Big Homie Says:
    September 24th, 2009 at 2:07 pm

    Legend: Yea it didn’t seem like it was on the same level as their other ones. The new DA is a bitch.

    ^ i know man, the blonde broad JUST got back too wtf. she was dope.

    SVU is falling off.

  42. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    ^ been saying this for the longest. You real talk, those soundtrack albums for movies are a good look too.

    ***you need to check out this instrumental group called “the Cinematic Orchestra”- dope, trippy type music on a ho’…nuh…lev-a!!!…

  43. landLORD Says:

    jdilla and madlib make hiphop instrumentals (donuts, beat konducta series)… yall are reaching … we’re comparing vocal stylings… rapping vs singing… not vocal vs instrumental … invalid argument …

  44. Big Homie Says:

    I can’t remember who but someone said, that this album > Rae’s.

    Is this considered a Ghost album or a comp album since it got the R&B cats all over this. Is this like on the level of Best of Both Worlds? 4/17 are solo joints.

    Just asking because Ghost has yet to drop a “wack” album.

  45. Legend Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    September 24th, 2009 at 2:09 pm

    Instrumental albums >> albums with raps/singing/humming/harmonizing/crying/emo’ing

    ^ been saying this for the longest. You real talk, those soundtrack albums for movies are a good look too.

    ^i think i got one the other day i found on a random forum, that i threw on and zoned out to.

    The Flaming Lips – Christmas In Mars

  46. b-ease Says:

    Big_seth Says:
    September 24th, 2009 at 2:07 pm
    @ b-ease

    so should Donuts be over there too? there aint no rapping on that album.

    ^^
    Nope, it’s a hip hop instumentals album. I mean, the whole thing is expertly chopped samples. Is that the basic for any other genre
    besides hiphop? Of course not.

    No shots, but like I said before, common sense has to come into play at some at some point.

  47. Big Homie Says:

    ***ayo @ the “body shots” invitation, that BH gave Pap…

    ^ *throws up middle finger*

    *daps*

    DMV is going to be crazy this weekend and I’m going to be like you, stuck at home. Welcome to the life of Ike lol

  48. Rey aka NahRight's Corey Feldman Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 24th, 2009 at 2:05 pm

    @ Rey

    I’d just call it pop. Electro, rnb, and hiphop influenced, sure. But it should be in the section at Best Buy with Phil Collins and Britney. The only reason its not is because he’s black, his singing voice is pretty awful on the LP, and it’s not how he was marketed.

    ^^^

    I guess, we’re deep in Opinionsville here. Agree to disagree.

  49. Big_seth Says:

    I kind of came up with my view on this from KRS-1’s whole “Hip Hop is the culture, rap is the music” thing.

    So its like, CuDi is repping Hip Hop, but he aint always rapping. Same can be said about A lot of folks now days. I wouldn’t say a lot of these dance songs are rap either.

    Same with Nelly. Sometimes that nigga is just singing. but its still essentially Hip Hop.

  50. Harlem World Says:

    MOP are ungrateful. They lazy as shit, always blaming everyone else.

  51. Big_seth Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    Nope, it’s a hip hop instumentals album. I mean, the whole thing is expertly chopped samples. Is that the basic for any other genre
    besides hiphop? Of course not.

    ^
    So if someone is singing over a Hip Hop instrumental that doesn’t count. I just think that Hip Hop is the instrumental aesthetic when it comes to music, but rap is how an artist delivers lyrics. I think that is a valid argument.

    so, no CuDi aint rapping on his album, but it his music is made with beats that are (far out) hip hop. Trey songs aint a rapper, but he makes Hip Hop. Cuz he aint making what Marvin gaye & sam cooke made. Trey songz can hardly be considered RnB either.

    at the end of the day these labels get to blurry to truly define & some purists don’t want an association with hip hop tinged Pop music. but truth of the matter is that they are stealing the Hip Hop aesthetic.

    & there is no need to insult my intelligence with that little “common sense” quip.

  52. kedordu Says:

    DONT GET IS CONFUSED … KUDI IS RAP/HIPHOP ARTIST .. HES NOT THE FIRST . REMEMBER DOMINO ?? U CANT MARKET HIM AS A SINGER .. CAUSE THATS SUICIDE . HE SUCKS AT SINGING SO DOES ANDRE 3000 TO BE BLUNT . IF U MARKET EM AS SINGERS THEN THEY END UP LIKE NATE DOG .

  53. DUKES Says:

    wtf is this garbage?

    the street level photoshop job is at the level of this.

  54. Korey K Says:

    This > Blueprint 3

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