'Apollo Kids,' Ghostface Killah 

Ghostface talks a lot, but he's hardly all talk.

If macho hip-hop full of cash-money, bling, Mercedes Benzes and auto-tuned cock-of-the-walk-ery is your thing, it’s possible that Apollo Kids will not be your thing. Ghostface Killah, on his ninth solo record, is no saint. Hell no. But the key difference…

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