Ghostface Killah :: More FishDef JamAuthor: Matt Tomer2006 was a fine year for Ghostface Killah. While purists mourned hip-hop's alleged demise, Tony Starks just made great music. "Fishscale" was everything that ever made him the heroic figure he is and more; grimy, drug-infested and utterly crime-ridden, its imagery damn near bordered Hollywood, while a dream team cast of beat makers did what they could to put together a staggering setting.
Loosely speaking, More Fish is to Fishscale what Theodore Unit's 718 was to The Pretty Toney Album, albeit with more focus on Ghostface. While the title of this disc seems synonymous with Have Some Leftovers, it's not at all stale, if not nearly as spectacular as its precursor. Again, Ghostface showcases Trife da God, Cappadonna, Shawn Wigs, and Solomon Childs, while Sun God (Ghostface's son), Killa Sin, Sheek Louch, Redman, and a few others also assist.