A roommate of Wu-Tang founder RZA, Ghostface helped bring together the other seven members.
In 1995, Ghostface guest-starred extensively on fellow Clan member Raekwon's debut album, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx..., appearing on almost every song and receiving nearly equal billing.
He texts, calls and DM's them, typically right before committing a murder. Piper's motive was to get revenge on her long lost half-sister, Emma Duval, for having a perfect life, and her mother, Maggie Duval, for putting her up for adoption.
Brandon James' mask is not like the Father Death mask but a darker, more organic mask.
It was worn by late-teen Brandon James when he (presumbly) went on his killing spree.
Ghostface released his debut solo album named Ironman on 1996.
This album was received well by music fans and critics around the world thus plummeting him into the heights of fame. Ghostface is also the founder of his label Starks Enterprises and has been critically acclaimed for his fast paced flow of music and slang and non-sequitur containing lyrics.
Supreme Clientele would be a turning point in RZA's influence on his sound, as only six songs are produced by the RZA, compared to Ironman, its predecessor where every song but one is produced by him.
Though he contributed fewer beats to the project, RZA personally oversaw the mixing and production of the album as a whole, contributing to Supreme Clientele's unified sound.
Dennis Coles is known better by his stage name Ghostface Killah and is a rapper and member of the Wu-Tang Clan and is of American nationality.
He is known for the success he has gained through his group and his personal life, bio and career details are widely searched by his fans around the world. Dennis Coles appeared first as a singer on fellow Clan member Raekwon’s debut album and earned critical acclaim and a huge fan following from it.
After the group achieved breakthrough success in the aftermath of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), the members went on to pursue solo careers to varying levels of success.