Underrated: "He Didn't Really Get The Push He Should Have To Be As Legendary As He Is"
Tuesday, Jul 26, 2011 12:50AM
[Protect Ya Neck: This week, SOHH is celebrating the new release of Wu-Tang Clan's Legendary Weapons by featuring an entertainment personality naming a Wu member/affiliate they feel is the most underrated. After Termanology named Big Pun last week, hip-hop personality Angela Yee crowns Ghostface Killah SOHH Underrated.]
I'm going to have to say Ghostface Killah is SOHH Underrated. Obviously I've always been a huge fan of the entire Wu-Tang and I really enjoy Ghostface.
I really liked when he did the whole R&B and hip-hop album [2009's Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry]. I love when Ghostface does collaborations with R&B artists. Some of those are my favorite songs that he's done. And I love the way that he rhymes and tells these vivid stories where he's naming these people and places but you have no idea what he's talking about.
I've always been a huge Ghostface fan. I'm a fan of artists that can put emotion into the music and aren't scared to show who they really are. I feel like Ghostface has never really gotten everything that he should have gotten even as his personality. Even when you talk to him about some of his theories about relationships and life, he's a hilarious person.
I always felt like he needed his own show or something like that. I felt like he didn't really get the push all the time that he should have gotten to really be as legendary as he is.
Prior to Power 105.1, Angela Yee hosted Lip Service with Angela Yee and Leah Rose and The Morning After with Angela Yee on Eminem's Sirius Satellite Radio station, Shade 45. She started her radio career at Sirius in 2005 as the co-host for "The Cipha Sounds Effect". When Cipha Sounds left the show in July 2008, Angela took over the hosting duties full time and the show was renamed the "Shade 45 Morning Show Starring Angela Yee". The name of the show was later changed to "The Morning After with Angela Yee." In December 2010, Yee left Sirius to begin "The Breakfast Club" alongside DJ Envy and Charlamagne Tha God.
Check out Ghostface Killah's music below: