Since the release of his brilliant sophomore effort "Supreme Clientele" in 2000, it's been clear that Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah has loads of potential in store for a flourishing solo career. In fact, he already made heads aware of his very own talent in 1996, when he published his first solo album "Ironman". The formula employed on the latter record is similar to the one Tony Starks uses on "Supreme Clientele": crazy picturesque songs made up of unexpected, if not weird, samples ("Daytona 500", "Black Jesus") and at first undecipherable lyrics which can nevertheless be rather simple and masterfully on point, like on the murderous "Wildflower" or on the moving "All I Got is You". Both previous elements combine to a movie-like musical score, for which Wu-architect The RZA mostly provides the beats and fellow Clan-members join Ghostface on the mic to achieve a record as colourful as a bag of multiple sweets. Let it melt in your mouth - er, ear.