Rap artist Ghostface Killah will bring his solo skills to the Nightlight Lounge on Monday.
One of the original members of the Wu-Tang Clan, Ghostface Killah made his solo debut in 1996, with the album "Ironman" that would later go platinum. The album was produced by Wu-Tang member RZA and was well-received by the public, earning Killah some weight behind his solo work.
The follow-up release, "Supreme Clientele," was a solid release, attracting more attention than the first release, setting Ghostface apart from Wu-Tang.
Ghostface Killah, born Dennis Coles, went back and forth between working as a solo artist and with Wu-Tang through the years. Since 1996, he has released seven solo albums, his latest release in December 2006 with the album "More Fish."
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Ghostface is touring all over the country in the fall, making a stop in Seattle, playing at the Showbox on Sunday night in case you can't make the Bellingham show.
The show at the Nightlight Lounge is $28; doors are at 8 p.m. and hip-hop duo Little Brothers opens.