Ghostface Killah, born Dennis Coles on May 9, 1970, is an American rapper and member of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan. He gained recognition for his solo career after the success of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). With albums like Ironman, Supreme Clientele, and Fishscale, Ghostface Killah has consistently impressed music critics. His stage name was inspired by a character in a kung fu film. Additionally, he is the founder of Starks Enterprises.
Known for his fast-paced flow and emotional storytelling style filled with cryptic slang and non-sequiturs, Ghostface Killah has been praised as one of rap's finest storytellers. MTV included him on their list of The Greatest MCs of All Time while Q magazine called him "rap's finest storyteller." Pitchfork Media hailed him as possibly the best storyteller in rap history. NPR described him as a compulsive storyteller with a painterly approach to fiction.
In addition to his musical accomplishments, Ghostface Killah is also known as the father of Dennis Ames (also known as Sun God), and he founded Starks Enterprises.