Ghostface Killah’s Wizard Of Poetry In Emerald City should’ve came with a mattress for the way it was slept on. Where was the support?! From top to bottom, the LP had something from everyone. For the pervs there was “Stapleton Sex”; the scorned (“Do Over”); and purists (“Guest House”). Beautifully unconventional, Ghost showed his sensitive side with “Baby” and vulnerability on “Paragraphs of Love”. Then with the help of John Legend, Starks laid his game down flat on “Let’s Stop Playing”. Salute Mr. Coles, you deserve it.