Last fall’s uneven, R&B-dabbling Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City
was a rare misstep in what is otherwise one of rap’s most consistently
brilliant catalogs. The Wu-Tang Clan warrior goes back to basics on his
ninth solo effort, Apollo Kids, reeling off jittery pulp fiction
and zany free-associative zingers over scratchy soul, funk, and rock
samples. Many of these tunes sound like they could have been recorded at
any point in his 17-year career — and that’s great news for fans. A–
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