One of our favorite rappers, Ghostface, sat down with The BoomBox and talked about having two jobs: pleasing his hardcore, street fans and delivering the project he's always wanted to make, his upcoming album 'Wizard of Poetry.'

"I done said all I can possibly say. I love hip-hop music. I'm not in my twenties anymore. I'm an adult. I want to grow," Ghost revealed to The BoomBox. "I want to talk about real situations, not just guns and crack all day. My mind is too big for that.

"I got so much s--- I wanna say but I don't want to just keep it on bitches and guns and jewelry ... It's too easy. It's not a challenge to me," Ghost explained. "I paint vivid pictures. A director can come and shoot a movie off what I write."

And, with a mind too big for to be contained, Ghostface discussed plans for future projects with fellow Wu-Tang Clan members Method Man and Raekwon, and even promised us that he'll be rapping 'til he's 60.

Check out the full interview after the jump.