For those who may have missed it, Wu-Tang Clan’s U-God will soon re-release last year’s The Keynote Speaker album.
As tensions continue to build throughout the country indefinitely, the Wu send a timely message with their title track single. Over Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes with Teddy Pendergrass’ “Wake Up Everybody”, Meth, Masta Killa, Cappadonna and Raekwon speak on society’s current ills. Read the rest of this entry
Here’s a new one from next month’s upcoming A Better Tomorrow album. No vics over here. Read the rest of this entry
Cappadonna from the legendary Wu Tang Clan collaborates with Outbreak Boards to release a limited edition skate line. Outbreak’s “The Killa Bee” line will showcase skateboards with Cappadonna’s iconic “Killa Bee” in various designs that many professional skaters will respect. The skate decks will be made with Canadian Maple wood and also will include sticker decals, custom designed clothing, hats and accessories. “I wanted to give an alternative for young people to do besides drugs and guns, especially in hoods across the nation. I believe skating and Hip-Hop go hand in hand, as both are independently free.” stated Cappadonna. Read the rest of this entry
If it ain’t broke…Prodigy and Havoc unite on a sinister Alchemist track. Holding down the anchor leg is none other than the Chef. Look out for the upcoming Albert Einstein album.
Continuing his countdown till The Piecemaker 3: Return of the 50 MC’s DJ Tony Touch releases footage of the Wu Tang Clan performing their classics. It was real hot at the Fever nightclub in the Bronx back in 1993.
Music is one of our most powerful tools. Renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson speaks with Wu-Tang’s GZA on lyricism, the role of science in his creativity and the influences of future Hip-Hop content. Can you imagine a world with more balance of content on popular radio?