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15 January, 2014@5:10 am
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Cappadonna of legendary Hip Hop collective Wu-Tang Clan collaborates with Outbreak Boards to release a limited edition skate line, and films a video for his classic verse from 1996′s “Winter Warz”.

Wu-Tang Clan’s Cappadonna has joined forces with Outbreak Boards to release “The Winter Warz” line. The collection will showcase his iconic “Killa Bee” logo and legendary verses on various designs which can be purchased at outbreakboards.com and selected stores.

The Connecticut-based skate board manufacturer embraced Cappadonna’s vision to bring the Wu legacy to the sport and culture of skating. Their skate decks will be made of Canadian Maple wood; other items in the partnership include sticker decals, custom designed clothing, hats and accessories.

“Since the official launch of my skateboard line with Outbreak has been successful since the summer Killa Bee line. We are receiving orders from all over the world. I believe its time to continue bringing new flavors to the masses. With the new launch of Winter Warz I wanted to also give the skateboard line some street flavor. This is a wave movement!” Cappadonna stated.

Cappadonna recently released the double disc CD Eyrth, Wynd, and Fyre, his seventh solo album. Wu-Tang Clan is touring to promote their 20th Anniversary. The Wu-Tang Clan is one of the most iconic groups in Hip Hop history. The group’s debut album, 1993′s Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), established the Staten Island, New York collective as one of rap’s most promising groups. Cappadonna is also releasing his most anticipated album to date The Pillage 2 in 2014.


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4 Responses to "Cappadonna – “Winter Warz” (Video)"
  • WuBrotha#1 says:

    First the Milk This Cow video, now this. This was the one joint off Ironman that I wished had an official video back in the day. It’s dope but yet weird that a classic verse from such a long time ago is Cappas primary claim to success ( well, The Pillage was a great album, even as I started believing his Winter Warz and Ice Cream verses were flukes). In an era where video access is way broader, it really makes me appreciate the long hours I spent watching Rap City, MTV raps and local hip hop shows to dub that one Wu video. My Wu VHS tape may have been jacked, but I am proud to have been the first dude to record Black Boy and have it exclusively around the block. Capps, I know the video is a promo for your business venture, but it makes me appreciate the albums I listened to a lot as a young one. Nas put best, never on schedule but always on time.

  • Dnpmonk25 says:

    If this makes more people go back and listen to Iron-man or the Pillage then this is definitely a good thing.

  • khordkutta says:

    Loved The Pillage, but I always felt like RZA wasted some tracks on Cappa on it.

  • khordkutta says:

    South of the Border(?) was my ish.

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