New video for “Worship” featuring Wisemen members Phillie & Bronze’s brother Kevlaar 7. From Bronze Nazareth’s sophomore album, “School For The Blindman” out now.
New video from Timbo King for his single “High Ranking,” featuring R.A. The Rugged Man, produced by Bronze Nazareth. Serious, serious smack talkin’ going down. Timbo King’s debut album “From Babylon To Timbuk2” is now in stores everywhere.
New video from L.A.D. produced by Bronze Nazareth. I remember hearing this on a very tight J-Love compilation (” Return of the Darkman Part 2″) a while ago. Check it out if you haven’t already.
Graaaaaavedigggaaaaaz? Taken from B.N.’s School For The Blindman, hitting September 13th. LISTEN: Bronze Nazareth – “Fresh From The Morgue” (feat. RZA)
Another single from the Wu-Tang Clan album Legendary Weapons, hitting July 26th. LISTEN: Wu-Tang – “225 Rounds” (feat. U-God, Cappadonna, Bronze Nazareth, RZA) Wu-Tang – “225 Rounds” (feat. U-God, Cappadonna, Bronze Nazareth, RZA)
Bronze Nazareth and company drop a video off of thier latest LP Children Of A Lesser God.
Taken from the album Ancient Future to be released on April 11th 2011.
Bronze killed this beat. The Chef appears on this Wisemen track, taken from Children of A Lesser God, hitting 10.26.10 via Ihiphop Distribution. LISTEN: Bronze Nazareth Presents Wisemen – “Thirsty Fish” (feat. Raekwon) (MP3) Bronze Nazareth Presents Wisemen – “Thirsty Fish” (feat. Raekwon) (MP3)
Miami phenom Saheed has joined forces with DJBooth.net and Public Wizard, Inc. for his latest street release, the Take Heed EP. In addition to his DJBooth.net Freestyle Series contribution “Small Something,” the eight-track EP features reader-acclaimed leaks “How Can I Explain” and “Empathy.” Lords of the Fly crew !MAYDAY! and DJ Ashy Knuckles make guest [cont.]
There are many of us that still hold on to that tiny piece of thread from the Wu Tang Clan iron flag that unfortuantely unraveled a few years ago. We still look forward to anything Wu related. We hope that one track will take us back to the days when it was all so simple. But after [cont.]
In the early nineties the Wu-Tang Clan was heard from West to South to North to East, everybody was banging “Cuban Linx” and “36 Chambers”. After much success in the nineties the millennium has been plagued with mediocre side projects and slumping sales. It is now time for a rebirth; Bronze Nazareth is part of [cont.]
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