From 2014′s The Keynote Speaker.
After releasing its lead single “Moonlight” and its accompanying video, Hanni El Khatib is back today to share GZA’s remix of his forthcoming LP’s title track for free download. The remix finds GZA honing in on the song’s theme of moonlight before taking his verse even further out into the cosmos. It’s a great demonstration [cont.]
For a limited time Get On Down is offering the limited edition GZA/Genius Liquid Swords “Battle Scene” Wood Block prints. This 18″ x 18″ wood block is based on the album’s “Battle Scene” visuals which were included in Liquid Swords’ original album packaging. These wood blocks are screen printed by AntiDesigns, with a deluxe resin [cont.]
GZA is a founding member of the seminal hip hop group, the Wu-Tang Clan, and co-founder of SCIENCE GENIUS with Christopher Emdin of Teachers College. The program seeks to engage high school students in science using hip hop. The pilot program met with great success in terms of recognition and results: participating schools saw an [cont.]
U-God’s first single from Keynote Speaker, due July 23rd.
Rap legend GZA gives us a sneak peak of one of the songs from his new album, Dark Matter. The rapper has encouraged New York City public schools use hip hop as a tool to teach science. GZA/Genius, take us the fuck outta here…
This interview dropped in December, but somehow slipped under our radar. That being said, watch GZA speak with the StarTalk crew about how hip-hop relates to science. Forewarning, this gets pretty geeky at times.
Felipe Interviews GZA at The Chess Forum for Brooklyn Bound/Fader TV.
Interview with GZA in Philadelphia for the Step Into The Black Music Series presented by The FADER and Captain Morgan Black Spiced Rum. He speaks briefly on his upcoming album Dark Matter, but more about his new graphic novel, Chlorine.
Ego Trip by-way-of J-Zone diggs (heh) up this vintage interview from New York public access TV of a pre-Wu-Tang era GZA, RZA, and Ol’ Dirty Bastard speaking on the “Word From The Genius” LP. ODB “I give it to you raw, you know?”
Marley Marl, Mr. Magic, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G. Rap & Polo, Biz Markie, M.C. Shan, Roxanne Shante, Masta Ace, Craig G, The Intelligent Hoodlum and…. GZA/Genius? Almost, says Raekwon.
GZA says he’s about to go into the studio to record his new album, but it is “Not Liquid Swords 2, not yet,” he tweeted late last week. “This project will have a visual and audio element. In a league of it’s own. Taking it up a notch before we get Liquid Swords 2 in [cont.]
Freddie Foxxx aka Bumpy Knuckles announced that in addition to his Kollexion LP with DJ Premier, due this year, he will also release a joint LP with KRS-One called Royalty Check…..Aesop Rock is back in the studio working on a new solo rap album, along with some other projects…. David Banner tweets that he just [cont.]
GZA’s been working on and compiling footage for Wu-Tang Revealed for ten years now, which will give a very in-depth look at the Clan behind the scenes. Lots of arguing included.
Killah Priest speaks on the origin of “B.I.B.L.E.” for GZA’s original “Liquid Swords”, in this interview with Pyramid West. He also speaks on the early history of the Wu and other heavy, mental topics.
Anyone who’s been down with the Wu-Tang Clan since day one knows the legend that nobody wanted to follow GZA on posse cuts, ensuring that he always rhymed last. The Genius may not always run the anchor leg when the Clan gets together these days, but his gift for lyricism is still on display on [cont.]
As 2002 came to a close, GZA/Genius took us the fuck outta here with his fourth solo debut (third with GZA attatched to his name), Legend Of A Liquid Sword, with its title reflective of his unprecedented hip-hop classic, Liquid Swords. But this left fans a little uneasy, as in most cases, titling your album [cont.]
“When The Fat Lady Sings” reunites GZA/Genius and DJ Muggs, after their stellar performance on the first Soul Assassins album. This one gives Muggs orchestrated sound, which has been more prevalent on recent Cypress Hill releases. The structure of the song is pretty basic, but what subtracts from it is the lack of a hook - instead, [cont.]
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