Hmmmm…..Another one from Inspectah Deck’s Manifesto… Like the track, not what I’d expect from Wu-Tang, but the beat by itself is dope, and Deck and Rae are a natural fit, even though they’ve essentially traded grime for synth. Not sure about the autotuned hook tho…..Hopefully the album can keep the balance…. Inspectah Deck + Raekwon [cont.]
First offering from the Rebel INS’s forthcoming Manifesto, due March 23rd… Heavy Alchemist track here, and Deck’s really tapping into his Wu roots, with lyrics like “major pain game hunter / summertime shine”. Sounds like the OB4CL2 effect might be contagious….. Inspectah Deck + The Alchemist – “The Champion” (MP3)
The Wu-Tang renaissance seems to be back in full effect, with the next release out the pipeline being Inspectah Deck’s Manifesto, dropping one week before Rae+Ghost+Meth’s Wu-Massacre LP on March 23rd. Production is handled by Alchemist, Phenom, Mike Cash, MoSS, Lee Bannon & of course, the Rebel INS. Preorders are happening now @ Amazon.com. The [cont.]
In a recent BlogTV live broadcast, a flip-flopping Joe Budden spoke on Inspectah Deck’s recent attack on him, “House Nigga”. At first he decided that he was going to respond lyrically to Deck. “When I first heard the Inspectah Deck s**t I thought it was weak but I said, ‘Aight I’m going to tear him [cont.]
On June 30th, E1 Music will release the new album from “Wu-Tang”, entitled “Chamber Music”. That is not to be confused with The Wu-Tang Clan, it’s just labeled as “Wu-Tang”. What does this mean exactly? Lord knows, there have been tons of albums with the Wu insignia on them over the years, some used to [cont.]
In the four-years since the Rebel INS dropped his slept-on Uncontrolled Substance (which still went Gold with virtually no input from RZA) debut, it seems that heads have nearly forgotten about one of the Wu’s sharpest blades. On the heels on Wu’s Iron Flag, Deck has experienced further growing pains as a solo-artist, jetting from [cont.]
The debut of the Rebel INS’s solo LP is one of the most anticipated releases in the Wu-Tang Clan’s history. He’s been called the Wu’s most underrated emcee, even though his was the first voice heard when you played Enter the 36 Chambers for the first time. Deck’s powerful impact on mics was never really fronted [cont.]
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