Single taken from Endemic’s Terminal Illness part 2. In stores now
Two-part video from Wu-Tang’s DJ Mathematics, directed by Rock Davis, for Itchy House Films.
Ghostface Killah teams with The Roots, Adrian Young, Masta Killa, and Killah Priest for this performance from 12 Reasons To Die, hitting next Tuesday.
Another video from the upcoming 12 Reasons To Die album, this one showing the creation of the vinyl box set from GetOnDown.
To celebrate his third solo album Selling My Soul, Masta Killa of the Wu Tang Clan is back in with a new U.S. tour. Check out the dates below. Selling My Soul is now available on mastakillamusic.com and in stores everywhere. March 9 – Albany NY – Bogie’s March 10 – Middletown, NY – Sounds [cont.]
With the release of his third solo album Selling My Soul, Masta Killa has become one of the most consistent solo artists in the Wu Tang Clan family. But back in the early 90s, Killa was just another hungry young emcee looking for an opportunity. In a new video interview, MK recalls those early years [cont.]
Masta Killa of Wu-Tang Clan presents the official music video for “Things Just Ain’t The Same,” off his new album Selling My Soul, now in stores everywhere. More info at http://mastakillamusic.com/. Track produced by PF Cuttin.
With his new album Selling My Soul set to hit stores next Tuesday, December 11th, Wu-Tang Clan emcee Masta Killa is now debuting one of the most highly-anticipated tracks off the project. Featuring production from North Carolina producer extraordinaire 9th Wonder, “Food” is a historic Wu-Tang / Justus League collaboration, providing the mental nourishment fans [cont.]
Wu-Tang Clan emcee Masta Killa recently announced plans to release his third album Selling My Soul on December 11th. Now, he’s unveiling a taste off the new album. Featuring production from fellow Wu-Tang member Inspectah Deck, “R U Listening” is a soul-drenched gem sure to become a certified Wu classic. Selling My Soul is Masta [cont.]
Masta Killa may not be the most high-profile member of the Wu-Tang Clan, but he’s undoubtedly among the most consistent. The last original member to go solo, Killa has released two critically acclaimed albums in No Said Date and Made In Brooklyn, and has repeatedly stolen the show on recent Wu classics like Ghostface’s Fishscale, [cont.]
Method Man, U-God, and Masta Killa spit some free bars for Tim Westwood in an eleven minute session. This isn’t the first time either… Maybe we should dig up some of those old early Westwood / Wu appearances from the cassette archives?
Raekwon and Masta Killa performance at Le Poisson Rouge on February 10th. 2011 for the Stretch and Bobbito 20th Anniversary 89.9 Radio Show celebration. Watch the crowd recite every word…. Damn, that’s love.
Masta Killa serves up this digital compilation of mostly previously released tracks due Nov. 16th. This is the precursor to his next LP, Loyalty is Royalty. “Rhyme Time Freestyle” (ft. Masta Killa) “Unstoppable Threats” (ft. GZA, Masta Killa & Prodigal Sunn) “Scram” (ft. Masta Killa) “Just A Thought” (ft. Masta Killa & GZA) “Money Comes [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.]
As the last member of the Wu-Tang Clan to get an album out (yes, U-God actually beat Masta Killa), MK shocked us all with the Nature Sounds release of “No Said Date”, one of the most surprisingly solid post forever Wu-releases (excluding those from Ghost, of course). He looks to strike gold twice with [cont.]
The year is 1996. Hip-hop stations all over the country, but particularly on the east coast, are showing tremendous rotation to the Wu-Tang Clan. Having released four albums between the nine members of the group (not counting pre-Clan discs from the RZA and the Genius), just about everyone is up on the Wu, regarding [cont.]
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