We’re down with pretending Benzino’s crew never existed if it means a dope new Wu-Tang posse cut. LISTEN: Mathematics – “Made Men” (Feat. Raekwon, Eyes Low, Bad Luck, Cappadonna, Method Man)
Dr. Greenthumb and Tommy Chong’s first annual Spring Gathering goes down May 8, 2010 @ the NOS Events Center in San Bernadino, CA. The event,a music festival and medical marijuana expo, will feature B-Real, Meth& Red and freestyle legend Supernatural. In addition to performing, B-Real will also serve as host and keynote speaker for the [cont.]
Wu-Massacre wasn’t the first time Def Jam commissioned comic book artists to depict their artists. In the Fall of 1997, these incredible promo posters were sent out, featuring the labels strongest and most iconic members – LL Cool J, Method Man, Foxy Brown, Redman, and EPMD, as super heroes. Click for larger image.
Joell hits the net with another track, this time over the Meth, Rae and Ghost track “Dreams.” The album Free Agent is still coming soon from Joell Ortiz. For now check out this one below. Joell Ortiz – “Letter To Sanaa” (MP3)
Concept sneaker in celebration of the release of Wu-Massacre, created by Mike Norris of Break Your Neck Urban Customs on Melrose in Los Angeles.
Inspectah Deck Talks About “Got My Mind Up” on Toca Tuesdays from Toca Tuesdays on Vimeo. This is classic hip-hop history right here. An old story, but nice to hear it from Deck himself. In other news, the caller is obsessed with Deck.
Biggie’s Life After Death album changed the face of New York rap. The massive double disc collection rewrote all the rules of the city, mainly by outsourcing the production to different houses, expanding upon the sounds and styles associated with the rapper. Songs like “Notorious Thugs” (feat. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony), “Fuckin You Tonight” (feat. R. Kelly) [cont.]
Decisions, decisions. We know each and every one of you is going to be first in line at your local mom and pop shop with $50 in your hands to cop the new albums from Erykah Badu, Meth + Ghost + Rae, Usher, E-40 right? Surely the only way to get these never heard before [cont.]
One more new track from the Wu Massacre album as it prepares to drop in stores at the end of the month. “It’s That Wu Sh*t” was produced by Scram Jones. LISTEN: Method Man + Ghostface + Raekwon – “It’s That Wu Sh*t”
FINALLY – the video for this track drops, directed by the always busy Rik Cordero. No more behind the scenes clips, this is the real deal. Taken from the Wu-Massacre LP dropping next week.
It’s coming, don’t forget. Plenty of lead up to this Wu-Massacre video, which hits next week in full. And remember, the album drops March 30th. We find a new way to remind you every day.
Last night we got a some new Redman, this morning we get a little Meth, Ghost and Rae. This track hits iTunes today as well. Wu-Massacre coming very soon now. LISTEN: Method Man + Ghostface Killah + Raekwon – “Miranda”
Third cover in the Method Man, Ghostface, Raekwon Wu-Massacre variant series. Album drops March 30th – there’s only two weeks left…
Raekwon dishes to MTV on the forthcoming Wu-Massacre LP, explaining how the Wu-Tang Clan focuses on making albums, rather than ringtone singles meant for radio or club play. “A lot of the production was dealt with through us playing phone tag,” Rae told MTV later, off camera. “Ghost had a lot to do with really [cont.]
Another fresh joint from Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon off the upcoming Wu-Massacre album. Along for the ride on this track is D-Block members Sheek Louch and Bully, and fellow Wu affiliated artist Trife Diesel. Production on this track from Scram Jones. This track definitely follows the previously released ones with the same type [cont.]
Marvel’s Chris Bachalo unveils 2/3 variant covers for Raekwon + Ghostface + Method Man’s Wu-Massacre LP, dropping March 30th. The Method Man cover was revealed last week, we suspect Rae’s cover will drop next week….
1/3 covers for Rae+Ghost+Method Man’s Wu-Massacre (March 30th, Def Jam).
We told you a long time ago! This track actually leaked a year or so ago during Raekwon’s OB4CL2 recording sessions. The track didn’t make the final cut and honestly was missed (not that the album needed anything else). Here it is retooled and retitled as version 2.5, now including a verse from Mr. Mef, and [cont.]
“Anybody trying to eat legally and get they money the way I try get mines I ain’t never gonna knock them, man…. That’s the last time I say anything about any motherfuckin’ emcee or what they do. I’ma keep my business to myself, real talk. I ain’t never gonna knock another emcee trying to eat [cont.]
Poor Ghost, he had to sit there next to Rae and Meth snickering at his interview with Angela Yee and she touches upon his When In Rome “chick-flick” cameo and how he is a very sensitive man. That’s rough….
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