The sons of Big Pun, Eazy E, and Ol’ Dirty Bastard celebrate their fathers’ legacies with this cheekily titled collaboration.
Cappadonna from the Wu-Tang explains what was going on when Old Dirty Bastard rushed the stage at the 1998 Grammys, explaining that he just wanted to show off his fresh suit. The rapper also addresses what he said on stage, and shares several other ODB stories, including one of him stealing the mic from Biggie [cont.]
Tony Touch writes: “Let the countdown begin!!! Webisode #1 I will be releasing 50 Webisodes for the next 50 days of Exclusive behind the scenes footage from the Golden Era leading up to the release of “Piecemaker 3″ Return of the 50 MC’s. The album drops July 9, 2013 . This clip features Busta Rhymes,Old [cont.]
Legendary Wu-Tang rapper Raekwon opened up about ODB’s death, revealing that he saw Dirty’s body when he died, and said he had a face of bravery. Raekwon also opened up about ODB’s drug use and how it affected the crew.
RZA stopped by Fuse TV to discuss his new movie “The Man with the Iron Fist,” the film’s soundtrack, and how ODB inspired Russell Crowe’s character.
In usual fashion, Quentin Tarantino’s next film, DJango Unchained, already has a Stellar cast attached to it, including Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kurt Russell, Samuel L. Jackson, Don Johnson, to name a few. RZA is the latest to join the crew, according to a report from Variety, and will portray the character Thaddeus, “a violent [cont.]
Studio Life: Raekwon & The J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League Discuss Rick Ross and O.D.B. from 3 Little Digs on Vimeo. In part 3 of “The Purple Tape” discussions between “Chef” Reakwon and The J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Raekwon speaks on Old Dirty Bastard’s production ability as well as why Rick Ross is successful.
Actor Michael Kenneth Williams (best known for his role as Omar Little in The Wire) discusses his starring role as Hip Hop Legend ODB in an upcoming biopic, his involvement in R Kelly’s Trapped In The Closet musical soap opera, and speaks about working with Chris Rock in his film I Think I Love My [cont.]
This kid might be a star. Reminds us of early Pharcyde, more than ODB.
Thanks to the Freedom Of Information Act, the FBI has released their file on one Russell Tyrone Jones, known to most as The Ol’ Dirty Bastard. This document is chock full of goodies, some of it true, some of it assumption, linking to Wu-Tang Clan to organized crime and gang activity. You can read the [cont.]
Available for pre-order now over at UGHH: It’s safe to say that hip-hop has never seen an album like Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s 1995 solo debut Return to the 36 Chambers. The brief glimpses of ODB’s unhinged genius provided by Wu-Tang Clan’s landmark Enter the Wu-Tang album two years earlier were begging to be expanded on [cont.]
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?”
A late addition from the OB4CL2, dedicated to ODB aka “Ason Jones” and produced by J Dilla. Directed by Kris Kinetik.
Reminiscing on the sixth year since O.D.B.’s passing, the young dirty bastard speaks on his pops.
North America / South America team up of Squeak E. Clean and DJ Zegon deliver the first video from their recently released remix LP, The Big Bang. The video features all original artwork by Calma (aka Stephan Doitschinoff), was produced by Terence Teh and directed by Lorna T & Studio Giblets. Of the video, Squeak [cont.]
Longtime homie J-Love teams with aspiring emcee Meyhem Lauren and some lost Dirt McGirt vocals. A No-Prize for first person to identify them in the comments section below….. DJ J-Love + Meyhem Lauren + O.D.B. – “Sluts” (MP3)
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.]
Mixtape/Compilation Release; No Rating Given It was producing tandem the Neptunes who first coined the term N.E.R.D., an acronym that stood for “No One Ever Really Dies,” when they released their debut album In Search Of… and their subsequent sophomore album Fly or Die. And in the hip-hop world, the N.E.R.D. acronym has become [cont.]
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