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.
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.
Another leak from the trio of Meth, Ghost and Rae. Wu-Massacre coming at the end of the month. Hopefully this album won’t leak anymore and we will all have more to wait for. LISTEN: Method Man + Ghostface Killah + Raekwon – “Dangerous”
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….
Footage from last night’s performance, with appearances from Raekwon, Ghostface, and Smif N Wessun. [Source: EW]
1/3 covers for Rae+Ghost+Method Man’s Wu-Massacre (March 30th, Def Jam).
Raekwon leaked the artwork for the upcoming Method Man + Raekwon + Ghostface “Wu Massacre” album via Twitter today, which drops March 30th on Def Jam. Coincidentaly, preorders also began today at Amazon.com. Rae further tweets “I forgot the album won’t be called “Wu Massacre” wit my brothers it will be called “THREE, THE HARD [cont.]
UPDATE: More action from the director’s chair, this time direct frm Three/21 Media. Wu-Massacre: Behind The Scene from Mazi O. Video on Vimeo. Raekwon, Ghostface, and Method Man break down the concept for the “Our Dreams” video, from the forthcoming Wu-Massacre LP. What’s great about these interviews with the guys is that they are speaking [cont.]
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