Due this Tuesday, October 23rd. Features the Wu-Tang Clan, Kanye West, Ghostface Killah, Pusha T, Method Man, Freddie Gibbs, Raekwon, Flatbush Zombies, Talib Kweli, M.O.P., and more. The Man With The Iron Fists Soundtrack by Man With The Iron Fists
RZA’s The Man With The Iron Fists soundtrack keeps sounding better and better with each leak. Here’s the latest, teaming the Wu-Tang Clan and Kool G. Rap. Rivers of Blood by The Wu-Tang Clan / Kool G Rap
Suuuuuu! New Wu-Tang Clan cut from RZA’s The Man With The Iron Fists soundtrack. They are also offering a limited edition 5 CD set for pre-order now via Bandcamp. Details are as follows: This is the ULTIMATE collector’s set from THE MAN WITH THE IRON FISTS. It includes 5 CDs: 1. The Soundtrack album on [cont.]
RZA sat down with The Breakfast Club to speak on his new film, The Man With The Iron Fists. During the interview, he spoke on the prospect of next year’s 20th anniversary of the Wu-Tang Clan, suggesting that they may do one more album and/or world tour to “close the book” on the Wu-Tang dynasty. [cont.]
The Lox and Wu-Tang’s ambitious Wu-Block project has some new cover art, seen above, and a new street date, from it’s originally projected Oct. 16 release date. The album will now hit store shelves on November 9th, on eOne Music.
Looks like Wu-Block is coming closer to officially dropping. Here’s the first single, up at Itunes now.
So, this year’s Hot 97 Summer Jam was not without controversy, as usual. When jock Peter Rosenberg introduced Kendrick Lamar, he said “We’re about real hip-hop here, not ‘Starships’,” referring to Nicki Minaj’s crossover single. Lil Wayne that preceded to Tweet “Young Money ain’t doing summer jam,” and pulled all of his labelmates from the [cont.]
Thisis50 & Young Jack Thriller recently spoke with Wu Tang for an exclusive interview. RZA talks about acting, motivation and having a lot of white fans. Inspectah Deck speaks on the start of Wu Tang, the whole movement and advice from LL Cool J. Masta Killa talks about the difference between himself now and 20 [cont.]
Guess that Wu-Block project really is coming to fruition. Here’s something sampling the late great Barry White. Speaking of which, Ghost has used this sample before. Props to the first person to name the track he used it on….
The entire lineup is listed above, with notable acts including Wu-Tang Clan, Dipset, Kendrick Lamar, DJ Quick, Psycho Realm, Dilated Peoples, Living Legends, Hieroglyphics, People Under The Stairs, Three 6 Mafia, RA The Rugged Man, and more.
In just over a year and a half, Boston Bruin’s Left Winger Brad Marchand has won a Stanley Cup and has become a fan favorite among Boston Hockey fans. His cult hero status as a gritty player who doesn’t take himself too serious has been elevated with the embracing of his popular nickname “Noseface Killah” [cont.]
Does Rae know he had the best solo LP?
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.]
The standard definition of the term energy is a feeling of possessing such strength and vitality, and perhaps this is the most fitting adjective that symbolizes rapper Cappadonna, the Staten Island native from the hip-hop group the Wu Tang Clan. Energy is also an element that remains consistent throughout his latest work of The Pilgrimage [cont.]
Mr. Mef sits down in Montreal to speak about a number of topics, including a prank Ludacris played on him, the kind of student he was in school, jobs he’s had as a teenager, what he spent his 1st big paycheck on, and the key to success.
Ghostface speaks on how all the Clan albums are like his children and the power of the Wu. Masta Killa speaks on the competition between members to get on a track and how he landed his first Wu verse on “Mystery of Chessboxin.” Raekwon and Ghostface speak on the classic introduction found on “Only Built [cont.]
GZA, Ghostface, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa, U-God & Cappadonna bring da rukus for their performance at the Red Bull Music Academy’s Five Out Of Five event in Staten Island.
Reebok Classics and Rock The Bells brings you exclusive… RZA! “I try to make albums like movies, man.” Catching up with RZA behind the scenes at Rock the Bells, it was clear that he sees everything through the prism of a movie screen, including Wu-Tang’s 1993 classic album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). When asked [cont.]
Among the many releases emblazoned with the Wu-Tang phoenix logo, the consumer never really knows what they are going to get. Each member has carved out their own niche, not to mention the abundance of affiliate member releases from the Clan’s alleged 300+ member roster. Then there are the compilations, and then there’s releases like [cont.]
Title track from the Wu’s Legendary Weapons compilation, dropping July 26th. Produced by Noah Rubin. LISTEN: Wu-Tang – “Legendary Weapons” [Feat. Ghostface Killah, AZ, and M.O.P.] Wu-Tang – “Legendary Weapons” [Feat. Ghostface Killah, AZ, and M.O.P.]
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