Along with Rakim, Rae planted his Wu flag last night at Stage 48.
Produced by the RZA, the Wu’s DJ and producer Mathematics brings another offering off his upcoming The Answer. Album drops April 16. Wu-Tang 4 ever!
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson invited GZA to his recent StarTalk radio show. Fast forward to the 12:00 mark, the Genius discussed the Wu and how science helped influence their music.
A few weeks ago, The Genius was invited to speak at Harvard University in Boston. There isn’t any video, but here’s audio of the lecture. Part two and three after the jump.
Wu-Tang’s GZA is set to bring his mystery of chessboxin lyrical skills to Harvard University. Maximillion will lecture on the music industry during the institution’s Black Men’s Forum on December 1st at 4 pm followed by a Q&A for the public. He also plans to attend the Broad Institute and the MIT Media Lab to speak with folks there for inspiration on his next album. What a genius. rollingstone
The Genius is currently on his UK trek and earlier this evening, Sumit was on hand at The Garage to capture GZA run through a few of his Liquids Sword classics and notable Wu verses.
J-Zone over at egotripland unleashes a 20-year-old never-seen before clip of The Genius, Prince Rakeem and Ason Unique on Public Access TV. Aside from promoting Gza’s Words From The Genius LP, ODB beatboxes while Gza spits a freestyle at about the 5:20 mark. eskay