Hippa To Da Hoppa.
Eazy-E wasn’t the only hologram at Rock The Bells in L.A. this weekend. On day 2, the late O’l Dirty Bastard was resurrected by the Wu, who even brought out his son, Young Dirty. Like father, like son.
Leading up to the release of his The Piecemaker 3: Return Of The 50 MCs on July 9, DJ Tony Touch is releasing never seen before clips he’s recorded over the last 20 years. Kicking things off is footage from 1994 at the Gavin Convention in New Orleans, where Busta and the late ODB kick a few raps, which of course later ended up as “Woo Hah” and “Damage”.
In celebration of The Man With The Iron Fists, RZA performed at the House of Blues on Sunset Blvd. Above, he pays his respects to the late ODB. More
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[vodpod id=Video.15703083&w=540&h=350&fv=] With the help of James Black, Justin Nozuka and Kobra Khan, RZA pens an ode to his fallen Wu comrade, Russell Jones. ODB passed away 7 years ago this past Sunday and would have turned 43 on Tuesday.
It’s back to the 36 Chambers. The late Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s first solo album will be re-released as a wallet box set featuring limited edition accessories on November 22. Also re-mastered, this reissue will feature an additional CD featuring remixes, instrumentals and unreleased music. More info here.
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