The Clan weren’t nuthin’ to fuck with back in the 90s but every time they join forces to release a subpar compilation like this it stains their legacy. Can a Shaolin collective stan get a proper follow-up to 2007’s 8 Diagrams? It’s been 5 years and recent work from Raekwon, Ghost and Meth prove that the talent is still there it just has to be honed in properly together. This rocky E1 release is laced with the familiar kung fu […]
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Wu-Tang Clan ain’t nuthin’ ta fuck wit. And over at the Eve Ultra Lounge in Staten Island, the Wu brought the 36 Chambers back to their hometown for Red Bull’s Five Out Five Tour. Brooklyn, it goes down tonight. blow! Previously: Queens (Mobb Deep x Lloyd Banks) | The Bronx (Slick Rick)
During Rock The Bells, the Abott reminisces with Fuse on Clan’s classic debut album and compares the content to John Woo’s action-film, The Killer. Previously: Nas l Cypress Hill l Lauryn Hill l Raekwon l Mobb Deep l Common l Erykah Badu
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.
[vodpod id=Video.15340613&w=540&h=350&fv=] This was probably the best performance last night at the MTV VMAs. After reciting, “Yeah 3x” Chris Brown paid homage to the Wu with a dance to “Protect Ya Neck”.
Odd Future was just one of the many acts for this year’s Openair Frauenfeld this weekend in Switzerland and up top, Tyler and his goons perform Goblin‘s standout track. More acts during the 3 day music festival below.
Last night, Shallah performed at the Brooklyn/Lyricist Lounge at Prospect Park and brought his catalog of hits with him. Up top, he opens up his set with his classic verse from “C.R.E.A.M.” More highlights from the show below.