[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”.
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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.
ForbezDVD‘s “Forbez Flashback” recently shot videos for old tracks and to kick off their new viral series, Capa milks a track off his ’98 release, The Pillage. Got milk?
Looks like The RZA could be the next real American Hero. According to Variety, Bobby Digital is set to star in G.I. Joe 2: Cobra Strikes. If all goes as planned, he will play the role of Blind Master. We didn’t see that coming. liveforfilms
During the Wu’s UK invasion, Method Man, U-God and Masta Killa stopped by Tim Westwood’s show for a 11 minute freestyle over some notable instrumentals—”Yonkers” included.
Still in the UK, SoulCultureTV caught up with Meth, who briefly says he doesn’t cosign the numerous comparisons between the Clan and OFWGKTA, but praises Tyler and the collective’s movement.
Last night, the Wu took to The Forum for the first of their two shows in London. Although Deck, Rae and RZA weren’t present, the rest of the Clan performed countless classics and Sumit was there for the action. Yesterday: Method Man Talks Crystal Meth
Imagine paying to watch a music video. Well kids, before YouTube, there was The Box. MTV rarely broadcasted hip-hop and VH1 was stuck on Meatloaf, so The Box charged up to $3.99 per clip. You’d have to order the video via your remote control. Back then, that was some extraordinary shit. Wu-Tang Clan were staples on the channel and often had their videos played. Here’s an interview they did on the network explaining their origins and Do-It-Yourself motif. Funny how […]
The Wu will make their way across the pond for a five stop tour—the first in four years. All members will take to the stage including Young Dirty Bastard with Semtex serving as a tour DJ. Yelawolf will appear during the last four shows.