Wu Tang Clan are hitting the studio recording a new album celebrating their 20th anniversary. RZA sent Hot 97 a new record from the group titled “Family Reunion.” Radio rip for now. New album from the Wu on the way soon.
RZA releases a unreleased Wu-Tang Clan‘s called “Execution in Autumn” featuring Inspectah Deck, Raekwon, RZA and U-God.
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In part one of a three part series, Funkmaster Flex sits down with RZA to speak on the origin of the Wu-Tang, how much he believes in The Man In The Iron Fists, what the Wu was called before the ’90s, and gets quizzed on the history of the crew.
Michael K. Williams From The Wire Will Play Ol Dirty Bastard In Biopic Film
Michael K. Williams from Hbo’s The Wire will play Ol Dirty Bastard from the Wu Tang Clan in Biopic Film about his life.
EW has learned exclusively that Williams, 45, will star in an upcoming film about the legendary Wu-Tang Clan rapper and all-around troubled soul Russell Jones, a.k.a. Ol’ Dirty Bastard, whose impressive mic skills and outrageous showmanship were eclipsed by his erratic offstage behavior, assorted arrests, and an early death. […]
The movie is based on the final years of ODB’s life — a true story that is nonetheless stranger than fiction.
Titled Dirty White Boy, the film focuses on the offbeat friendship between the Wu-Tang Clan co-founder and Jarred Weisfeld, a 22-year-old VH1 production assistant who through a lot of hustle (and the occasional lie) talked his way into becoming the rapper’s manager when Jones was serving a three-year stint in prison in the early 2000s.
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In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Wu-Tang Clan formation in 92 the design firm Two Rabbits hired illustrator Honkey Kong for a work Entitled “Wu-Sciples, with Wu-Tang Clan members as the Biblical Last Supper with Ol’ Dirty Bastard Aka Baby Jesus as Jesus Christ.
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Wu-Tang Clan rapper GZA/The Genius is set to give a lecture about his music career and lyrical craft at Harvard’s Black Men’s Forum on December 1st. The lecture, which will be held at 4 p.m., will be followed by a Q&A with the legendary emcee and is open to the general public.
While in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the GZA plans to visit the Broad Institute and the MIT Media Lab. According to a statement from the rapper, he intends to speak with scientists and thinkers there to seek inspiration for his next album, which is due out sometime next year on Babygrande
Method Man spoke on the influence and legacy of the Wu-Tang Clan in a recent interview. Meth emphasized that while far too many rappers claim to have ‘changed the game, the pioneering 90s hardcore crew actually did revolutionize the way the hip hop industry did business.
The Wu’s business model was unprecedented when the group emerged in 1993.
âLetâs be clear with the audience out hereâ¦first of all, when brothers say âchange the gameâ they use it in a way thatâs so clichÃ©, you donât exactly know what theyâre talking about,â Method Man said. âWe came in as a unit with the option to sign deals as solo artists. And we had labels who never talked to each other actually working together. Thatâs how you change the game.â