A rap trope finally gets the supercut it deserves.
Thanks to Sugar Factory Films, fans finally have a chance to see this lost clip. The real question now is, was it really worth the wait?
“To us, [the album] felt like a summer in New York: the johnny pump, the dollar slices of pizza, the Italian ices. There’s nothing that tastes, looks, feels, smells like a New York summer anymore.”
Wu-Tang fans ain’t nothing to f*** with.
After releasing “Destiny Bends” when he heard of Paul Walker’s death earlier this month, the Wu-Tang Clan member has followed suit with “Gift of Hope,” a song acknowledging Nelson Mendela’s passing last week.
Among the acts that were confirmed to perform over the two-day festival include Kendrick Lamar, Danny Brown, Wu-Tang Clan and Tech N9ne.
Drake’s new track “Wu-Tang Forever” isn’t really about his love for the Wu. Instead it’s about his love affair with a woman who’s already taken.
Rock the Bells celebrates the past on their 10th anniversary but the results came up painfully short.
Previously unheard ODB vocals are “going to be part of this album, that’s a fact,” says Inspectah Deck.
The Bonnaroo webcast includes headlining performances from Paul McCartney, the xx, The Lumineers, Edward Sharpe, Wu-Tang Clan, Nas and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
“Family Reunion” appropriately samples the classic O’Jay’s soul tune of the same name, lending a retro soul feel to the rap featuring Ghostface Killa, Method Man and Masta Killa.
Just days after Rock The Bells announced this year’s show would feature virtual performances from ODB and Eazy-E, Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s widow demanded she be consulted before the project could continue.
We talked to Rock The Bells’ founder about what to expect from the OBD and Eazy-E holograms – ahem, “virtual performances” – that were just announced yesterday.
The East Coast rappers and West Coast rockers brought big hits and bigger performances to a wind-whipped but satisfying conclusion to the first weekend of Coachella 2013.
Twenty years ago the Wu-Tang Clan crowded into a small office in New York City and took turns spitting thorny raps, transforming the four walls into a show of lyrical fireworks. In 2013, they’re headlining Coachella.