In the nearly 20-year existence of the Wu-Tang Clan, most of the credit has gone to the RZA for orchestrating many of the massive crew’s moves. In a recent interview, the Abbot discusses the final chapter of the Wu saga, recording his last solo record, the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and much more.
Fans of James “J Dilla” Yancey are no doubt familiar with the famed Detroit producer’s critically acclaimed instrumental album Donuts. Although it would be the last album Dilla would record before his untimely passing in February 2006, the record still maintains resonance in the Hip-Hop community. For the collectors, the Yancey Music Group is already […]
Writer Henry Adaso found himself in the sights of Universal Music Group’s legal team after writing a review for Drake’s sophomore smash album Take Care for the website About.com, which was eventually removed for what the label charged as “copyright infringement.” Adaso alleges that the powerful record company, which also serves as the parent base […]
Three members of the legendary team Wu are still looking to put out a much anticipated collabortaion album but are now looking to fans for help. Ghostface Killa is asking fans to help the Wizard of Poetry name his collab group with his old Wu Tang counterparts, Raekwon and Method Man. As previously reported, the […]