Fans of Wu-Tang Clan are in for a treat this fall. GZA, Raekwon And Ghostface Killah will be hitting the road together via the “3 Chambers” Tour.
The second studio album of the artist formerly known as The Genius is rightly considered one sprawling Wu-Tang Clan's best solo works.
The celebrity event showcases avowed chess players RZA and GZA of Wu-Tang Clan fame against Grandmaster Maurice Ashley.
The Wu-Tang Clan's GZA recently posted content across Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter that paints him as a flat-earther and an anti-vaxxer. Shocked followers are wondering if The Genius has lost touch with reality or just testing the waters to engage with fans.
Fans of the Wu-Tang Clan are quite familiar with the GZA, formerly known as The Genius, and his heavy interest in science and beyond. Living up to his former rap namesake, GZA is the host of a new Netflix series titled Liquid Science which takes the Wu swordsman around the world to delve deep into […]
GZA lives up to his “The Genius” nickname on this track dedicated to NASA’s outer space exploration.
The wait for Gunplay’s long awaited debut album, Living Legend, is nearly over. The project arrives on July 31, but we receive the rapper’s new single “Be Like Me,” featuring longtime partner in rhyme Rick Ross, today.
For sh*ts and giggles, data-scientist Matt Daniels used a metric of 35,000 words (using Shakespeare as a point of reference) and examined the lyrics of a slew of rappers to determine who in Hip-Hop has the largest vocabulary.
GZA took his talents to the stage at TEDxTeen in a recent talk about the benefits of scientific studies.
Here today, and gone later today. That’s how fast your career in rap can last if you are not careful with how you handle your business. Luckily there are rappers that have lasted the test of time and are still rocking microphones to this very day.
At the time Wu-Tang Clan first appeared on the national stage, it was thanks to a hit 12″ single titled “Protect Ya Neck”/“Method Man”, released by Loud Records. The year before the group independently released “Protect Ya Neck” with a different B-side (“After The Laughter Comes Tears”) which built up enough of a buzz on […]
The legendary Wu-Tang Clan has endured a lot in their 20-year existence, from crew infighting and the loss of Ol’ Dirty Bastard. However, a new legal battle brewing between U-God and a fellow swordsman has been sparked by separate representatives for the artists over the reportedly unauthorized release of a song featuring GZA.