Just when you think you heard it all a journalist will pose the right question and get a jewel. One of Wu-Tang’s sharpest swordsmen revealed that tinsel town likes it hot.
The Wu-Tang flag will continue to stand stall going into to 2020. Hulu’s upcoming mini-series just got some more star power.
Inspectah Deck has announced the upcoming release of his new solo project after Showtime’s four-part Wu-Tang documentary Of Mics and Men, received waves of critical acclaim after the first episode aired on May 10.
Hip-Hop collective Czarface, comprised of Wu-Tang Clan’s Inspectah Deck, and duo 7L & Esoteric, have been churning up comic book-inspired projects for years now. The latest project, Czarface Meets Ghostface, features Tony Starks and the crew is collaborating with sustainable fashion brand Arvin Goods for some fresh pieces you need to add to your collection.
Inpspectah Deck, a longtime member of the Wu-Tang Clan, and Boston underground Hip-Hop duo 7L & Esoteric joined forces in 2013 to form the group Czarface. After a number of acclaimed projects, Czarface announced a joint project with the elusive wordsmith MF DOOM for a new album coming next month.
$ilk Money ft. André 3000 “Decemba (Remix),” Ab-Soul ft. Da$h “Huey Knew,” & More | Wired Tracks 9.30.16
It’s common knowledge that André Lauren Benjamin (bka André 300o) is not to be trifled with in the booth. However, his penchant for staying in tune with what moves younger MCs often goes unsung. Today, the legends wins with a verse on this formula on $ilk Money’s “Decemba (Remix).”
Lupe Fiasco “LAW (LoveAllWays),” Method Man ft. Raekwon & Inspectah Deck “The Purple Tape,” & More | Wired Tracks 8.6.15
After penning a hell of a manifesto that touched on the Meek Mill/Drake beef (and the perception of ghostwriting in Hip-Hop), Lupe Fiasco keeps the ink flowing on a new track titled “LAW (LoveAllWays).”
Whether or not Odd Future stays intact remains to be seen but the once prominent rap collective were one of the few groups to make an impact with a large internal roster. Just like the Wu-Tang Clan before them.
Cormega left nothing on the table, when critiquing the state of rap music on his Mega Philosophy track “Industry.” Today, he invites fellow veteran MCs Inspectah Deck, Roc Marciano, Sadat X and Lord Jamar to offer varying perspectives on the “Deluxe Remix.”
Drake trolled just about everyone when a song called “Wu-Tang Forever” from his forthcoming new album, Nothing Was The Same, leaked onto the Internets. Considering the Wu is known for gritty raps, Drizzy’s love rhyme ditty didn’t correlate to what just about everyone expected thanks to its title. However, according to U-God, members of the […]
Last night, Drake had the Internets in a frenzy yet again after liberating “Wu-Tang Forever.” Less than 24 hours later, Wu-Tang Clan’s Inspectah Deck and Raekwon gave their thoughts on the young superstar’s track.
As one of the standouts of the Wu-Tang Clan, Ol’ Dirty Bastard helped form the mystique of the legendary rap collective with his aggressive yet zany rhyming style and image. Although his untimely death in 2004 shook fans and the Clan to the core, it has been confirmed that the “Brooklyn Zoo” rapper will appear […]