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 […]
Following their phenomenal Summer Jam performance, the Hot 97 morning crew drops a brand new track from Wu-Tang Clan called “Family Reunion.”
With April 16th drawing near, the anticipation for Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge‘s Twelve Reasons to Die to release continues to heighten. Luckily for fans the duo has been gracious with song leaks, as we receive another preview from the project with “Murder Spree,” and its accompanying visual.
With Selling My Soul slated for a December 11th release, Masta Killa returns just in time with the follow-up single from his highly anticipated project, “Food.”
Wu-Block, the collaboration between Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah and D-Block’s Sheek Louch, sounds good on paper, and songs like these prove their blueprint had a solid musical foundation. Ghostface isn’t found on “Drivin Round,” but Sheek gets verbal assists from Masta Killa and GZA as well as Erykah Badu on the chorus.
Masta Killa has been one of Wu-Tang Clan’s most obscure members in recent years, and with good reason apparently. In his absence, the calm, cool and collected Killa has actually been slow roasting a third solo effort, titled Selling My Soul. “R U Listening,” the project’s first single, is a soulful jam capable of bringing a two-step out of […]
The best of The D-Block and the best of the Wu-Tang Clan are finally going to drop their Wu-Block album on November 27th. Courtesy of Amazon, the same place where you can preorder the album, you can now get a feel for the album with the release of the tracklist.
With the soundtrack for The Man With The Iron Fists just hitting stores, the legendary Wu-Tang Clan hit the stage of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Accompanied by the best house band on television, The Roots, they performed “The Six Directions Of Boxing,” on the late night show.