The story of one of Rap’s most memorable MC’s is about to be told. A&E has confirmed they are working on an Ol’ Dirty Bastard documentary.

The RZA has announced that he is working on an Ol' Dirty Bastard biopic.

The late Wu-Tang Clan swordsman's free-wheeling style made him a standout star among the sprawling New York collective.


Hip-Hop and R&B artist biopics are all the rage these days and it seems like the Wu-Tang Clan’s Ol’ Dirty Bastard (R.I.P.) is going to be the latest to have his life story told on the big screen.

Lil Wayne found himself running into a legal hurdle after attempting trademark the name “New Dirty Bastard” for branding and merchandising purposes. The estate of Ol’ Dirty Bastard believes the name infringes on the Wu-Tang Clan swordsman’s legacy and could damage upcoming marketing plans linked to the late rapper.

Soon folks will be singing hey Dirty baby I got your Crypto. Bitcoin started the wave and now cryptocurrencies are all the rage making early investors billionaires and millionaires overnight.

If you’re riding around this Saturday and you happen to see a bunch of people standing in line outside of that record store that you rarely go in, do not be alarmed, it’s not a “Going Out Of Business” sale, it is the eighth annual celebration of Record Store Day.

Ol’ Dirty Bastard is still very much missed after his untimely demise 11 years ago. The RZA came across some unreleased music from ODB in his studio and is sharing “Obey Me” with the masses. 

The good folks over at MTV and Genius are collaborating for a groovy never-before-seen interview series that will surely tap into the nostalgic hearts of all fans of so-called “real Hip-Hop.”

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Fans of the Wu-Tang Clan still uphold the legacy of the king-sized, zany character in the Ol’ Dirty Bastard. The estate of the late rapper has announced a new partnership that also includes the production of a reality show featuring the family of ODB, along with other related business moves.