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.
Good news has arrived for Ol’ Dirty Bastard and Wu-Tang Fans alike.
Even after his passing there is controversy surrounding Ol’ Dirty Bastard‘s name. A new documentary titled Dirty: Platinum Edition was to be screened last Friday (November 15) but was stopped by a cease and desist letter from ODB’s widow Icelene Jones.
While it’s been an amazing time celebrating the 20th anniversary of Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), November also brings up somber memories for the Wu-Tang Clan as nine years ago Ol’ Dirty Bastard passed away unexpectedly. Thankfully his spirit lives on through a very memorable legacy.
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 […]
While club anthems and swag music continue to dominate the airwaves, lyrics remain the foundation to any one picking up the microphone. Even with the acclaim that comes from spitting a strong verse, there are some rappers that have chosen to have others do the writing for them.
It’s been over a year since the late, great 2Pac Shakur made his return to stage in hologram form at Coachella 2012. That moment influenced others to reimagine deceased legends at Rock The Bells, which kicked off Saturday, September 7 in San Bernardino, Calif.
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In the nearly nine years since the unfortunate passing of Wu-Tang Clan star Ol’ Dirty Bastard, his bizarre image, rhyme schemes and accompanying lifestyle lives on in infamy. With the announcement that the RZA is digging in the vaults to unearth some ODB verses for the upcoming A Better Tomorrow album, fans around the world […]
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 […]
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.