U-God called his lawyers, again. The Staten Island rapper is suing the Wu-Tang Clan for millions of dollars he believes he is old for royalties and merchandise sales.
Attention Raekwon and Ghostface Killah fans, your dreams have been fulfilled, again. The Wu-Tang Clan lyricists are embarking on the Rae And Ghost United (RAGU) Tour this summer.
The Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA and Interpol’s Paul Banks have formed a group called Banks & Steelz. The newly minted duo just dropped a new cut called “Love and War,” featuring a guest verse from Ghostface Killah.
The son of Ol’ Dirty Bastard says he witnessed his father doing drugs hours before the Wu-Tang Clan member passed way in 2004. In an interview with VLAD TV ODB Jr. talks about the final day of his father’s life.
How serious are Wu-Tang Clan fans about the fate of group’s one-of-a-kind album in lieu of owner Martin Shkreli’s arrest for securities fraud? Enough that the FBI issued a statement updating everyone on Once Upon A Time In Shaolin’s whereabouts.
Since debuting in 1993, Wu-Tang Clan has not only become one of Hip-Hop’s most beloved groups, but they’ve stockpiled quite a few acting credits. We all know the obvious stuff like RZA in Californication or Method Man as Cheese from The Wire.
Wu-Tang Clan top boss RZA is becoming a fixture on the big screen just as he has in the world of Hip-Hop. The Abbot will take his acting chops to the set of a film that takes a look behind the scenes of the life of legendary adult film actress, Vanessa Del Rio.
Wu-Tang Clan drop a video for their new album’s title track, “A Better Tomorrow” that utilizes footage from recent nationwide protests after the failed indictments of the killers of Mike Brown and Eric Garner.
We kind of feel a ways that Ghostface Killah decided to drop an LP so close to Wu-Tang Clan’s new album, but songs like this one make you forget such issues. That would be “The Battlefield,” featuring Kool. G. Rap, AZ and Tre Williams.
We’re about to get a double dose of Wu-Tang Clan this year. Today (Nov. 11), Ghostface Killah announced that he will be dropping a new album titled 36 Chambers on Dec. 9 via Salvation/Tommy Boy Records.
While RZA, as well as Master Killa and U-God, were playing A Better Tomorrow at Quad Studios in NYC last night (Nov. 3), their new single, “Ruckus In B Minor” was premiering on the radio (Hot 97) and online.
The Wu-Tang Clan has a new record deal. The Staten Island group’s forthcoming album, A Better Tomorrow, will be released via Warner Bros. Records.