Raekwon & Ghostface KIllah- All About The Money Remix (Dirty)

Monday, August 21, 2017


Some racist clown in New York City really thought that Confederate flags were cool to put up on his apartment windows in Alphabet City on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. New Yorkers everywhere have been hella tight about this flag ever since photos started popping up on social media this week. Yesterday, a Wu-Tang fan and all-American hero told reporters that he was going to do something about it. And last night the NYPD arrested him breaking the window of the apartment on the corner of East 8th Street and Ave. D

Friday, August 18, 2017

"Make It Right" 47_AK Bootleg Ft Ghostface Killah

Flipping an archived Ghostface Killah verse and an obscure Rza beat, Halley Hiatt does everything she can to "Make It Right" for this bootleg from her mixtape "Heartbeats" - coming soon

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Method Man & Redman Dissing Kelis, Migos For Disrespecting Nas, Talking About Lil Wayne & Mumble Rap

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Monday, August 14, 2017


Legendary hip hop streetwear brand Wu Wear is officially being revived after a nearly 10-year hiatus.

The RZA and Oliver “Power” Grant announced in a press release today that they are partnering with Live Nation’s merchandise division to re-release the Wu-Tang Clan’s clothing brand.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

How Wyclef Jean Helped Turn Wu-Tang Clan Into Hits For Carlos Santana & DJ Khaled

The soothing finger-picking of a Spanish guitar is not something that’s immediately associated with the Wu-Tang Clan…

But Wyclef Jean revealed on a new episode of Drink Champs that he owes the composition of his iconic 1999 “Maria Maria” collab with Carlos Santana to an extremely unexpected source.

“In that whole record, did y’all hear the part that sounded like Wu-Tang Clan?” Wyclef asked the crowded room, although his audience didn’t know what he was talking about.

Grabbing his guitar to illustrate the exact writing process for the track, The Fugees legend showed N.O.R.E and DJ EFN how the opening riff came first, before the melody riff — which, once you hear it, is pure “Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing Ta F’ Wit.”

Of course, people are talking about “Maria Maria” again now that DJ Khaled has used part of it to make the beat for his latest mega-hit, “Wild Thoughts,” which features Rihanna and Bryson Tiller.

Check out the video below. Wyclef’s virtuoso moment stars around the 18-minute mark. Then go ahead and compare the tracks for yourself.

Friday, August 11, 2017

Method Man - Big Sky (Official Video)

Hell Razah x Ayatollah – “Blaxploitation: A Piece of the Action” (Album Stream + Download)

Wu-Tang Clan affiliate and ‘Sunz of Man’ legendary emcee, Hell Razah, has just released his new collaborative album with Ayatollah, titled ‘A Piece of the Action’; inspired by the 1970’s iconic action/comedy film, starring Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby. Stream and/or download the project below. Follow Hell Razah on Twitter. Found on DubCNN.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Mighty Mi Drops Club Banger "OG House" f/ Ghostface Killah

Mighty Mi currently rocks clubs in Las Vegas, so it makes perfect sense that he'd line up a new single to wreck the dance floor, but with a twist. "OG House" finds the veteran producer/DJ linking up with Ghostface Killah for a collab that will have you showing off your best footwork.

"This is the title track off of my OG House album," Mighty Mi told Complex. "The project blends the legendary lyricists I grew up on, with the uptempo dance music I spin now in Las Vegas at the Wynn. I haven't seen the two genres meshed properly since my High & Mighty days in the '90s. I felt like it was long overdue to combine golden era hip hop's sensibility with funky house music agility.

Check out "OG House" below along with a few remixes to put in rotation. You can purchase it on iTunes now via Play Action.

Masta Killa - OGs Told Me (Now You See Me Version)

Masta Killa made a last minute debut on a Rap classic: Wu-Tang Clan’s Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).What Heads may not realize is that was the Brooklyn, New York MC’s first rhyme and his first time in the studio. Having described himself as the “little brother” within the Clan, Jamel Irief is in fact, an O.G. He was a B-Boy since the 1980s when he grew up within an earshot of Big Daddy Kane, and experienced lunchroom battles at Jesse Owens High School P.S. 26 in BK. In the years since, he released a standout album in 2004’s No Said Date, rhymed on multiple Wu singles, and put in work with Public Enemy, Afu-Ra, and R.A. The Rugged Man. Long before he was a PETA-endorsed vegan, teenaged Killa was flipping Big Macs and Egg McMuffins at McD’s, alongside Jeru The Damaja. There is so much more to a story that was Made In Brooklyn.


Tuesday, August 8, 2017

O.D.B. Was One Of The First To Co-Sign Kanye As An MC. The Receipt Proves It (Audio)

In 2002, during an era where mainstream Hip-Hop appeared heavily saturated with gangsterism and hustler narratives, a preppy, middle-class, pink Polo shirt-rockin’ producer from the Chicago suburbs shocked the Rap game by signing to Jay-Z’s Roc-A-Fella Records at its pinnacle. While renowned for his distinctive, soulful production, Kanye West had a notoriously hard time being taken seriously as a rapper. Even his future “Big Brother” and longtime collaborator Jay was hesitant to give the artist his big break, worried that ‘Ye wouldn’t fit into the Roc’s roster. “We all grew up street guys who had to do whatever we had to do to get by,” Jay told Time in 2005. “Then there’s Kanye [West], who to my knowledge has never hustled a day in his life. I didn’t see how it could work.”