The artist RZA, from the group Wu Tang Clan, spoke out this week on the case of Eric Garner, telling Gawker he thinks every single officer who confronted Garner should have been indicted.
RZA, who wants you to go vegan, posted to his Facebook this afternoon:In enlightenment of what is going on in our country and around the world, Wu Tang Clan realize the voice of hip hop must be heard. Today...
Wu Tang Clan are releasing a portable speaker that is the only way to play tracks from their forthcoming album A Better Tomorrow.
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The Wu Tang Clan have announced that they’ve signed a deal with Warner Bros to release their new album, A Better Tomorrow. Revolt reports that the hip-hop group revealed the information earlier today in a press conference at the Warner Bros headquarters in Los Angeles. Earlier this week, RZA told Billboard that a limited edition [...]
Rocket-powered skateboarding. Sewer-surfing. Pleasant surprise at being bulletproof. This newest TMNT trailer features the Turtles doing a lot of ridiculous things, perhaps none so insane as making a flat-out Wu-Tang Clan reference. I... I think I may love this movie. Read more...
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by Michelle Markowitz Happy Friday morning! Fine, I guess we'll start things off with a slow jam from Wu Tang Clan member Raekwon. Here's his second track from his "Throwback Thursday" project called "Stop Tripping." [Vibe] 0 Comme...
The Statue of Freedom sitting atop the dome of the U.S. Capitol building in Washing D.C. has more alternate names than the obscure half of the Wu Tang Clan. Over the years, the names attributed to it have ranged from things like "Freedom Triumphant in War and Peace" to the far simpler, "Armed Freedom". Show More Summary
Hip-hop group Wu Tang Clan said in their 1993 iconic hit, "C.R.E.A.M.," that cash rules everything around us, and an Atlanta pastor preaching on the purpose of money and the problems with materialism believes they got it right.
Wu Tang Clan founder RZA was stopped by TMZ cameras in Manhattan yesterday. When asked about Andre Johnson - the rapper who cut off his penis during a suicide attempt - RZA clearly became anxious to end the conversation. RZA on Andre Johnson To his credit, RZA was polite when the topic first came up. Show More Summary
He probably wishes he was dead now… Doctors Unable To Reattach Severed Peen Of Wu-Tang Clan Rapper A rapper who is said to be a rapper affiliated with the Wu Tang Clan has reportedly attempted to take his life
Andre Johnson, a rapper with affiliations to the Wu Tang Clan, cut off his own penis early today before jumping off a North Hollywood building and attempting suicide. According to Los Angeles Police Sgt. William Mann (via CNN), Johnson...Show More Summary
Andre Johnson, best known within the industry as a rapper affiliated with the Wu-Tang Clan, is in the hospital after a disturbing incident early this morning. Click To Continue Reading
Wu Tang Affiliated Rapper Cuts Off His Gentials In Suicide Attempt Andre Johnson aka Andre Roxx,” who is said to be a rapper affiliated with the Wu Tang Clan, has reportedly attempted to take his life by chopping off his
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A recent Forbes article about Wu Tang Clan’s singular new album, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, resounded with the hyperbole of a thousand-boulder avalanche echoing into a ravine cut by the pouring waters of a million-year old river. Frankly,...Show More Summary
After several years spent recording in secret, The Wu Tang Clan is releasing a single copy of its latest album, The Wu – Once Upon A Time In Shaolin. The one-off piece of art will be housed in a heavily-detailed box of engraved silver and nickel, handcrafted in Morocco by the artist Yaya. We’re about [...]
The hip hop collective revealed they've secretly been working on an epic 31-track album for six years. But only one lucky - and wealthy - Wu Tang fan is going to own it.