The RZA was probably smoking to The Chronic when he drew up "Chrome Wheels."
At a recent lecture at the University of Toronto, GZA "Genius" of the Wu Tang Clan gave students a sneak preview of his upcoming cosmology-themed album "Dark Matter" by spitting some scientifically accurate rhymes about the Big Bang, the "fastest growing infant since the time of birth." Read more...
In celebration of the Wu Tang Clan's 20th anniversary, cake goddess Amirah Kassem presents a Wu-inspired line of confections called C.R.E.A.M.: Cake Rules Everything Around Me. The Wu-Tang Clan turns 20 this week, making us all feel like old, dirty bastards. Show More Summary
In honor of the 20th anniversary of Wu-Tang Clan’s Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)… 1. The VCR-quality recording of Shaolin and Wu Tang dialogue. 2. “Bring da motherfcking ruckus.” Great opening line, or greatest opening line? 3. Unless you count “Ghostface catch the blast of a hype verse” as the first verse, in which case, same question.
NEW YORK CITY...WELCOMES THE NEW MAYOR..DIBLASIO — Wu Tang Clan (@WuTangClan) November 6, 2013 Read more...
Perhaps more than any other single song, Wu Tang Clan's C.R.E.A.M. became essential in canonizing an obsession with materialism into hip-hop. So it seems appropriate that Raekwon takes on "Royals" for a remix.
I want to introduce people the way Method Man describes the Wu Tang Clan. "This is my girlfriend Alison. There's no father to her style."
Regis is wearing his Wu Tang shirt home. @Raekwon @GhostfaceKillah pic.twitter.com/3RnK23shey — Crowd Goes Wild (@CGW) October 22, 2013 Yesterday, on FS1's Crowd Goes Wild, two members of Wu-Tang Clan (Raekwon and Ghostface Killah) payed a visit to talk sports and WuTang with Regis Philbin. Show More Summary
Regis knows the Wu Tang Clan ain’t nothing to fawk with… Regis Philbin Hangs Out With Raekwon And Ghoseface Via Complex reports: Wu-Tang Clan ambassadors and frequent lyrical partners Ghostface Killah and Raekwon stopped by the Fox Sports talk show
U-God, from Wu Tang Clan, talks about the Illuminati and how the hip hop genre is “messed up” now.
Future Mayor Bill de Blasio has appeared a few times on hip-hop station Hot 97's Morning Show, from which he received a coveted endorsement undoubtedly responsible for his success. He returned earlier this week to discuss New York's most celebrated Hair, as well as his various name-changes. Show More Summary
The Wu Tang Clan once said “Protect ya neck,” but safeguarding your cranium from potential head injury is also advisable. One unfortunate Phillies fan was unable to escape harm when a home run ball flew into the stands and struck him...Show More Summary
Twerking is strictly grown-up behavior, according to Wu Tang Clan co-founder RZA, who feels that there should be an age requirement for such activity. Asked by TMZ about the craze sweeping the country, RZA says he's all for it, so long as kids "don't rush the childhood... Show More Summary
Children need rules. Wu-Tang is for the children. RZA Says There Should Be Age Restrictions On Twerking According to TMZ reports: Twerking is a grown-up activity … so says Wu Tang Clan co-founder RZA … who tells TMZ, there
Twerking is a grown-up activity... so says Wu Tang Clan co-founder RZA ... who tells TMZ, there should be an age requirement for booty shaking. RZA was leaving Katsuya with his family last night -- when we asked about the twerk trend taking…
One of the most outspoken members of the iconic Wu Tang Clan, Raekwon brought Vancouver a much needed dose of the wu. There was no better stage for this master lyricist and no better crowd then the fine folks at Fortune Soundclub. Unfortunately for anybody who made the long trek to Tennessee for this years [...]
Hide your kids, America, it looks like the Morning Joe crew is trying to start some beef with Wu Tang Clan. Onn Friday morning's Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski and company obviously forgot what Ol' Dirty said, and took severalShow More Summary
Unreleased Wu-Tang track! Execution in Autumn by Wu-Tang Clan
Well the mighty Wu-Tang Clan let there solo managers ruinthe 20th anniversary campaign. — Wu Tang Clan (@WuTangClan) April 30, 2013 We’re not sure what the above tweet portends, but it can’t be good, right? Read and comment. From thedailyswarm.com.
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: J Dilla, Wu Tang Clan, Madlib Song: De La Soul - Get Away (Ft. The Spirit of The Wu) [download here] What's so good? When I first heard Stakes Is High, I was in my first year in college, and that album blew my head wide open. Show More Summary