Wu-Tang Clan’s 10th Official member Cappadonna renaissance continues. Last year he got down with his Wu-Tang comrades on RZA’s “The Man With The Iron Fists” OST on the Wu-Tang Clan reunion track “Six Directions Of Boxing” and with his appearance on the Wu-Tang Clan & D-Block project “Wu-Block”. Above is “Pull Your Life Together” off his upcoming album forthcoming double-CD, ‘Eyrth, Wynd & Fyre,’ which will be released on 2-26-2013 on RBC Records.
I really like that Cappadonna mentions that he doesn’t tip at the strip club while feeling empathy for a stripper.
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40. Ghetto Brothers – Power Fuerza
Ghetto Brothers’ Power Fuerza is a record created in 1971 by a South Bronx gang that turned into a band. This storied record was reissued this year. You know the Hip Hop story that turns the Warriors into Wild Style?
Something like that.
I think that BARACK OBAMA should have these dudes reform for his inauguration to promote Peace, Love ,Unity and Having Fun.
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If you want to start your Holiday weekend feeling enlightened I suggest listening to the RZA talk Hurricane Sandy, the Man With The Iron Fists, spiritual insight,Wu’s crime Background, his favorite Wu-Tang album, NGE and Obama with Peter Rosenberg & Cipha Sounds ond the Juan Epstein Show. And there is a good Big Boi interview also.
MP3: Ol Dirty Bastard, Buddha Monk, 12 OClock – Freestyle (DJ Stretch Armstrong) 95.
The rap internet is remembering Wu-Tang’s Ol Dirty Bastard today who died on November 13th, 2004. Above is a freestyle from ODB, Buddha Monk, and 12 O’clock from the Stretch Armstrong Show in 1995 that I found though mediafire and googling. If this is from your site leave a comment and I will put the proper link. ODB doesn’t actually rap until about 6:45 minutes in but it is raw and worth it.
Egotrip’s Post About ODB Tribute Murals (image above stolen from)
Up North Trip’s Must See ODB Video’s
XXL’s Most Awesome ODB Moments
Harmony Korine Tells A Story About ODB
O-Gee has long been one of Columbus’ best parties by playing Old School Hip Hop classics to a stylish crowd of party people. This Saturday Milk Bar’s DC Kareem, and Shoe Repertoire’s DJ Patrick along with Get Right’s DJ Detox are aiming to help you celebrate Halloween perfectly. Yessir! O-Gee is throwing a Thriller Themed Halloween party.
Thriller Edition Oct 27th at madrid
185 North High Street
DJ Patrick with Special Guest DJ Detox
Party starts at 11:00pm
Last month, when Johnny Cashola dropped the Wu-Tang classic Truimph it was a perfect moment. Obviously Wu-Tang is in the air with Rza’s movie the Man With the Iron Fists bringing high levels of excitement and nostalgia.
Similarly, Thriller on Halloween weekend? What could be better? For more info hit up the O-Gee facebook invite.
Some details just released about The Quentin Taratino presented RZA film The Man With the Iron Fists’ soundtrack included some interesting collabs like RZA/Black Keys , Rza/Flatbush Zombies, Pusha T/Raekwon, Ghostface/MOP/Pharoah Monche, as well as a Kanye West solo joint. The soundtrack will be in stores 10/23 and the movie will be in theatres 11/2.
Information about the film’s actual score from the press release:
RZA recently discussed the making of the film’s unique score at Comic-Con 2012, explaining: “We went and got some of The Wu-Tang original songs…we took out a lot of stuff that was in it, and we re-orchestrated it.” “STAX also came on board to help us out, and they gave me about 10 of their famous STAX cues, songs from William Bell, from Isaac Hayes, from Mable John.” “So you’re going to have a great time listening to this movie as a soundtrack.” RZA chose to launch the soundtrack and score albums via his latest music industry venture, Soul Temple Records. Soul Temple releases will reflect independence, authenticity and artistry, engaging all elements of the creative community.
full Soundtrack tracklisting after the jump
From a press release:
The PAID DUES INDEPENDENT HIP HOP FESTIVAL–presented by MURS (Living Legends) in association with Guerilla Union (Rock The Bells, Cypress Hill SmokeOut)–returns to Southern California for its seventh installment on Saturday, April 7, 2011 to the NOS Events Center as an all-day, all-ages event with multiple stages highlighting the most eminent and flourishing independent artists in hip hop. Set to headline this year’s festival is Staten Island’s legendary hip hop crew Wu-Tang Clan and Los Angeles’ 2011 breakthrough collective Odd Future. Additional artists performing over three stages will be announced shortly.
photo courtesy of Sophia Chang
MP3: GZA’s Lecture at Harvard (via the Crypt)
As reported last week, the Gza met with M.I.T Scientists and lectured the Black Men’s Forum at Harvard to gain inspiration for his upcoming album. You are probably as curious as I…How did it go? According to the Gza’s publicist:
GZA talked about childhood influences like nursery rhymes, The Last Poets, kung fu movies, particularly Bruce Lee. He also discussed a broad range of inspirations: “the unique complex design of a spiderweb”; sports, though he’s not a fan, led him to write “Queen’s Gambit” in which he uses the names of many football teams; television forensics shows opened the door to “Exploitation of a MIstake.” To the delight of the audience, GZA cited rhymes from the aforementioned songs as well as a couple others.
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Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA also calls himself the Genius. No one ever questions that. Put Liquid Swords on around me, and I will break down a zillion insights one can get from that album. Even when joking, the WU-Chappelle Show Skit about diversifing one’s options kinda was well, genius. And is there any question what the best scene in Coffee & Cigarettes is?
Well, the Genius is preparing to visit Cambridge, Mass to drop jewels and build with some of the brightest minds on the planet earth while gearing up for a new album in 2012.
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The Red Bull Music Academy in New York is doing a 5 day symposium on 5 Classic albums from the 5 Boroughs from September 25-30th..
Wu-Tang Clan’s 36 Chambers,, Dipset ‘s Diplomatic Immunity, Black Moon’s Enta the Stage, Slick Rick’s The Great Adventures of Slick Rick and Mobb Deep’s the Infamous are the 5 Classics….wow. For more info visit the Red Bull Music Academy’s site.