Posts Tagged ‘ wu-tang ’

Wu-Tang Clan’s Ol’ Dirty Bastard Returns With A “Message To The Other Side (Osirus Part 1)”

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

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“Message to the Other Side – Osiris Part 1” features 21 tracks, is executive produced by Allah and features Wu Tang Clan’s ODB, The RZA, Method Man, Masta Killa, along with affiliates 4th Disciple, Brooklyn Zu, Allah, Free Murder and others. This record has the support of Dirty’s family and the entire Wu-Tang Clan, as a bonus there is a 20 minute DVD excerpt of the soon to be released film “Dirty,” a Rapumentary about ODB.


Album Review: Raekwon The Chef – Only Built for Cuban Linx II

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Written by NailzBuck50

I know I know we are late as hell on this one. But now that I sit back and really think about it maybe not so late. Raekwon gave hova a run on I-tunes in the first week of sales but hova of course being the popular rapper went on to do what he always does every time he drops an album. Not taking away any credit from the Chef for those hip-hop fans who have not copped the album were going to give you several reasons why we rated his album as a classic.


Pics Of Raekwon’s Album Release Party

Thursday, September 10th, 2009


Rapper Raekwon had his album release party the then night before last and everybody and their mama came out to support the legendary Wu-Tang champ. Check out to see who all attended the party as bananas.


RaeKwon-Only Built 4 Cuban Linx PT. II Available Now!!

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009


Return of the Purple Tape!!! Make sure you cop Shaolin’s finest hip hop album, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx PT. II is now available! Check out the tracklist that has everyone talking!! Support real HIP HOP!


Ghostface Killah Says No More Beef With 50 Cent

Monday, September 7th, 2009

Don’t you just love it when hip-hop can show a true example of what not to do? Ghostface Killah has decided to end his long rap fued with 50cent when he appeared on


Iron Chef: Raekwon

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

In 1995 Raekwon the Chef was just one man in a crew of goons from Staten Island called Wu-Tang Clan. Though he stood out when he got the chance on the groups classic debut album, “Enter the 36 Chambers” he wasn’t considered the hands down star of the group. That honor was placed on the crews designated front man, Method Man.


Raekwon “House Of Flying Daggers”

Monday, August 3rd, 2009

f. Inspectah Deck, GZA, Ghostface Killah, Method Man (prod. by J Dilla) – Cuban Linx 2 – Sept. 8!
For all you wu-tang fans guess whose back? I’m actually glad these brothas decided to come back and it looks like they never fell off. With the new joint from Raekwon, Ft. all of his Wu brothers, the song gives you the feel of the Wu from 95.


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