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Get Within The Solace Album By KDB and St Peter (with Daddy Rose, Solomon Child, Killah Priest)

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2012 09:31 Written by windwalker Friday, 02 December 2011 03:28

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KDB & St. Peter feat. Killah Priest - Sovereign Skies

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2012 09:52 Written by windwalker Wednesday, 16 November 2011 23:16

Within The Solace is a Collaborative concept album created by St Peter and KDB. KDB has been involved heavily within the Hip Hop scene for over a decade, reaching many feats such as JUNO Nominated Projects, Nationwide Tours and Regular Video Rotations on MUCH MUSIC. ST PETER Has been producing beats and sewing projects together for a few years with his Wu Tang afilliations, Building music for Hell Razah, Shabaaz The Disciple, Daddy Rose, Vendetta Kingz and many more; Not to fail mentioning his follow up project with Killah Priest.

This album has various features of Underground legends and has been anticipated by many outlets such as Kevin Nottingham, Dj Eclipse and Dj Premier. Within The Solace is a politically driven project with a spiritually motivated characteristic. The times of today trace the civil rights era on a worldwide scale, with broader issues; WITHIN THE SOLACE brings you into a space of understanding. The raw messages and poetic shadow boxing, is well conveyed over Soundtrack-like' production. If you love content, Musically composed instrumental and the Golden Era of Hip Hop, You will love to sit back and fall Within The Solace.

Album drops December 1st, 2011!


cnn picks C R E A M as one of top 100 songs of ALL time!!!

News Stories - WuTang

Written by windwalker Monday, 24 October 2011 18:40

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The wu-tang Clan’s improbable blend of kung-fu-movie mysticism and the paranoid apocalyptica of the Five Percent Nation gave them an unrivaled mystic appeal among teenage hip-hop fans. But the eschatology would have counted for naught if the WTC — inter alia Method Man, Raekwon and Ole Dirty Bastard — hadn’t been brilliant rappers, and if their leader and producer, RZA, hadn’t been a musical genius. That much is clear on C.R.E.A.M.,” off their legendary 1993 debut album Enter the wu-tang (36 Chambers): A moody string-and-piano sample from an obscure Charmels song loops like a nagging question. A pervasive sense of unease and gloom is an auteurial constant in RZA’s work. And on “C.R.E.A.M.” it provides the score for a true-crime confessional. “Cash rules everything around me,” the clansmen intone. If they weren’t making it selling records, like the song says, they’d be selling drugs and “sticking up white boys in ball courts.”

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World Gone Sour (The Lost Kids) - OFFICIAL VIDEO

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2012 10:49 Written by windwalker Wednesday, 19 October 2011 20:34

Check out Method Man's latest hit, "World Gone Sour (The Lost Kids). Official Video.

RZA Teases Unreleased ODB Material (MTV)

News Stories - RZA

Written by windwalker Wednesday, 13 July 2011 02:33

Wu-Tang Clan ain't nothin' ta eff wit, and neither are the RZA's beats. While in Berlin promoting his new headphone line, Chambers by RZA, the Wu producer told MTV News that he has given beats to a number of hip-hop artists, including Nas, Busta Rhymes and Ludacris, as well as his cousin and Wu-partner GZA for his Liquid Swords 2 album.



"Me and GZA talked about doing Liquid Swords part 2, a sequel. We talked about it for a while," RZA said about the follow-up to GZA's 1995 album. "We actually started a little bit and then we pulled back based on scheduling, based on my movie."

RZA's love affair with Hollywood is no secret. As an actor, Bobby Digital has appeared in "American Gangster" alongside Russell Crowe and has recently been cast in "G.I. Joe: Cobra Strikes." RZA has also been hard at work directing "The Man With the Iron Fists," a movie set in feudal China that will star Russell Crowe, Pam Grier and Lucy Liu.

"The movie has taken me out of the loop of music. But what I have been doing, I've been going to studios and inviting people to my studio. So I went to the studio with Luda and I emptied beats from my beat machine for him. Whether he use it or not is up to him, but I just been emptying out my beat machines," RZA said before revealing more of his collaborative hopefuls. "I emptied out some beats on Busta, I emptied out some beats on Nas, emptied out some beats for [Ghostface Killah] and for wu-tang Clan — just sent them 20 beats a few weeks ago."

Though he is very passionate about making movies at the moment, RZA knows music is what got him where he is today. "I really want to put a lot of my energy into film, but I know that I got here because of music and I know people dig my music. And I'm like, 'Why not put the music out there too?' "

Judging from his activity, it is a safe bet that fans can hear a lot of new RZA music in the near future, but anyone expecting to hear collaborations between the producer and his cousin, the late Ol' Dirty Bastard, shouldn't get their hopes up. While the Abbot does confirm that he has plenty of unreleased Ol' Dirty material, releasing those tunes would be quite difficult.

"That's a very tricky situation, because ODB has passed and he has an estate," he said. "When you got an estate, it's so much paperwork and red tape and legal stuff you gotta deal with. I tried to put out a song last year called 'Dirt's the Boogie,' and they threatened me with an injunction and I wrote the lyrics to the song. Made the beat, wrote the lyrics and Dirty just performed it."

Instead of holding onto the work, though, RZA is contemplating leaving the unheard recordings to Dirty's son when the time is right. "I will tell the fans, I do have a few 2-inch reels of material nobody has but me. I don't know what I'll do with it," he said. "Maybe in time I'll just give it to his son, I don't know."


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