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Wu European Tour Dates update from RZA

News Stories - WuTang

Written by windwalker Monday, 26 July 2010 16:53

Jul 23 The Dome Rome IT
Jul 24 Splash Festival Graefenhainichen DE
Jul 25 Paradiso Amsterdam NL
Jul 26 Rockefeller Oslo NO
...Jul 27 Circus Helsinki FI
Jul 28 Glav Club St. Petersburg RU
Jul 29 Caviar Lounge Moscow RU
Jul 30 Lockerse Festival Lokerse, BE
Jul 30 Index Schuettorf DE
Jul 31 Diva Palace Wuerzburg DE
Aug 1 Academy Glasgow UK
Aug 3 Academy Manchester UK
Aug 4 Academy London UK

Check out live shyheim interview tonite

Interviews - Wu Familia

Written by windwalker Monday, 19 July 2010 15:24

check me live interview tonight
The Best Damn Rap Show
Monday 10pm-12pm (CET)- 9pm-11pm (GMT)
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Listen Live Link- http://www.rozhlas.cz/radiowave/live
   

RZA on Cap'n Crunch and keeping old school hip hop new.

Interviews - RZA

Written by windwalker Monday, 12 July 2010 20:25

   

Vibe.com Full Clip: Raekwon Discography Review/Interview

Interviews - Interviews

Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2012 10:26 Written by windwalker Wednesday, 07 July 2010 22:46

As Raekwon puts the finishing touches on his upcoming release Shaolin vs. wu-tang, we asked the lyrical Chef to break down the Staten Island crews’ catalogue as well as his own solo works. Protect your neck, indeed. —Keith Murphy

 


 

Enter The wu-tang (36 Chambers) (1993)

There was always something to prove. When you think of us coming out with our first album we represented Staten Island, which is a combination of every borough that just happened to be across the waters. But we were always the borough that wasn’t really spoken about. That’s why representation was an important thing for us. We wanted to let brothers know it’s real over here. We know how to get down on the mic and we have our own style. To tell you the truth, we didn’t think we were doing anything groundbreaking at that time. We only knew that we believed in ourselves. I remember there were radio stations fronting on [our first single] “Protect Ya Neck.” It didn’t fit their program at that time because it sounded like a loud interruption [laughs]. When you think of hip-hop you think of a culture that’s uncontrollable.

RZA had come with a musical chemistry that was good for us. But looking back, do you know how hard it was to get 9 brothers on a song? You would hear three or four MC’s and you would hear a posse cut here and there, but you were not hearing 9 MC’s throughout a whole album. We knew 36 Chambers was an experiment. But we already had it strategically mapped out. I made sure I was on the majority of the songs because I felt like this was the opportunity to express myself as an artist. You can hear it in my voice. I was thirsty. I felt like, “Oh, you haven’t heard shit yet. Wait til’ you hear our solo albums. You haven’t even heard Method Man’s album yet!” I was fighting for my dudes to win. It was about giving the next wu-tang Clan project value.

Only Built 4 Cuban Linx (1995)

Around this time, I was just really retiring from the streets. This is when I made the decision, “Yo, you are going to either do one or the other. Do you want to pursue this rap career or do you want to stay out here in the streets with a gun in your pocket?” All I knew how to write about was that kind of street shit because I was still half way in between it. I remember when me and RZA sat down to talk about the album, he knew where I wanted to go. I came to him with the idea about the Wu-Gambinos, which was my mindset at the time. With Cuban Linx, the Wu was going to turn into my version of the mafia. RZA knew that was my chamber. I loved that kind of cinematic, mafia street storytelling. I could not compare myself to a Method Man as far as the chamber he was in. He was the flow MC; captain hook; the energy booster. Ghostface and I were the visual MC’s. We became narrators of the street world. We knew we had a record like “C.R.E.A.M.” that took off huge for us. So I knew that was the direction I wanted to head into for my album.

We figured out a way to combine the karate skits of the first album to the whole mafia, killer drug shit. And Ghostface was the perfect MC to back me up. We had the same kind of elements. We were the more street type of dudes in the crew. We both go back to niggas wearing rings on each finger, rocking the cable ropes, and going to school with high top fades with half moon parts, and loving Polo. But we also knew what it felt like to be in front of store freezing putting in work. Ghost became my muscle man on Cuban Linx. That’s how it is in the streets. You have that one nigga that was good at executing; on some put-that-head-out!

Wu-Tang Forever (1997)

There were some huge egos on this album, but truthfully it had always been that way with the Wu since 36 Chambers. This was our second project as a group, so by then we had become stars. Everybody had to bring something to the table and with nine artists on one album there’s bound to be a lot of competition. We were looking at it like who is going to knockout who on the next verse. It was definitely a challenge, but RZA headed up the whole movement. He felt that the wu-tang could be a cult, not just a hip-hop group. He was really feeling like I’m leading a crew of MC’s, so everybody had to be catered to in a certain kind of way. When you hear songs like “Reunited” and you hear RZA, GZA and ODB attacking that one and then me and Ghost come on another joint and then Meth come in, you can hear our distinct styles.

I was happy with the album. It was a double album…very mean. This was also the same time when we were doing our first international tour, which was crazy. We were all from the projects. We had never been to places like Australia. We were in a lot of different cities outside the U.S. And the groupies came in all colors [laughs].

   

Unreleased wu-tang clan Mixtape. Download today

News Stories - WuTang

Written by windwalker Wednesday, 07 July 2010 22:09

 

Get it here:

 

DOWNLOAD: http://www.datpiff.com/DJ_Black_Hell_Pres_Wu_Tang_Clan_Wu_Tang_Clan_-_U.m91969.html

 

  • 1.Wu Tang Clan - Intro Wu Tang 2010
  • 2.Wu Tang Clan - Which Way Is Up (Unreleased)
  • 3.Wu Tang Clan - Nasty Imigrants (Unreleased)
  • 4.Wu Tang Clan - Its Murdah (Unreleased)
  • 5.Wu Tang Clan - Wu Tang (Unreleased)
  • 6.Wu Tang Clan - Your On (Unreleased)
  • 7.Wu Tang Clan - Takin Heads Off (Unreleased)
  • 8.Wu Tang Clan - I Get Down For My Crown (Unreleased)
  • 9.Wu Tang Clan - My War Ft.Nas (Unreleased)
  • 10.Wu Tang Clan - Common Denominator (Unreleased)
  • 11.Wu Tang Clan - After The Aughter (Unreleased)
  • 12.Raekwon - Wu Tang Still Rhyming (Unreleased)
  • 13.Raekwon - Treez (Unreleased)
  • 14.Raekwon - Prince Of Psalms (Unreleased)
  • 15.Raekwon - The Emblem Ft.Masta Killa (Unreleased)
  • 16.Raekwon - Wizdom Body (Original Version)
  • 17.Ghostface - Charlie Brown (Original Version)
  • 18.Ghostface - Flowers (Original Version)
  • 19.Ghostface - The Forest (Original Version)
  • 20.Ghostface - Wise (Original Version)
  • 21.Masta Killa - Lovespell (Original Version)
  • 22.Masta Killa - Silverbacks Ft.GZA (Original Version)
  • 23.Masta Killa - Throwback (Unreleased)
  • 24.Ol Dirty Bastard - Dirty (Unreleased)
  • 25.Ol Dirty Bastard - Dont U Know Pt.2 Ft.Buddha Monk (Unreleased)
  • 26.Ol Dirty Bastard - Reunited (Original Version)
  • 27.Killah Priest - Time Ft.Dreddy Kruger & Savoy (Unreleased)
  • 28.Killah Priest - People (Unreleased)
  • 29.Killah Priest - Genesis (Unreleased)
  • 30.RZA - Clan Members Only Ft.Masta Killa (Unreleased)
  • 31.RZA - Cash Rules Seeds Power U (Unreleased)
  • 32.RZA - Cash Rules Seeds Power U (Unreleased)
  • 33.Inspectah Deck - Femme Fatale (Demo Version)
  • 34.Inspectah Deck - Rap Burglars (Unreleased)
  • 35.Sunz Of Man - Lets All Agree (Unreleased)
  • 36.Sunz Of Man - Move Away (Unreleased)
  • 37.Dark Skinned Assassin - The Horror (Unreleased)
  • 38.Method Man - Box In Hand Ft.Ghostface,Streetlife (Unreleased)
  • 39.Timbo King - Flame Throwerz (Unreleased)
   

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