During a recent interview [mp3com-artist]Method Man [/mp3com-artist]and [mp3com-artist]U God[/mp3com-artist] had a chance to reminisce about the [mp3com-artist]Wu-Tang Clan[/mp3com-artist] era and [mp3com-artist]Ol’ Dirty Bastard[/mp3com-artist]. They shed light on the term “change the game” which has become preety cliche’ in hiphop.
According to HiphopDX.com:
Some younger or more casual Hip Hop fans may easily forget just how influential the Wu-Tang Clan was since it’s been nearly 17 years since their debut. Yet, during a previously unreleased interview with Tim Westwood, both U-God and Method Man took it upon themselves to remind listeners about how they helped bring hardcore, sample-based, Hip Hop that focused on lyrics back to the forefront during their peak.
“Let’s be clear with the audience out here…first of all, when brothers say ‘change the game’ they use it in a way that’s so cliché, you don’t exactly know what they’re talking about,” Method Man said. “We came in as a unit with the option to sign deals as solo artists. And we had labels who never talked to each other actually working together. That’s how you change the game.”
I’m sure the whole Wu-Tang Clan have many episodes and stories and crazy antics that happened from the studio to the stage during their era of hiphop. The one about ODB? Is very funny!