“To us, [the album] felt like a summer in New York: the johnny pump, the dollar slices of pizza, the Italian ices. There’s nothing that tastes, looks, feels, smells like a New York summer anymore.”
Drake’s new track “Wu-Tang Forever” isn’t really about his love for the Wu. Instead it’s about his love affair with a woman who’s already taken.
Braving massive crowds is no longer necessary to see the bands at Bonnaroo. The sold-out festival will stream a number of big sets live though out the weekend via UStream. The Bonnaroo webcast includes a […]
We talked to Rock The Bells’ founder about what to expect from the ODB and Eazy-E holograms – ahem, “virtual performances” – that were just announced yesterday.
For all of your buzz bands, superstar DJs, European sensations and celebrity sightings, it was two American musical institutions – the Wu-Tang Clan, representing Staten Island, New York, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers from […]
Ahead of the crew’s Coachella performance this weekend, Radio.com delved into Wu lore for this episode of Radio.com Essentials, tapping various members and experts to sound off. See above video. “When I first saw the Wu-Tang […]
November 2013 will mark twenty years since the release of Wu-Tang Clan’s debut album Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). While the chatter of a reunion is humming louder than a swarm of killer bees, Cappadonna recently cut […]
In a genre where groups of any kind are sparse, one of rap music’s longest running and most influential, Wu-Tang Clan, is back at it with a new album titled Legendary Weapons. Set for release […]
The 25th SXSW Music is bringing together acts from throughout its history, and whilst the conference is renowned for guitar-based music, there are also some hip hop heavyweights descending on Austin this year. Two of […]
Each week our friends at Street Date bring us reviews on the hottest album debuts. Come back each week for the down low on the hottest hits. A little to the left… a bit more […]