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Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Wu-Tang Clan Inks New Deal


Downtown Music Publishing announced the signing of global publishing administration agreements with Wu-Tang Productions, and owners Robert “RZA” Diggs and Mitchell “Divine” Diggs, to represent the iconic hip-hop group’s interest in songs from its back catalog of classic albums, as well as select works co-written or produced by individual Wu-Tang Clan members for solo releases, affiliates and other artists. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The writers represented under the deals include co-founders Ghostface Killah, GZA, Inspectah Deck, Method Man, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Raekwon, RZA and U-God.

Saturday, October 17, 2020

The Wu-Tang Clan Has Opened A Surprise Pop-Up Shop In West Hollywood

 


The Wu-Tang Clan announced on their official social media channels that they’d be setting up in West Hollywood, California with a surprise pop-up shop that runs from today, Thursday, October 15th, until Sunday, October 18th. What will you find at the Wu-Tang pop-up? We have no clue at this point, but we’re expecting all sorts of limited-edition apparel drops, maybe a vinyl pressing or two, and, if we’re lucky, the black and yellow Wu-Tang Nike Air Force 1s.


Right now details on what is going down at the pop-up are scarce, few if any social media posts linked to the event exist right now, all we really know is that the shop has the operating hours of 11 am to 7 pm and we can assume you’ll need a mask to enter, per county regulations. The Wu-Tang Clan twitter account has been steadily posting images of Wu-Tang apparel so we’re assuming this is a mostly apparel-focused drop.

Monday, May 25, 2020

Name Your Favorite Track From Wu-Tang Clan


Do you have a favorite track from Wu-Tang Clan? If so, what is it?

Wu-Tang Clan is an American hip hop group and collective formed in the New York City borough of Staten Island in 1992, originally composed of rapper-producer RZA and rappers GZA, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God and Masta Killa.

Many say that the best rapper in Wu is easily Ghostface Killah, yeah Method Man had a great voice but he has 1 great solo project, ODB is one of a kind but to say that he is the best rapper in the group isn't true, he definitely had the most presence.

Sunday, October 11, 2020

RZA and GZA of Wu-Tang Talk 'The Game Of Life'


For as long as the two leaders of the Wu-Tang Clan have known each other, it still shocks GZA that he never played chess with RZA as a kid.


The pair are busy practicing this week for their Twitch debut on Saturday, where they will play and compete in a chess tournament hosted by Chess.com and Hennessy. It’s to benefit Black, Latinx and Asian small businesses struggling with the pandemic. GZA says he still remembers vividly to this day when his cousin taught his 9-year-old self how to play chess.


“I guess I remember it well because he had a black and red checkerboard, but the pieces were like clear plastic neon,” GZA tells The Washington Post in a video interview, who said he never forgot the lesson. “And they were weird colored, and they were caked in green. And he showed me the names of the pieces and how they moved.”

Sunday, August 23, 2020

Top 5 Stores To Purchase Wu-Tang Merchandise


Of course everyone know to go to the official Wu-Tang website to purchase clothing and face mask, but there are also other stores that sell there merchandise and sometimes at a lower cost. You can shop from online stores for all your Wu products using the links listed below.

The Wu-Tang Clan is an American hip hop group from Staten Island, New York City, formed in the 1990s. Member include; RZA , GZA, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Method Man, RRaekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Cappadonna.

Friday, July 3, 2020

The Story Of Wu-Tang Clan


In the summer of 1993, the Wu-Tang Clan emerged from the slums of Staten Island and took the hip-hop world by storm. Their legacy spanned over a decade, garnering fans worldwide and generating sales in excess of $50 million.

Back in the day, Method Man used to be a cleaner at the Statue of Liberty. The symbolism feels apt because the story of the Staten Island hip-hop collective is the American dream as it should be written.

Wu-Tang Clan is an American hip hop group and collective formed in the New York City borough of Staten Island in 1992, originally composed of rapper-producer RZA and rappers GZA, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, and Masta Killa.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Is Cappadonna Part Of WU Tang Or Not?


Most of you may not know who Cappadonna is! Cappadonna (also known as Cappachino) was a member of the early stages of what was to become the Wu-Tang Clan, with RZA, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Ghostface Killah, and Raekwon. However, Cappadonna went to prison and was replaced by Method Man.

Thursday, October 1, 2020

WWE Rejects Wu-Tangs Offer

 


WWE allowed plenty of Superstars to make their way to the ring with special music at WrestleMania. For some reason they rejected RZA from the Wu-Tang Clan’s offer to add new lyrics to Batista’s track for no charge.


The Animal jumped on Twitter and he told a very interesting story. This was in reply to a fan who didn’t like Saliva’s version of Batista’s song much.


Dave Bautista is a likeable guy, and he has some famous friends. RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan wanted to add his own spin to Batista’s WWE entrance music, but the company declined.


This might be a surprising story for some fans to hear. After all, we’re talking about the Wu-Tang Clan, but WWE rejected the idea and went their own direction.


CM Punk didn’t seem surprised by this story at all. He tweeted back saying: “Sounds about right.” At least we now know what could have been.

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Two Plead Guilty To Scam In Roc Nation, Wu-Tang Clan Case


Two men have pleaded guilty to a scheme in which they pretended to be affiliated with the legendary hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan and Jay-Z’s entertainment company Roc Nation in order to scam hotels and luxury limousine companies out of thousands of dollars worth of goods and services, the Department of Justice said this week.


According to the DoJ, Aaron Barnes-Burpo and Walker Washington both pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit wire fraud, a charge that could land both up to two decades in prison.


According to an Associated Press report from when the trial first began in February, Barnes-Burpo and Washington took advantage of hotels to the tune of more than $100,000, including some of the most luxurious hotels in the southern U.S.

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Vs. Wu Tang Clan


At the 1996 Def Jam Holiday Party, tensions between the two camps surged to a boiling point after Ghostface Killah confronted Wish Bone as he was walking through NYC club Mirage (now Terminal 5).

According to Cons, a confrontation between members of the Wu-Tang Clan and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony ignited a pretty serious brawl around the height of their fame.

At the time, the East Coast and West Coast feud was in full swing, and Ghostface apparently didn’t take too kindly to a rapper signed to Eazy-E’s Los Angeles-based Ruthless Records label hanging out at the NYC hot spot.

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Dave Chappelle Is No Fan Of Staten Island


One thing is clear from watching Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix special: He’s no fan of Staten Island.

In addition to calling the borough an “awful place, Chappelle said: " F– everybody on Staten Island except the Wu-Tang Clan" in the special, dubbed “8:46” that can be viewed on YouTube.

In addition to bashing Staten Island, Chappelle addresses rallies and issues surrounding the death of George Floyd, killings of African Americans and police brutality in the 27-minute show. He commended the youth for the demonstrations, and expressed his outrage over Floyd’s death.

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Wu-Tang Clan's New Collection To Benefit Ottawa Charities


Wu-Tang Clan have launched a brand-new hand sanitiser dubbed “Protect Ya Hands”, which is part of their new “A Better Tomorrow Collection”.

The new line of products will benefit the Ottowa Food Bank, Ottawa Mission and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario during the coronavirus pandemic.

For every hand sanitiser purchased, an additional bottle will be donated to The Ottawa Mission Foundation, along with other homeless shelters in Canada.

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

WU-TANG’S GHOSTFACE & LAZARUS "DECAPITATE THE COMPETITION"


 WU-TANG’S GHOSTFACE & LAZARUS "DECAPITATE THE COMPETITION" After dropping hits with Royce 5’9”, KXNG Crooked and D12, Detroit rapper Lazarus joins forces with the legendary Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan on the latest cut titled “Decapitation Chamber.” The song begins with an introduction from Public Enemy’s Chuck D who commends Lazarus for his Hip Hop achievements. The instrumental created by Rebel kicks in next and is followed by a vicious and dangerous hook sung by Lazarus & Ghostface Killah warning all emcees to protect their necks. Ghostface drops the first verse and immediately takes you back to the energy and vintage boom bap rap of “Enter the 36 Chambers.” He passes the mic to Lazarus which leads to 40 bars of perfect execution which are targeted at today’s mumble rappers and the current climate of Hip Hop. Lazarus goes above and beyond expectations to hold his own alongside the Wu-Tang legend. This song is sure to set the internet on fire. Make sure to check it out for yourself and let us know your thoughts.

Saturday, October 10, 2020

RZA Stops By The Kelly Clarkson Show

 


RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan stops by the show to talk about his most memorable music collaborations. RZA stops by the show to talk about his most memorable music collaborations, his new film "Cut Throat City," and teaming up with Good Humor to reinvent the classic ice cream jingle. He even blesses Kelly Clarkson with her very own Wu-Tang Clan name.

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

MTV Cribs With The Wu-Tang Clan


Here is another classic episode from MTV's Cribs. This time we take a look at members of Wu-Tang and the way the live.

Sunday, August 18, 2019

Ariano drops Short Film "Via Glidden" | @ArianoMusic


Southern California hip hop artist/producer Ariano presents “Via Glidden”, a short film directed by Gifted Glitch and executive produced by Ariano and Todd Walden. Visually and thematically, “Via Glidden” expands on the series of videos the team created for Ariano’s new F–k You, I Love You, Pay Me, Ariano’s album such as “When You Need Me” (watch), “Hard Times” (watch), “Do You Know My Name” (watch) and “No Avatar” (watch). Over his 20 years in the game Ariano has collaborated with Snoop Dogg (listen to “High Off The Fame”), Crooked I (listen to “Not Going Back”), Murs and KRS-One, and has several full-length releases under his belt including 2007’s Music2breakup2Sad Songs Make Me Happy and Love Is Not Lazy. Ariano has worked with Glasses Malone, members of Wu Tang Clan, The Visionaries, Ikey Owens of The Mars Volta and Jack White Band, KRS-One, DJ Khalil, Dudley Perkins, M.E.D., Evidence, Chali 2na and more.



Sunday, August 4, 2019

Ariano - "How Can I?" (Evidence Remix) | @ArianoMusic


Southern California hip hop artist/producer Ariano presents the Evidence remix of “How Can I?”, a single from F–k You, I Love You, Pay Me, Ariano’s new album out now on his Popular Nobody imprint. The Dilated Peoples’ beatsmith’s remix of “How Can I?” comes on the heels of videos for F–k You, I Love You, Pay Me previous singles “When You Need Me” (watch), “Hard Times” (watch), “Do You Know My Name” (watch) and “No Avatar” (watch). Over his 20 years in the game Ariano has collaborated with Snoop Dogg (listen to “High Off The Fame”), Crooked I (listen to “Not Going Back”), Murs and KRS-One, and has several full-length releases under his belt including 2007’s Music2breakup2Sad Songs Make Me Happy and Love Is Not Lazy. Ariano has worked with Glasses Malone, members of Wu Tang Clan, The Visionaries, Ikey Owens of The Mars Volta and Jack White Band, KRS-One, DJ Khalil, Dudley Perkins, M.E.D., Evidence, Chali 2na and more.


Monday, May 27, 2019

Ariano - "When You Need Me" video | @arianomusic


Southern California hip hop artist/producer Ariano presents the music video for “When You Need Me”, the new single from F–k You, I Love You, Pay Me, Ariano’s new album out now on his Popular Nobody imprint. The video was directed, edited and animated by Gifted Glitch and cinematography was handled by Jimmy Saras, as was Ariano’s video for the album’s previous singles “Hard Times” (watch), “Do You Know My Name” (watch) and “No Avatar” (watch). Over his 20 years in the game Ariano has collaborated with Snoop Dogg (listen to “High Off The Fame”), Crooked I (listen to “Not Going Back”), Murs and KRS-One, and has several full-length releases under his belt including 2007’s Music2breakup2Sad Songs Make Me Happy and Love Is Not Lazy. Ariano has worked with Glasses Malone, members of Wu Tang Clan, The Visionaries, Ikey Owens of The Mars Volta and Jack White Band, KRS-One, DJ Khalil, Dudley Perkins, M.E.D., Evidence, Chali 2na and more.



Sunday, April 28, 2019

Ariano - "Hard Times" (video) | @arianomusic


Southern California hip hop artist/producer Ariano presents the music video for “Hard Times”, the new single featuring Sage Price from F–k You, I Love You, Pay Me, Ariano’s new album out now on his Popular Nobody imprint. The video was directed, edited and animated by Gifted Glitch and cinematography was handled by Jimmy Saras, as was Ariano’s video for the album’s previous singles “Do You Know My Name” (watch) and “No Avatar” (watch). Over his 20 years in the game Ariano has collaborated with Snoop Dogg (listen to “High Off The Fame”), Crooked I (listen to “Not Going Back”), Murs and KRS-One, and has several full-length releases under his belt including 2007’s Music2breakup2Sad Songs Make Me Happy and Love Is Not Lazy. Ariano has worked with Glasses Malone, members of Wu-Tang Clan, The Visionaries, Ikey Owens of The Mars Volta and Jack White Band, KRS-One, DJ Khalil, Dudley Perkins, M.E.D., Evidence, Chali 2na and more.



Monday, April 8, 2019

SoCal's Ariano drops new video, "No Avatar"


Southern California hip hop artist/producer Ariano presents the music video for “No Avatar”, the new single featuring SoCal vocalist Josh Dominguez from F–k You, I Love You, Pay Me, his new album out now on Ariano’s Popular Nobody imprint. The video was directed, edited and animated by Gifted Glitch and cinematography was handled by Jimmy Saras, as was Ariano’s video for the album’s previous single “Do You Know My Name” (watch). Over his 20 years in the game Ariano has collaborated with Snoop Dogg (listen to “High Off The Fame”), Crooked I (listen to “Not Going Back”), Murs and KRS-One, and has several full-length releases under his belt including 2007’s Music2breakup2Sad Songs Make Me Happy and Love Is Not Lazy. Ariano has worked with Glasses Malone, members of Wu Tang Clan, The Visionaries, Ikey Owens of The Mars Volta and Jack White Band, KRS-One, DJ Khalil, Dudley Perkins, M.E.D., Evidence, Chali 2na and more.



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