The name says it all. It’s Wu-Tang. It’s Fugazi. It’s Wugazi. It’s freaking awesome is what it is.
The sights are good and the sounds are even better in these live concert films featuring Eric Clapton (and friends), Jimmy Cliff, KISS, Wu-Tang Clan and ZZ Top, available for immediate rocking out on Netflix.
This documentary traces ODB’s life from his childhood in Brooklyn to his eternal influence on music. Exclusive interviews with Wu-Tang members and family bring to light his struggles with addiction, time in a mental prison and his death just two days before his 36th birthday.
I bet you’re already aware that the Wu-Tang Clan were fans of old kung fu movies. Here are the actual clips from the films they sampled.
The Chef is back. Raekwon drops a video for the title track from his new album due out in March. As to be expected with anything from the Wu: lots of ninjas, kung fu, and stabbing going on here.
Download “Check Ya Footnotes” from Sunny Day Entertainment and hear your favorite hip-hop tracks mixed with the original tunes they reference.
It’s the fight you’ve been all been waiting for: Ryu versus Method Man, RZA, GZA, and ODB.
Ever since dropping Only Built 4 Cuban Linx v2, the Wu-Tang member known as Raekwon has been curiously silent. That silence ends now – the Chef just dropped a new mixtape, “Cocainism Vol 2″.