RZA co-created the series, and Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa, and GZA will serve as consulting producers
ODB, a founding member of Wu-Tang Clan, died in 2004 from an accidental drug overdose.
The follow-up to 2016’s iiidrops mixtape features RZA, GZA, Knox Fortune, and more.
Plus, the Chicago rapper details his his forthcoming Quarterthing project.
Tom Morello announces new solo album, The Atlas Underground, featuring Killer Mike, Portugal. The Man, and more
Plus, hear two new songs: “We Don’t Need You” and “Battle Sirens”.
David Lynch announces Festival of Disruption 2018, with Mike Patton, Jeff Goldblum, Francis Ford Coppola
Plus: RZA, Sigur Rós, Carrie Brownstein, Grace Jones, and Barry Gifford.
“When [Shkreli] put it on eBay, the first thing I did was call my lawyer, and I was like, ‘Yo, let’s go.'”
An audio visual concert experience in which he scores the film live from beginning to end using Wu-Tang’s discography.
These beats and rhymes would give Freddy Krueger nightmares.
RZA, Ghostface Killah, Cappadonna, and Steven Latorre repped the Wu’s new album.
Seminal New York hip-hop group return with their first record in four years.
Love Beats Rhymes, directed by RZA and starring Azealia Banks, looks like a B-movie version of 8 Mile: Watch
Coming-of-age hip-hop film is out in December.