In the continuing saga of RZA vs. Raekwon, the former has given the latter an ultimatum: get on board with Wu-Tang Clan’s new album, or said album is not coming out.
“I’m gonna clear one thing up. In the newest article in Rolling Stone Raekwon says that I’m a boldface liar, which I’m far from,” RZA asserts. “I don’t need to lie. I’m a grown man. I’ve got children. I only have one rule in my house, ‘Don’t lie to me.’”
It is being reported that Bearer was under the influence of PCP or Angel Dust when the mutilation happened.
“I feel sad for his family first and foremost; I know he has children,” RZA said.
You might not want to enter the fury of the Wu fans.
The Los Angeles-based rapper who cut off his penis and leaped off a two-story balcony in what police are calling an apparent suicide attempt? Not affiliated with the Wu-Tang Clan.
The rapper pulls no punches when it comes to the current state of the Wu-Tang, but he says it’s all because he’s looking out for the group’s fans as well as its legacy.
Christ Bearer is part of Wu-Tang-affiliated hip hop duo Northstar.
The new song could be off his upcoming studio album, purportedly scheduled for a May release.
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“The main theme is music being accepted and respected as art and being treated as such. If something is rare, it’s rare. You cannot get another.”
Scarcity caused species to die out and economic systems to crumble. And, according to an interview with RZA, now the Wu hope it will cause the music industry to self-destruct so that art can be reborn.
Everything is not right with the Wu.
On the DJ Mathematics-produced track Method Man shouts out Kanye and Frankenstein’s right-hand man, Igor, while Nathaniel takes care of the hook, making it clear you’ve entered the Wu, where cops are completely unnecessary.
A rap trope finally gets the supercut it deserves.
Thanks to Sugar Factory Films, fans finally have a chance to see this lost clip. The real question now is, was it really worth the wait?
“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.”
Wu-Tang fans ain’t nothing to f*** with.