While songs like “Shake It Off,” “All About That Bass” and more rose to the top of the charts, these are the stories we were reading to accompany them.
Wu-Tang Clan have added their hat to the ring of artists commenting on recent protests in New York and Ferguson with their “A Better Tomorrow” video.
A tidbit of disinformation sent the internet into a tizzy that Skrillex had ponied up big money for the one-of-a-kind Wu Tang release.
“I am directing,” says RZA. “It’s the same, actually. It’s a wavelength…. But when you got a vision, it has to be lived out. And in order to live it out, sometimes it takes a script. And of course, there’s resistance.”
Never put the Wu in the corner.
Raekwon has a particularly evocative verse, describing his diamond-studded necklace as “oceanic” in depth.
It’ll come a week after Wu-Tang Clan’s new album ‘A Better Tomorrow.’
Each MC takes his turn dropping a verse — even the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard, a sample of whom opens up the track.
A Better Tomorrow is finally coming. For real. There’s an end date.
Finally. Wu-Tang Clan fans should be happy to hear that yes, A Better Tomorrow is coming out, and it’s sooner than anyone imagined.
A Better Tomorrow is due out later this year.
Who knows if Wu-Tang will be around forever, but for one night, all of the members were hanging out with Jon Stewart.
Chicago’s Riot Fest has announced the daily breakdown for their fest, taking place Sept. 12-14. Opening day on Friday will be anchored by Jane’s Addiction, Slayer, The Offspring, Gogol Bordello, Pussy Riot, and Rise Against.
It’s Thursday, which means that Raekwon is back with another throwback track as part of his #tbt series.
Recorded in Rick Rubin’s Shangri La Studio in Malibu, the song was debuted back in April of this year on ESPN show, Draft Academy.
“That was just my response to the demons. They were doing their best to get to me, but being alive solidified my thoughts…I’m alive, penis or no penis.”