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Joe Young performances on Friday (11.03.17) by The WordLife from the infamous MOBB DEEP (Havoc) is at Lakota Bristol see below photo and video’s performances off from Joe Young.See below More:

 

 

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DJ Marxsi Chops It Up With Joe Young

 

Right now are good times for Lovers of hip hop with substance. The Lox coming back with an album, J Cole declared War on every “wack” rapper in sight and the Wu Tang Clan has groomed a solider of their own. Over the last couple of years, the artist by the Name of Joe Young has learnt from what most would call one of the greatest rap crews of all time.

Taking notes, working on his craft, being mentored by Wu Tang Clan’s Cappadonna & Inspectah Deck and restructuring ‘Wu Wear’ with his partners in Germany, Joe’s mission is to re-establish the feeling according to him “we have all been missing” when listening to “real” hip hop. While the Clan is going through its own turmoil, trial and tribulations leaving fans in suspense for new music, Joe Young and Legendary Beatsmith ‘Dame Grease’ came together to build a piece of music that will stand the test of time. “Invincible Armour” is the outcome. The Album features the Wu Tang elite, Method Man, Raekwon, Cappadonna, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa & more.

 

 

This Album is a testimony of Celebration, bringing the sound back that made ‘Enter the 36 Chambers‘ & ‘Wu Tang Forever’ arguably the best albums the Clan put out.

 

During his stop in London after touring in Europe supporting Ghostface Killah, he sat down with our very own DJ Marxsi to talk about how he plans to take on the hip hop world in his own way and what makes him stand out from the rest.

 

 

Check him out on The Weekend Mix with DJ Marxsi on Saturday 21st October from 4-7pm

 

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RZA & Super Producer Mathematics Stop By The Comba...

 

On the eve of the release of the Wu’s latest album, RZA and super producer Mathematics stop by to discuss how the collective came together for the project, the origins of the WU symbol and living the vegan lifestyle.

 

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Follow the ways of the Wu! To celebrate the legacy and the heritage of these legendary poses, the Wu-Tang Clan and SNIPES come together in an exclusive collabo collection that is heavily inspired by the looks of 90s hip-hop. And that means: livin ‘large! The hoodies feature large logos and all over prints, while the reversible buffer jacket and the reversible vest provide cozy feelings. In addition, not only T-shirts and crewnecks celebrate their comeback, but also fitted caps with a straight screen. The drop is rounded off by the black Varsity Jacket, which takes you directly back to 1993. As a special reminiscence several parts of the collection respect the deceased ODB with lines from his song “Shimmy Shimmy Ya”.

 

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„Cash rules everything around me, C.R.E.A.M.

Get the money, dollar, dollar bill ya‘ll”

 

 

The legendary Method Man’s ripped lines have burnt out of the rough streets of Staten Island, New York in the memory of the global hip-hop culture. At the latest with them began 1993 a revolution: Nine MCs under the banner of the Wu-Tang clan and equipped with attacking martial arts lyrics as well as minimalistic hardcore beats redefined the concept of hip-hop crew. RZA, GZA, Ol ‘Dirty Bastard, Method Man, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Raekwon and Masta Killa have been stamping the hip-hop world since the release of the debut album “Enter the 36 Chambers” a world decorated with a large, unmistakable W The Tang Dynasty Wu-Tang is not only due to the fan base for Martial Arts films, but also the members as a messy analyst in their environment, who managed to do it with few A momentum and then a movement. Entrepreneurship à la Shaolin. The idea to establish the clan with the debut album as a driving force and the members subsequently as solo acts has known to work. The rest is history.

 

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Ghostface Killah Now Has Its Own Currency

 

The Hype surrounding the blockchain-based financing model Initial-Coin-Offering (ICO) is still continuing. Now also the US rapper Ghostface Killah with the co-founded company Cream Capital profit from it. The company intends to acquire $ 30 million through its ICO, scheduled for November 11, 2017. This is clear from a CNBC report.

Ghostface Killah also wants to join the illustrious squad of stars, who are already interested in the unmanageable business of the cryptanals: Paris Hilton or Jamie Foxx have already made headlines.

There is even a Kanye West-themed currency already exists. The online currencies are strong but at the same time very fast swaying, especially in the traditional financial markets.

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Interview With Wu-Tang Clan’s Masta Killa –...

 

Being a member of the most influential rap group of the past 20 years is like holding a passport for access to whatever interests you have: Acting suits Method Man, GZA has given lectures at MIT, and RZA has worked in Hollywood and cosigned Chipotle for a new ad campaign. Masta Killa, the last core member of Wu-Tang Clan to release a solo album, has more specific priorities, namely becoming the vegetarian hip-hop spokesman for PETA, and releasing his solo music independently—something he’s been doing for almost 15 years. Masta Killa has always valued health. If you look back at his first appearance with the Clan on the seminal hoodie-and-Timberlands anthem “Da Mystery of Chessboxin,” he spent his introductory bars warning of attacks to the immune system.

On the heels of his latest solo album Loyalty is Royaltyhis fourth solo record—Masta Killa remains an elegant writer shrouded in mystery. On the Nature Sounds released album, Masta Killa celebrates the courtship of beautiful women, passing wisdom down to the next generations, and the rudimentary beginnings of hip-hop in the 70s and 80s that led to his life of rhyming. I spoke with Masta Killa on being unburdened by industry demands, enjoying the freedom the Wu-Tang shield has given him, and how he survives in a rapidly changing business.

Zilla Rocca: You’ve been involved with a major label in Wu-Tang Clan through Loud Records and you’ve been with Nature Sounds, one of the longest-running independent hip-hop labels. What is freedom for you as an artist still after experiencing every level of the rap industry?

Masta Killa: Well I’ll tell you, brother, I’ve been very blessed to be in this industry even from day one. You know, I was caught up in a position where I was so blessed to be in a group to be able to learn. And I was also kind of being paid to learn. Even with the Loud situation, that pressure wasn’t directly on me as far as my freedom because all of those beginning albums, I was still learning and perfecting my craft. I was on [Enter The Wu-Tang] 36 Chambers but I was only on “Da Mystery of Chessboxin.” Do you know why? Because that’s the only rhyme that I had. That was the first rhyme that I ever wrote.

Zilla: How about that!

Masta Killa: Then came [Raekwon’s] Cuban Linx, [GZA’s] Liquid Swords, [Ghostface Killah’s] Iron Man, all of those albums that came, I was still learning the business, learning my craft with MC’ing. So I was in a position where I got to enjoy all the perks that came with being in that industry. I wasn’t actually signed to be contained to stop my creative flow of learning and growing. And that was a blessing to me.

 

 

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Masta Killa was the last of the original nine, which was recorded in the Wu-Tang, and the last clansman who dropped a solo album. Since then, he has also seen long distances between his projects. It may have lasted seven years for his new album Loyalty Is Royalty, to finally see the light of the day, but we have faith that the music is worth the wait. What Masta Killa of Childish Gambino thinks? and much more you can read below.

 

If I’m not mistaken, you announced Loyalty Is Royalty back in 2010. It’s been a long time coming but it seems like it’s gonna be a masterpiece. What took so long?

Sometimes you can’t rush perfection, brother. I’m my own worst critic, man. So, sometimes when I have something in the oven, it’s hard for me to let it go. I’m always re-sampling and taking another taste to make sure the dish is actually what it is supposed to be. We here now, Loyalty Is Royalty…it’s been a long time coming.

A lot of crews from the ’90s have fallen off, but Wu continues on strong. All of you do your own thing and also form Voltron on occasion too. How have y’all maintained through all the ups and downs?

As far as everybody forming that “W,” that takes dedication from each member. Mainly, it has to start from everyone wanting to do it. It can’t start from any other energy. As far as lyrical combat, as far as keeping that sword sharp, when you love the sport of MCing and the culture of it, where it comes from, and you think about all the greats that have ever touched that microphone, you always want to try to uphold that bar that inspired you at one time to do it. So, any time that I am going to say anything, or write a thought down, or record anything, I’m always doing it with the mind frame that anyone that ever inspired me could be listening, I want to make them proud that I’m a student of all of that. So, I don’t want to fall short of anything that once inspired me.

That connects to the single “OGs Told Me.” Lots of the younger generation are on some real “fuck those that came before us” shit. Speak on the meaning of the song.

For me, it’s always about supplying what’s missing. It’s about filling the void. I could bounce right into the wave of what’s moving right now. But to be unique and to go in and touch the lost art of what it really is, even to give a lesson on things that’s forgotten… How could you not pay homage to those that came before you? That’s like not paying homage to your parents. When it comes to the art form of certain things, it’s impossible for me to say that I’m the greatest MC if I never heard anyone that came before me. I could never say that because there is so many great ones that I have taken a page from their book. That record is just a dedication to let people know that I haven’t forgotten and I’m always appreciative of the lessons [from those] that came before me.

 

And the other guest on there, Moe Roc, is very closely associated with the Wu.

Most definitely. Moe Roc is definitely a dedicated solider for the Wu movement… for the hip hop movement. How the whole collaboration came together has to be credited to my brother Power. He actually put the whole song together. Shout outs to my man Dame Grease, [who] supplied the production on that.

 

Wu are known for your multiple aliases. From the kung-fu flick names, to the Gambinos, to the 5% titles. On this new album you got songs called “Noodles Pt. 1” and “Noodles Pt. 2.” Talk about bringing that alias back?

Those aliases are different chambers, different worlds. We all know the legendary classic Cuban Linx album where we all became the Gambinos. There is different mind frames you’re in when you are bringing this art to life. So, as far as “Noodles Pt. 1” and “Pt. 2,” it’s just a different chamber… but a classic one. I think Cuban Linx sparked a whole different wave of music. Sometimes you revisit those creative moments that gave people that view from a different angle. They never forgot that era, so to tap back into that, it’s undeniable.

 

 

Is there still unreleased Dirty material?

I’m pretty sure RZA has stuff on Ol’ Dirty that we’ve never heard. I remember I was in the studio with Busta Rhymes and he played me a monster joint with him and ODB. And that’s not even in my camp.

Let’s talk about Shkreli and Once Upon A Time In Shaolin for a second. Now, this MFer is selling this million dollar album on eBay. Do y’all have a unified stance about the situation?

Well, brother, I’ll be honest with you, this is the only project that I have ever been part of that I haven’t heard the project. I’ve never even heard what I’ve done on the project. And I know I have at least four verses. This project wasn’t presented to me as being a Once Upon A Time In Shaolin Wu-Tang Clan album. I got a call from a brother named Cilvarings and he told me he was making a mixtape and he needed a couple verses from me. Sure—no problem. So, I gave him a couple verses for his mixtape. Next thing I know, this turned out to be the Once Upon A Time In Shaolin Wu-Tang Clan secret album and it’s being sold as an art piece. I never had a problem going that route, but I didn’t know I was going to be involved in making a Wu-Tang Clan album, nor was I informed how it was going to be marketed or anything. Like I said, I still haven’t heard it. I have to be more careful giving out my verses to people because then they can come back and say, this is a Wu-Tang Clan album.

Seems like people really like to co-opt the Wu name.

That’s the strangest thing. It’s weird, if people can be amongst you, maybe hang out with you at the studio, or maybe even do a song with one of your brothers, then sometimes from that experience they think they’re part of the Clan. It’s crazy, man.

Many of Wu members have kids that rap now. There’s Ghost’s seed Sun God, ODB’s son Young Dirty Bastard, GZA’s son Young Justice, and U-God’s son iNTell, that I know of. Must be crazy to know these kids since they were babies and now they’re following in their fathers’ footsteps.

I love that. It’s like seeing yourself all over again. That’s the next generation that’s doing it. I want to do a song with all my nephews and my son, of course.

 

There’s a new Wu single and it has Redman on it. He’s also on Loyalty Is Royalty. In fact, he’s so associated with Wu, I feel like he is almost an honorary member.

I love Redman; that’s my brother. Out of the industry, when it comes to people who have worked with us that closely, that I would definitely consider family: Redman, Busta Rhymes, Nas, and also Snoop.

If you had to tell someone to check one verse on the album that represents where you are at right now, which would it be?

Interestingly, that verse didn’t even make the album. I was doing a song called “Flex With Me,” that’s actually my next single that I’m going to release, and I had two verses. The first verse I wrote was a great verse but I had to kinda change the verse because I had to make it mesh more with the song. So, if I had any verse that I wanted the world to hear, it’s actually the verse I took off the album. And the verse went:

“I be Allah in the person of Jamel Irief / I wanna spark a brain and shake up the world like Ali /I’m geniusly the greatest of all time / from one rhyme and one mic / I’m blessed to make the people unite / for one common cause / build homes in every ghetto with Persian carpet floors / touch every shore / heal every sore / perform world tours / bringing food, feeding the poor / in El Salvador / D.R. and Puerto Rico / let’s stop the raping of our women in the Congo / let’s stop the killing of our brothers in Chicago”

Sometimes, brother, a lot of things that I’ve written haven’t even made it to record yet. [Laughs] That’s just how creativity is. That’s how art is, I guess.

Masta Killa’s Top 5 Martial Arts Flicks

1. 5 Deadly Venoms

2. 8 Diagram Pole Fighter

3. Crippled Avengers

4. Chinese Super Ninjas

5. Executioners From Shaolin

 

 

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In 2015 the supposedly only copy of Wu-Tang Clan’a album “Once Upon A Time In Shaolin” was sold to Martin sold to Marlin Shkreli for 2 Million Dollars.Shkreli, who made his money in the pharmceutical industty and named the Ghost face Killah as “shithead”.It’s now e for 200,100.00 $ sale on Ebay.

The Description States:“At any time I may cancel this sale and I may even break this album in frustration. I will donate half of the sale proceeds to medical research. I am not selling to raise cash–my companies and I have record amounts of cash on hand. I hope someone with a bigger heart for music can be found for this one-of-a-kind piece and makes it available for the world to hear.”

 

 

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WU-TANG CLAN TOUR DATES 2017

The Tour Dates off Wu-Tang Clan 2017 check out below

 

9-3 Method Man & Redman: Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
9-6 Ghostface Killah: Nottingham, UK – Saltbox
9-7 Raekwon: Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
9-8 Raekwon: East Durham, NY – Blackthorne Resort (MeltAsia Music Festival)
9-10 Wu-Tang Clan: Rhode Island (Cannabis Cup)
9-13 Rza: Montreal, QC – Pop Montreal
9-13 Prince Paul: Brooklyn, NY – C’mon Everybody
9-15 Ghostface Killah: Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bowl
9-15 Prince Paul: Charlotte, NC – Snug Harbor
9-15 Method Man: Spokane, WA – The Knitting Factory
9-16 Wu-Tang Clan: Chicago, IL – Riot Fest
9-16 Raekwon: St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar and Hall (rescheduled for October 6)
9-16 Raekwon & Ghostface: Los Angeles, CA – Pershing Square (Paid Dues Festival)
9-16 Prince Paul: San Diego, CA – Space Bar
9-17 Ghostface Killah: New York, NY – Citi Field
9-21 Ghostface Killah: Glasgow, UK – SW3G
9-21 Rza: San Francisco: Asian Art Museum
9-22 Ghostface Killah: Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy
9-22 Raekwon: Little Rock, AR – The Rev Room
9-23 Raekwon: Tulsa, OK – The Vanguards
9-24 Ghostface Killah: Clapham, UK – The Clapham Grand
9-24 Raekwon: Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey
9-25 Ghostface Killah & Joe Young: Ljubljana, Slovenia – Kino Šiška (Centre for Urban Culture)
9-25 Raekwon: Austin, TX – Antone’sX
9-26 Raekwon: San Antonio, TX – The Korova
9-29 Ghostface Killah: Dublin, Ireland – Button Factory
9-30 Prince Paul: Atlanta, GA – MJQ Concourse
10-6 Stetsasonic: New York, NY – Blue Note Jazz Club
10-6 Raekwon: St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar & Hall
10-7 Stetsasonic: New York, NY – Blue Note Jazz Club
10-7 Raekwon: Los Angeles, CA – Globe Theatre
10-8 Ghostface Killah: Atlanta, GA – Georgia Freight Depot (A3C Festival)
10-19 Ghostface Killah: Detroit, MI – El Club
10-20 Ghostface Killah: Grand Rapids, MI – Pyramid Scheme
10-21 Inspectah Deck: Virginia Beach, VA – Shaka’s Live
10-21 Ghostfae Killah: Chicago, IL – Navy Pier
10-22 Ghostface Killah: Cleveland Heights, OH – Grog Shop
11-8 Banks and Steelz: Mexico City, Mexico – Corona Capital
11-11 Gza/Genius: Auckland, NZ – The Studio
11-12 Gza/Genius: Wellington, NZ – San Fran
11-15 Gza/Genius: Adelaide, Australia – Fowler’s Live
11-16 Gza/Genius: Fortitude Valley, Australia – Wooly Mammouth
11-17 Gza/Genius: Camperdown, Australia – Manning Bar
11-18 Gza/Genius: Melbourne, Australia – Max Watt’s
11-19 Gza/Genius: Perth, Australia – Rosemount Hotel
12- Wu-Tang Clan: Miami, FL – Historic Key Beach Park (OFF Weekend Music Festival)

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Russell Jones aka Ol ‘Dirty Bastard; Rapper and one of the three group founders. Was also very successful as a solo rapper, died 2004 of a heart attack, caused by an overdose of cocaine and tramadol. Also featured as Dirt Dog, Dirt McGirt, Big Baby Jesus, Unique Ason, Cyrus, Joe Bananas, Jesus, BZA, and Osirus.

The 13 year of the dead post Wuwear today a rip post on Facebook of the rapper Ol’ Dirty Bastard  and group founder in thought to him.Facebook post “RIP ODB – The Saga Continues #Wutangclan #Wuwear“. He died in New York on 13 November 2004.

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