Wu-Tang Clan’s General Ghostface Killah helps kick off Berlin tech fair (Video)


Robotic arms, powered gloves and a new currency  – they’re all part of day one of the Cube Tech Fair in Berlin. The annual event aims to bring tech startup companies together with large corporations. STORYLINE This is the Pro Glove, made by the Munich based company with the same name. It might seem like a simple idea. The company has made a glove that incorporates a QR code scanner that can be triggered by the push of the fingers – allowing workers to keep their hands free but at the same time be able to scan codes faster. It could be used in supermarkets of course, but the device is mostly made for industrial use. In large factories assembly workers might need to scan codes on parts up to 1000 times per day. Pro Glove says each scan is four seconds faster with their gloves, saving a lot of time each day. The Pro Glove is a perfect example of what is shown at the Cube Tech Fair in the German capital Berlin. The whole idea is to bring new, hungry, startup companies together with large corporations. “Cube Tech Fair is all about being a guide,” says CEO Torsten Oelke. “A guide for corporates who want to meet the right technology partners. But also for startups to meet the right people at the corporates to do business with.” But there was also some star power on the first day of the show. Rapper Dennis Coles, better known Ghostface Killah in the rap group Wu-Tang Clan came to the fair to speak about ‘Cream’ a cryptocurrency he is about to launch worldwide. “I’m going to let them know that we can become our own bank here,” he says. “You can oversee your own money. You can look and see, you can take out and put in whatever you want to do. It is like, you are your own boss of which you are dealing with.” The best-known cryptocurrency is currently Bitcoin but there are hundreds other like Ether, Litecoin and MIOTA. The Cream currency will be tied to a venture called Cream Capital, also founded by Coles. However, Coles did not offer details on how ‘Cream’ would differ from other cryptocurrencies and what focus Cream Capital would have. “We are looking at this for the future,” he says. “I know that it has to grow legs and it takes time to walk and grow in to these things like that. But from my understanding, you know it has ups and downs but at the end of the day we are just looking for that gold.” According to Oelke, digitalisation has led to an explosion in innovation that could change any part of industry and society. “We are at a tipping point where we will get change that we couldn’t have imagined just a couple of years ago.” “I mean, take the automotive industry, right. If you would have asked the guys there they need an electric vehicle, right, they would have laughed at you. Because they think ‘our motor will stay in place forever’. And then it turns out, within years, that people are laughing at that idea.” One company that is hoping to find a space in the mobility sector is Munich-based Bleenco. The company has developed an image recognition system that can tell the mood of a driver. The idea is to connect the system to the in-car assistants to help the car avoid accidents. “The system should understand how a driver behaves. And understand his interaction with the car,” says Irman Abdic, founder of Bleenco. Another company working with image analysing is LuxFlux. The company is creating software for Hyperspectral cameras. “This one here has around 300 colours,” says Jan Makowski,

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The Year 2018 marks a special year for the Wu-Tang Clan, as not only is it the 25th anniversary of their debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), but they will also be releasing a brand new album together as a group.


According to an interview with Billboard, the recording for the new album is currently underway, with an unexpected twist. Rather than having RZA pilot the ship, as is tradition for a Wu-Tang album, Ghostface Killah will be the one to decide which direction to take the new album.

“He’s putting that together as we speak,” says Masta Killa. “There will be another Wu-Tang Clan album. We’re working on that right now, and hopefully it’s ready right with the 25th anniversary.”

RZA isn’t being cut out of the creative process entirely, of course. He’s reportedly still there supervising the operation, but the leadership is coming from Ghostface this time. This isn’t entirely surprising considering how badly the concept for their Once Upon A Time In Shaolin album went, having been purchased by Martin Shkreli and confiscated by federal authorities.

“He just gives it a new outlook and a fresh coat of eyes and ears,” according to Inspectah Deck. “Ghost has taken it upon himself to say, ‘I want to get the beats, I want to hear some things that’s happening here,’ so we’re trusting him the same we trusted RZA in the beginning. Why not, man? Ghost has been successful in his solo endeavors. It’s a change of pace. Hopefully we get another banger, another Wu classic out of this project as well, in the 25th anniversary.”

The 25th anniversary of 36 Chambers will be on November 9, 2018.



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Wu Tang General “GhostFaceKillah” give us the official dates for his Europan Tour with special Killah Priest.He starts in Amsterdam and then move on Copenhagen Denmark,Borlange Schweden,Switzerland,United Kingdom and more at the end Vienna Austria.



5/30 Amsterdam The Netherlands Bitterzoet

5/31 Copenhagen Denmark Rust

6/01 Borlange. Schweden Broken Dreams

6/02 Aarau Switzerland Make The Hood Look Good Festival

6/07 Norwich United Kingdom The Waterfront

6/08 Hull, United Kingdom The Welly

6/09 Milton Keynes United Kingdom MK11

6/10 Ticino Switzerland Hip Hop 4 Respect Pt.3

6/11 Newcastle United Kingdom Riverside

6/12 Glasgow United Kingdom The Art House

6/13 Brisol, United Kingdom Trinily Centre

6/14 Manchester United Kingdom Manchester Academy

6/15 Leeds United Kingdom Belgrave Music Hall

6/16 Budapest Hungary Golftanya

6/17 Vienna Austria Flex


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The Wu-Tang clan rappers jokingly ordered former FBI boss James Comey to retrieve their US-confiscated Once Upon a Time album in Shaolin. The controversial pharmaceutical manager Martin Shkreli had bought the only copy of the album in 2015 for two million dollars (1.6 million euros). It was confiscated after Shkreli was sentenced to seven years in prison and fined millions in March for securities fraud. “Me and my brother Method are working to get the album back from the authorities,” wrote rapper Ghostface Killah on Instagram. He published a photo of himself and Wu-Tang rapper Method Man together with Comey.



The three were on Tuesday in the “Late Show” with Stephen Colbert guest. “The album belongs to the people,” said Method Man in a sketch in which Justice Minister Jeff Sessions does not want to give away the album. US President Donald Trump had dismissed Comey in May 2017. Comey is currently campaigning for his book, which will be published on Tuesday, which reads in German version “Greater Than the Office: In Search of Truth – The Ex-FBI Director Leads Off”. For the US government Comey does not currently work and therefore would have no influence on the whereabouts of the Wu Tang album. Shkreli had attracted masses of fans by buying it. According to a well-known song line, they do not play with the Wu-Tang clan (“Wu-Tang Clan Is not Nuthing Ta F ‘Wit”). This advice should be better served by the US authorities.

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The hip hop legend Raekwon & Wu Tang Clan Member is an investor in the app and after last week after writing a night in the studio with FADER, he was really excited about that, the app was to offer. The app has its fans, but talking to the rapper on the phone it was clear she was probably the biggest. Below we explain that this app is just the future of music and is so cool.


Raekwon: Once I heard about it I was like Wow, I need to have a meeting. I had a meeting with the owners of the technology and then I needed to master what they were talking about. I just think that at the end of the day, this is some stuff that is going to change the culture of music in the most illest way. I told them, “This is the illest shit since sliced bread in my eyes.”

To be able to have a social media radio platform is amazing because when I sit here and look at what’s going on in music, there’s a lot of animosity between different generations based on what’s being played now [versus] back then. What we’re all missing is that we’re all musicians, we’re all artists — who gives a fuck? As a business, we all signed up to this because we love music. What makes this technology so dope is that it gives a platform to people who just love music. If you love music, you get to have your own station. That was what was intriguing to me.

When you look at an instagram it’s everything but the music attached — there’s nothing where the artist can confront or talk about the music. When I’m getting all of the energy from [Station Head] — it’s just the illest gator. Social media radio is the shit. Let’s just say you listen to the radio — do you know how many people are sick of listening to the same 13 or 14 records all day? Now you have the power to create your own station to listen to what you want to, and you’re also giving back to the artist from a streaming perspective.

Now I know that I can connect with my fans and say thank you. Not only can you have me and my station, I can have you and your station. Now we’re connected even more. We can have dialogue, we can have a podcast going on — this is authentic. This is going to shift the culture to where people are saying music is where it needs to be now. We’re not relying on two or three different artists to carry the culture, now it’s to the point where the young generation can evolve to what they want to listen to. The OGs too — the Al Greens, the Gladys Knights. Now we get to mix all that up in our own station as people not as programmers.

You think I don’t want to see what 50 Cent is listening to at 10 in the morning or 4 in the morning because he’s working? Now I can tap into his show and develop a personality with him. Not only does it work for artist chemistry, but it also works for the world. This is a universal piece of technology that’s going to change the world. When I finally digested that, I knew I had to be a part of it.



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