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You can’t go wrong with this collection of classic Wu bangers put together by DJ Dana Dane. All the early Wu albums from 36 Chambers through Wu-Tang Forever, and all the solo albums in between are represented here. Standout tracks include “Winter Warz,” “Cobra Clutch” and “New Wu.” To download Best Of Wu-Tang, Vol 1. via datpiff, please…

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In an interview with XXL, Wu-Tang Clan leader, RZA. was asked about former Wu affiliate Christ Bearer’s (real name Andre Johnson) bizarre PCP induced incident in which he cut off his own penis and jumped from a second floor balcony. RZA talked about how he originally met Johnson and brought him into the Wu-Tang fold…

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All is not well in the house of Wu-Tang. For months Wu members Raekwon and RZA have been going back in the forth in the media with their disagreements concerning everything from money to the direction of their latest music. Things have escalated to the point that RZA announced earlier this week that Rae will not…

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Fans have been eagerly awaiting Wu-Tang Clan’s reunion album A Better Tomorrow ever since the project was announced last year. But the album has been the subject of much controversy within the group, and in an interview with VladTV, while discussing Wu’s ambitious Once Upon A Time In Shaolin project, RZA explained that Wu notable Raekwon has distanced himself from …Tomorrow.

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Raekwon spoke about Bieber’s run-ins with the law recently, and tried to advise The Beebz on working through his growing pains. Beiber, for those who don’t know, has become rather notorious over the past two years: his most recent offense involved being arrested for drag racing in Miami Beach. After he was stopped, authorities claimed that he was driving under the influence.

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Ol Dirty Bastard’s son YDB is not feeling the former heads of Roc-A-Fella Records for vastly different reasons. During a recent appearance on Forbez DVD Live, YDB took issue with Jay Z wearing a chain with the Five-Percent Nation’s flag, but not spreading the message of the organization. He also alluded to Hov’s supposed affiliation with the…

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A couple months back ro reported that Wu-Tang Clan leader RZA and esteemed emcee Raekwon were pointing fingers about the delay of the latest Wu-Tang album, A Better Tomorrow. Well, it seems things are becoming a bit more clear now as Wu elder statesman Poppa Wu recently revealed in an interview that Raekwon’s unhappiness with the money…

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Fans of the Wu-Tang general will love this latest mixtape full of freestyles and collabs mixed in with a few choice new cuts. The DJ Flipcyide hosted mixtape features a number of guest appearances including N.O.R.E., Mobb Deep’s Prodigy, and a number of Wu-Tang Clan members on various tracks. Perfect for any true fan of…

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Last month, we reported ODB’s estate preventing the screening of a documentary about his life at the NuHo Film Festival. The estate, controlled by his widow, Icelene Jones, sent a last minute cease and desist letter forcing festival organizers to announce to a packed house that they were unable to show the film. Seems the…

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Rock the Bells 2013 is celebrating their 10-year anniversary with shows in Washington, D.C., Sept. 28-29. With more than 50 acts performing over  two days, including E-40, Too Short, J. Cole, Pusha T, Kid Cudi, Talib Kweli, Wu Tang Clan, Common, Bones Thugs and Harmony, Slick Rick & Doug E Fresh, Young Dirty Bastard and many more. This festival is one that hip-hop lovers should make it a…

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Who doesn’t like a great festival? Check out the fall music festivals that are going on in the states to see which one you might be attending. Above, Rock the Bells 2013 is celebrating their 10-year anniversary with shows in multiple cities, including San Francisco,  Sept. 14-15; Washington, D.C., Sept. 28-29; and East Rutherford, N.J., Oct. 4-5.…

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Some hip-hop fans complain about the relative lack of East Coast-based hip-hop superstars these days. The charts are dominated by rappers who hail from virtually everywhere else in the continental United States and even Canada–but over the last ten years, there have been few big names coming out of New York City

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    A select group of NYC high schools are proving that hip hop plays a bigger part in our younger generation’s growth than anyone expected. Students took part in the program called Science Genius B.A.T.T.L.E.S. which encourages science education through a hip hop competition or rap battle. After the event, the participating schools who had not…

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