Curt@!n$ brings us a ode to The Wu-Tang Clan. Again I was never a fan of RZA ( I think that Bobby Digital shit fucked up my nights) or the Wu but I think the mixtape is decent. I’m a Curt@!n$ fan so I may be biased.
Download The Dissertation : Wu-Thesis
Curt@!n$ and Dom Kennedy—I should be so lucky. These two Hymn favorites link up and bring you a joint over Wu-Tang’s “M.G.M.”. I’ve personally never been a Wu fan but we’re all entitled to like what we like right? This and other Wu-Tang inspired music will be featured on Curt@!n$ new mixtape ‘The Dissertation : The Wu-Thesis’
Now I know we said we were dropping the preview on Monday, we still got an hour left so sue me. We dropped the track a few days ago and today now were giving you the World Wide Web premiere. Omen goes in on the new Wu track making it his own. Be on the look out for more to come from the Chi Town native. The new mixtape Afraid of Heights coming in November. South Side stand up!
Directed by IMPAKT Studios (Shout to Chris & Blaq)
Ghostface Killah made this video straight for the internet. What happened to BET Uncut? I know a gang of high schoolers that watched that. Shouts to Angela Yee and the fine people at Yee TV.
So I’m back at it and I’ve been pondering when am I gonna drop a new re:VERSal. I have to thank iTunes 9 for the help out on the random. I remember when Bullet Proof Wallets came out. It was about a month after The Blueprint and I was in full only Jigga music mode. My homie Vaughn and Thardy (He was always late for class too) were talking about this album was way better and yadda. So after several rounds of hate and slander from my side we cracked a backwood and listened to the album. I was impressed by the effort and I dug this album more than Supreme Clientele (Many Stans have threatened my life for such statements) but one song stuck out. This track was so creative from GFK. Not only did he take characters from my childhood but he made them gangsters, prostitutes and drug peddlers. It was perfect and I would play this over and over. Probably my favorite track from Tony. If you don’t like it we can knuckle up.
This is nothing but comedy my Dukes. I was about to go to sleep and I ran through OnSmash’s video vault and peeped this interview with Ghost. He talks aboutthe forming of the Wu, being banned in several countries, The Dream being a “Lil’ Nigga” and more.
Mos went over to 106th & Park to promote The Ecstatic and dropped a freestyle for Terrence & Rocsi. And when I say freestyle I don’t mean reading out of sidekicks on Flex. I mean off the dome tactics.
Synopsis after the jump, but you already know dat.
What a day full of music my Dukes. Here’s the first leak off the Chamber Music album from Wu-Tang and soul band The Revelations. On this joint