It’s 20 years later and if there’s one thing that almost every fan of hip hop can agree on its that Wu-Tang Clan is definitely still nothin’ to fuck with. Revolt TV catches up with Revolt, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Shyheim, Cappadonna, RZA, Ghostface Killah, Masta Killa and a few others to get their thoughts on the group’s classic debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers. Check out the guys open up about going from their humble beginnings and eventually transitioning into stardom. The group’s impact and influence on popular culture is also analyzed.
Here’s some entertaining footage of Wu-Tang Clan members Ghostface Killah and Raekwon on Regis Philbin’s new show on Fox Sports called “Crowd Goes Wild.” At one point the rappers decide to partake in a segment titled “That’s A Rap” where they have to identify, fill in the blank and finish a random rap quote from the likes of Macho Man Randy Savage, Dieon Sanders and Kobe Bryant. Check out how it all went down live on cable television.
Vlad TV gets an exclusive one-on-one interview with legendary emcee Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan. The New York bred artist discusses new music that’s currently in the works, his interest in getting involved in the world of film and admits that a lot of artists today in Hip Hop are only passing through and wont share the same longevity in their careers as the Wu. With rapper Drake recently dedicating the title of one of his song’s on his newNothing Was The Same LP to the clan, Ghost clarifies that he doesn’t feel Drake has done anything to solidify their position in Hip Hop but only helped to cross their music over to plenty of younger fans who follow the YMCMB rapper.
Apollo Brown liberates the anticipated remix version of Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge’s Twelve Reasons To Die album that just dropped. Take a listen to the full stream below and if you’re diggin’ it you can cop the entire project for only $8.00 from the official bandcamp page for the project.
Check out this remix of Ghost’s and Adrian Younge’s “Murder Spree” which is featured on Twelve Reasons To Die. Apollo Brown has a remix version of the album in the works which will be entitled The Brown Tape. Take a listen to “Murder Spree” (Apollo Brown Remix) above to get a taste of things to come.
“Rise of The Ghostface Killah” is a dope track off Ghost’s and Adrian Younge’s new music project Twelve Reasons To Die. Check out the visuals above.