Last night it went down in the O.C. as Wu-Tang’s, GZA, showed up fashionably late to tear down the sold-out crowd. Emerging for fans just before midnight, the rapper quickly revitalized a tired audience with some classic hits from his catalog such as “Crash Your Crew,” “Conditioner” and “Duel Of The Iron Mic.” Check out the clip above to see the Brooklyn MC in action as he not only held the stage down but didn’t hesitate to partake in a little mosh pit action on the floor with fans.
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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.
U-God delivers his newest single “Heads Up” which will be featured on his upcoming solo album Keynote Speaker. The Wu-Tang Clang artist brings along fellow member The GZA and Jackpot Scotty Wotty to assist him in his latest effort. Look out for U-God’s album to hit stores on July 23 and be sure to take a listen to “Heads Up” via the audio stream below.
This is an interesting documentary I caught on the Fuse channel maybe almost a year and a half ago. It’s really cool and takes you behind the scenes during the 2004 festival. This was a big moment in hip-hop history and something the fans were looking forward to for quite some time. However, the idea of getting every member of the Wu-Tang together again for a live performance was definitely easier said then done. If you like great documentaries and especially ones about hip hop you’ll love this one.