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March 12, 2015 Prachi Gupta

Method Man may have gotten some inaccurate information about the new Wu-Tang album, but he still thinks the decision to not allow mass production of it for 88 years is “ludicrous.” If you don’t already know, the legendary rap group is auctioning off just one version of album Once Upon A Time In Shaolin and […]

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January 8, 2015 Rhett Jones

After months of speculation, the Wu-Tang Clan has decided what to do with its album, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, of which only one copy will be produced. The group is auctioning it via online art space Paddle8. Back in March, RZA floated the idea that the album would be sold to a single private […]

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November 19, 2014 Prachi Gupta

Now only a few weeks away from the official release of its first album in seven years, the Wu Tang Clan has increased the hype by dropping yet another track from A Better Tomorrow. On Wednesday, the legendary rap group released “Necklace,” following tracks “Ruckus in B Minor,” “Ron O’Neal,” and “Keep Watch.” The track […]

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November 14, 2014 Rhett Jones

Mashup maestro 2 Mello noticed that Final Fantasy 6 and Wu-Tang’s 36 Chambers were released around the same time, so he mixed the soundtrack of the classic RPG with Wu-rhymes and the results are awesome. Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) came flying out of Shaolin on November 9th, 1993 and Final Fantasy 6 was released in November of 1994. Music moved […]

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June 20, 2014 Sophie Weiner

Yesterday, Hi-Art released their new iPhone app allowing you to send tons of digital stickers (similar to emojis) designed by artists like CLAW and Ron English in iMessage conversations. Some of these stickers are pretty sick, specifically those designed by legendary Wu-Tang member Ghostface Killah. His designs include references to classic Wu-Tang songs like C.R.E.A.M., […]

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June 24, 2013 Andy Cush

GZA and a group of NYC students were literally dropping science this weekend, at the final event of Science Genius, a pilot program spearheaded by the Wu-Tang Genius that used rap to to teach biology, chemistry, geology and physics. After a semester-long lead-up, a handful of students battled for science rap supremacy, with the winner bringing […]

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May 9, 2013 Andy Cush

Each week in Sample Wars, we’ll pit two songs which sample the same source material head-to-head against each other, to determine which one rocked the sample better. This week we’re focusing on what’s one of the all-time great loops in my book: Willie Hutch’s 1973 orchestral soul jam “I Choose You,” sampled in UGK and OutKast’s […]

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