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Take It Personal Podcast (Ep 4: Wu-Tang Tribute)

Thursday, January 12th, 2017

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To many, Staten Island is known as the dump. To us hip-hop heads, it’s known as Shaolin, the home of the Wu-Tang Clan. Who would have thought a group of 9 rappers would have changed the game, but they definitely did. Nobody has ever done hip-hop like WTC and I’m pretty sure nobody ever will. While The Wu is one of the most respected and beloved group of all-time, a two hour tribute doesn’t seem long enough. That said, here is our tribute that should help remind you that Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing ta F*ck Wit!

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Wu-Tang Forever?

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Who ever thought we’d see the day our beloved Wu Tang members would desperately cling for relevancy? There is no denying the Wu is one of the greatest, most influential and successful groups of all-time. Growing up there was point when every Wu release was met with tremendous excitement and copped with ease. Even the Wu affiliates were copped, every one from Shyheim to GP Wu to Killarmy all the way to Royal Fam.

They’ve been responsible for a plethora of classics, both solo and collective efforts. But if we’re all being honest here, we know the last release that was truly worthy of its praise was the ’09 Only Built 4 Cuban Linx Pt. II. Way before that and certainly well after, there hasn’t been much and when I say before that, I meant for a long period of time. Once the dust settled and the hype dissolved, we later realized albums such as 8 Diagrams or the 11 year old Iron Flag were simply not up to par. They were not how we wanted to remember the Wu. (more…)

T.R.O.Y.’s Unofficial Wu-Monday (Week 10)

Monday, February 7th, 2011

EDITOR’s NOTE: Okay we’re a few days early, but truthfully we’re actually a few days late. This was suppose to happen last week but due to overwhelming awesomeness it got lost in the mix. Please excuse our apologizes and enjoy some tunes from the man who brought you Black Shampoo. We’re back on schedule this week.

It’s always a little harder to dig anything up on some of Wu non-spotlight members, like Deck, Masta Killa or U-God. Here are are couple tracks from a promo cd-r single that landed in my hands in 2003. These tracks were released, but only on vinyl. Enjoy them now in cd quality.

U-God-Supa N*gga (Promo CD-R Single) (2003)
01 Supa N*gga (Dirty)
02 Wildstyle Superfreak (Dirty)



Ghostface, Jadakiss, Redman, U-God & Large Professor

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

I love shit like this! Myspace held a free Ghostface concert to promote the new album and awesomeness happened. –Philaflava

Peace to DigiWaxx for the video.

Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style/ Taste The Pain (Soundtrack 1999)

Saturday, June 27th, 2009

In 1999, the video game “Wu Tang: Shaolin Style” was released for the PlayStation. It was titled “Taste The Pain” in PAL territories. It was a fighting game based on the Wu-Tang Clan’s kung fu influence. Wu Tang: Shaolin Style was poorly received by many video game reviewers but anyway, my intention is to post the soundtrack not the video game. The PlayStation disc had its soundtrack which was playable on every music cd player. It featured every song that was exclusively made for the game.

1. La The Darkman & RZA – Wu World Order
2. U-God – Rumble (Feat. Inspectah Deck, Letha Face, & Method Man)
3. Masta Killa – Shaolin Temple
4. Tekitha – Back To 36 (Take It Back)
5. La The Darkman & RZA – Wu World Order (Instrumental)
6. U-God – Rumble (Instrumental) (Prod. By True Master)
7. RZA – Instrumental #1
8. RZA – Instrumental #2
9. RZA – Instrumental #3
10. RZA – Jungle Instrumental #1
11. RZA – Jungle Instrumental #2
12. RZA – Jungle Instrumental #3
13. La The Darkman & RZA – Wu World Order (Chorus Acapella)
14. RZA – Jungle Instrumental #4


— Thomas V