Recorded in Rick Rubin’s Shangri La Studio in Malibu, the song was debuted back in April of this year on ESPN show, Draft Academy.
If there was ever to be a poster child for the saying, “Drugs are bad, kids,” Wu-Tang Clan-affiliated rapper Christ Bearer would certainly fit the bill.
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…and also: “Kids, say no to drugs.”
Yesterday, (June 24) the group posted an ad on Craigslist for a social media intern. And while the gig isn’t paid, the perks sound endless.
For many parents, selecting a baby name for their children is often a grueling experience. But one couple simply channeled their love for Wu-Tang Clan, specifically Raekwon and Ghostface Killah.
Wu-Tang Clan fans’ hearts, be still: it looks like a new album from the rap group is coming, after all.
For this version, Alex Turner brings out the acoustic guitar for a softer and more subtle take on the psychedelic single.
Do you believe in Wu? For Cher, the question gets an auto-tuned yes as her representatives confirm to Rolling Stone that she is, indeed, the mysterious voice on a couple of tracks on their top-secret new album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.
The status of Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow may be in limbo, but the group’s other 2014 release, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, appears to be right on track, with a preview clip released today.
In the continuing saga of RZA vs. Raekwon, the former has given the latter an ultimatum: get on board with Wu-Tang Clan’s new album, or said album is not coming out.