Rest In Peace to Stan Lee, who passed away at 95, a man whose creativity as a writer for Marvel Comics inspired millions. Inspectah Deck included a Spider-Man reference on the breakout Wu-Tang single “Protect Ya Neck” (Deck’s debut verse!). Method Man chose his name to be similar to the heroes made iconic by creators like Lee (as well as DC Comics heroes like Superman and Batman, of course). Eventually, Wu-Tang would branch into comic books themselves, inspired by the work of Stan and other comic book legends.
Find out more info on the real life version of Wu-Tang Financial here. The board of directors even includes someone whose given last name is Wu, a Volvo China executive. Wild.
This track bangs.* So does the whole album, which you can buy here.
* LOL at the sly dis to Martin Shkreli.
After two seasons, Luke Cage will not be returning to Netflix. Here’s hoping the show reappears on the Disney streaming platform coming in 2019. Above, reminisce on the glory days with an iconic scene from Luke Cage where the Harlem-based superhero takes out a building of criminals while listening to Bring The Ruckus.
Sadly, Lord Superb (who had a great cameo on “Ghost Deini” off of Ghostface’s Supreme Clientele album and was a former member of Raekwon’s American Cream Team clique) recently passed away at the young age of 41. Rest in peace, lord.
“To my n—a Donnie, up there, could you please tell God that we f–ked up here?/You got beer, weed, guns, AIDS/all these obstacles, it’s hard to make it nowadays”
White Castle is blessed with an endorsement by the gods. Wild.
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Meth and Deck stole the show here.
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