I self-published a comic book (The Liberators), so I think it’s pretty cool that the interview above (courtesy of Nas-owned outlet Mass Appeal) was shot in a comic book store.
Considering everything that is going on lately, from the Trump administration’s Muslim ban to the Syrian refugee crisis, this song couldn’t have been more timely.
Dame Grease on the beat. That classic gritty NYC sound…
Christmas came early for Wu fans!
(Red’s verse ends on an anti-climactic note with a bit of unnecessary misogyny though)
Longtime Wu fans know the influence of comic books on the Wu. So, it’s only natural that the comic book world return the love, as a classic ODB joint (“Shimmy Shimmy Ya“) provides the lively score to the teaser trailer for Marvel’s upcoming Luke Cage series, dropping on Netflix in September. Watch and enjoy!
Longtime Wu fans will remember the classic hip-hop moment when Wu took over Radio 1 and ODB hilariously cracked jokes on everyone who called in. This freestyle session appears to have come from that same day. Raw emceeing! Bless your ears with this one…Meth is particularly in raw form, with off the top sickness…
Banks & Steelz is a merger of two worlds: hardcore hip-hop and indie rock, courtesy of Rza and Paul Banks of Interpol.
Pre-order Anything But Words ahead of its August 26th release on Nas’ Mass Appeal Records imprint (with distribution from Warner Brothers).
LOL @ “Michael Jackson had big hands.”
Drink Champs is the best podcast out.
Rza has formed a new group called Banks and Steelz with Interpol’s Paul Banks. Their debut “Reservoir Dogs“-inspired debut video, “Love and War,” also features a verse from Ghostface Killah. The Wu empire continues to grow…cop “Love and War” here!