Starting early this past summer, Raekwon figured out for us that #TBT can mean more than posting old acne-scarred photos of prom night. Since then, vintage soul and R&B jams got a Raekwon weekly redo thanks to a little Wu-spiration. The “Throwback-Thursday/TBT” mixes included new flows over the likes of many classics from the Gap Band, the Isley Brothers and The Spinners, […]


The Wu, perhaps a little hungry to stay ahead of the hype in any way possible, continues on the quest for the marketer’s new edge on the music industry. With all the buzz about the one-album-only concept surrounding their upcoming release of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, it’s not surprising A Better Tomorrow, their twentieth anniversary album, would […]


Just like Raekwon’s last Throwback Thursday entry (), the Wu Tang Clan’s esteemed Chef is back to the kitchen mixing up another soul classic. This time around, Raekwon hits up the Spinners’ “Could It Be I’m Falling In Love?”, and laces some supreme Rae babble over the classic track. Originally dropped back in 1973, the song is […]


After two  prior throwback inspirations in the #TBT series (the Horace Brown-based”Stop Trippin” and Rose Royce’s “Wishing on a Star” being the last two), the Wu Chef now drops his third #TBT installment, this one based on the Isley Brothers classic “Footsteps in the Dark”  — you know, the one that soundtracked Ice Cube having an […]


A gift from the inter webs and a soda company flush with marketing dollars, Complex Music and Dr. Pepper joined to drop some new sounds from the RZA. Fans of the Wu Tang Clan will be thrilled to hear The Abbot actually produced the 4-track EP Only One Place to Get It, he didn’t just throw in some Bobby Digitilisms and […]


16 Jul
Golden era productions from 16-year-old NYC native

If you’re fiending for some 90s-era hip-hop, yo mightl be shocked to find it in the mind of 16-year-old Bishop Nehru. Whether it’s his Mobb Deep referencing “Mobb Dizzle” track, or just the paired down boom-bap of his productions, Bishop happily brings back a time in hip-hop that was ruled by the likes of Wu […]


Hey MZA who was that? Ayo the Wu is back! We know we’ve been on a bit of a Wu Tang tear lately, but it seems something is in the zeitgeist demanding a return of the Wu, and the Clan is down to appease the masses. While the last couple Wu albums have been marginal, […]


Sometimes shit just has weird timing. Yesterday we posted the amazing How High’s the Water Mama tribute mixtape of De La Soul’s 3 Feet High and Rising debut album, and the day before we posted Rebels Without A Pause: The Induction Celebration of Public Enemy into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame documentary. In […]

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