Method Man gets the spotlight in the videos for “If Time Is Money” and “Hood Go Bang” off of the Wu’s The Saga Continues album. There’s no doubt about it, Meth still has it.
Ghostface Killah, RZA, Cappadonna and DJ Mathematics perform “My Only One” with Steven Latorre on the Tonight Show. I hope you have that new Wu-Tang purchased or else you’re sleeping on something special.
On October 13th, the Wu-Tang Clan will release Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues. To add to the hype, the visuals for the Redman assisted “People Say” have been released as Method Man, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck and Masta Killa drop rhymes over Mathematics production. There’s a quest for what’s inside of a box with a Wu insignia on it throughout the video.
Another joint off of the Wu-Tang Clan’s recently announced The Saga Continues album that finds Reggie Noble alongside Inspectah Deck on the Mathematics produced “Lesson Learn’d.”
The clan from Shaolin recruit Reginald Noble for “People Say.” Yes, we have a Wu Tang and Redman collaboration on our hands produced by Mathematics.
New Wu Tang Clan music? Yes, please. Straight off of the soundtrack for HBO’s Silicon Valley, Method Man, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck and RZA connect for “Don’t Stop.”
You got an hour to spare? If so, you should spend it listening to this Wu Tang Clan freestyle from 1997 that lasts just over 52 minutes. Props to Tim Westwood for unearthing this gem.
Complex put together a great series on hip hop in 1996 and one of the best stories comes from Consequence, who recalls the time that the Wu-Tang Clan and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony got into a brawl at a Def Jam holiday party. This line summarizes the whole thing…
“I turn to the left and Ghostface is taking off the Halle Hansen outfit and putting on a ninja suit, with three other guys doing the same thing…He really is about that Wu-Tang life.” – Consequence