Adrian Williams – Think Business As Usual (2012) When Ghostface opens your part saying “Your technique is ill, son!”, you’re good to go. Continue reading Video Part #012
Back in 1997, the summer I turned 18, I was finishing school and I had no idea where I was heading. What I did know was that I loved Hip Hop and in particular the Wu-Tang Clan. The rap super group had just released their sophomore album ‘Wu-Tang Forever’ and it was a double disc extravaganza of stanzas that solidified their legend status and tore away any of the glitz and glamour that was rapidly infecting the culture. ‘Wu-Tang Forever’ dropped at exactly the right moment to shine a light for all the fans who were finding it hard to associate themselves with vinyl suits, blowing wads of cash on fizzy wine and sing-a-long hooks. RZA said it best as he closed off ‘Bells of war’ (Track 8, Disc 2) “Pick up the Wu-Tang double CD and you’ll get all the education you need this year“. So, what has the Wu-Tang Clan taught me? Here are 10 important life lessons from the Clan.
When it comes to mixtape DJs, there are a few names that spring up immediately and J-Love has to be one of them. This Queensbridge native stamped his moniker with authority all over the five boroughs of New York City … Continue reading J-Love – Not on my level… The continuation