Ghostace Killah Couldn't Stand "8 Diagrams", Says “Let Me Make A Wu-Tang album"
Ghostface Killah has certainly been one of the more consistent members of the Wu-Tang Clan. His output has been more in line with the classic sound of the Wu, while members such as RZA have moved away from the approach to a degree, experimenting with other styles.
Kid Cudi Lists Kendrick Lamar, RZA, Too Short As Features On "indicud," Talks Production
Kid Cudi has been slowly leading up to his album, indicud, by dropping singles along the way and small amounts of information on the LP. However, it doesn't seem like he's in full promo mode just yet. The G.O.O.D.
RZA Will Co-Star In New Drama T.V. Series "Gang Related"
RZA is no stranger to acting at this point in his career. He's not only done work on the big screen, both in front of and behind the scenes, but he's also dipped his foot in T.V. with a few cameo roles. Soon, he'll have his first re-occurring role in a T.V. series, "Gang Related."
RZA Suing Pianist Meiko Kaji Over Sample Infringement Allegations
RZA, the former Wu-Tang producer/emcee, isn't messing around when it comes to his music and lawsuits. He is currently taking Japanese pianist Meiko Kaji to court over claims that he sampled her music.
Raekwon Speaks On Possibility Of Wu-Tang Reunion
Raekwon released his Lost Jewlry mixtape earlier this year, and while the legend continues to pump out solo material, fans are still anticipating another release from Wu-Tang. Rae, who had previously spoken of the beef
Game Changers: RZA Edition
Game Changers is an HNHH feature that profiles artists who've left a strong mark on hip hop. Whether it be through creativity, influence, exposure or simply good timing, they've brought something to rap music that the game just wouldn't be the same without. This week, we've chosen to profile an inarguable game changer: RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan.
Ghostface Killah Confirms "Supreme Clientele 2" & DOOM Collabo For 2013
While Ghostface Killah has been busy with his Wu Block project, we haven't heard much from him as a solo artist in quite a while. According to Ghost, the hiatus won't last much longer, as he'll be dropping his follow up to 2010's Apollo Kids later this year.