“Wu Wednesday” type shit. Ha. The vivid word wiz OG, Killah Priest, hands us some hypnotic bad-trip shit. I completely cosign this shit. KP is still dead nasty with his picture painting. Check the stretched rhyme patterns too (rap tech).
The Mobb Deep performance Thursday night was definitely the spot to be at. Money Makin’ Jam Boys, Stretch Armstrong, Ghostface and Raekwon (along with the help of Cappa and Trife) all did their thing before the main act (tremendously). Mobb Deep performed along with Noyd, Nyce Tha Future, and a live band backing ‘em up. While the band added an interesting element to the performance, the team’s consensus was that heads wanted to hear the original bangers Hav and Alc cooked up. Photos by Tony Tenenbaum.
The Wu were even enlisted by Nintendo in 1993 to do a commercial for their new products. Even with the company’s edgier/bugged out marketing campaigns (“Play It Loud”), the heads at the top pushed the red button on this one. This particular visual ad never made it to your TV screens. Wu-Tang is for the children.
Method Man discusses his beginnings in Hempstead and Shaolin, spending transportation dough on comic books, and his attempts to impress Cappadonna. This is the third episode in the documentary series Where I’m From.