Tag Archives: Wu-Tang Clan

Legendary: Check out Ghostface Killah’s infomercial for “Wu Goo”


This is hilarious. If you need to watch something today that will make you laugh and  has some classic Wu-Tang sounds in it, look no further. Ghostface Killah and a middle aged white woman who probably hasn’t ventured too far out of the suburbs in her career as a sales woman are here to tell you about Wu-Goo. “Wu-Goo” is Ghostface and Killah Priest’s new line of weed concentrates. Ghostface says that this product will put an end to blunts, no more messy rolls, just high concentrations of THC straight to your dome piece. Scientists made it, Ghostface sold it. Check out the video below.

Written by Jesse Wiles

[HOT] Listen to ASAP Rocky’s “Yamborghini High” right now


OVO Radio was poppin’ today. The Beats 1 station was taken over by ASAP Lou and J Scott and they dropped off some heat for us. “Yamborghini High” sounds like a cut off of ASAP Mob’s 2012 mixtape Lord’$ Never Worry. Personally, that mixtape is one of my favorite collaborative efforts by any label in the past few years and I’m incredibly excited to see what ASAP Rocky and the Mob put out in the next few months. Also, be sure to peep Rocky on the remix of Drake’s “Wu-Tang Forever” below.

Written by Jesse Wiles

BADBADNOTGOOD & Ghostface Killa- “Sour Soul” (Official Album Stream)

large-1Toronto jazz group BADBADNOTGOOD and Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah have cooked up one hell of a project with Sour Soul. The entire project is available for streaming before the release on Tuesday below via Soundcloud. The project contains 12 tracks with features from Danny Brown, Elzhi, Doom & Tree. A review is coming very soon. Stream below.

Written by E.L.

Photo Recap: Method Man, Red Man, Mick Jenkins, Berner and Aaron Cohen at House of Blues, Cleveland



Aaron Cohen started the night off in Cleveland with a very dope set. Stream his latest mixtape, You Wouldn’t Know, below.

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Mick Jenkins performed a few of his songs and was very impressive live.  Stream his last project, The Water[s], below. The mixtape ended up on our list of Top 12 Projects of 2014, so far.


Berner, of Taylor Gang, fit into the Smokers Club Tour perfectly.

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B-Real, who’s been performing since 1991, came on and tore up the stage. Formerly of the rap group Cypress Hill he’s been working on his solo career for a few years now.


Methodman and Red Man were one of the best live performances I’ve ever witnessed. The duo had more energy than any artist I had seen in the past. They danced, rapped and joked on stage for over an hour without showing any signs of slowing down.DSC_0338 DSC_0627 DSC_0669Photos by Jesse Wiles.