Monthly Archives: September 2012
Wu-Tang Pulp is a great tribute because it genuinely understands and appreciates its source material. The Wrecking Crew clearly recognize the spirit of the greatest rap group of all time and they put it on display. “Pulp” is right. This is Wu-Tang reimagined by artists looking to make their own statements,..
Every Rosh Hashanah, Passover, and Thanksgiving, I try to put my family on to some good music and I invariably fail. The conversation always strays to the mediocre rapper du jour from six months ago and/or a roundtable discussion on the latest Kanye endeavor. Tonight, I’m not falling into that..
Banger. Shana Tova, fam. via RubyHornet.com Sphere: Related Content
Be honest, did you ever expect anything good from Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s son? His music career seems to exist as a crude tribute to his father with RZA at the helm. But this is dope. It sounds less like Hollywood RZA and more like a random dope Killarmy or Cappadonna..
As always, DJ Premier’s inscrutably enthralling beat enables decent MCs to rap their technical best. Michigan’s finest mic skills are on display on “Straight Up”. Sphere: Related Content
Per The New York Times: WHEN Tim Zagat dines out in New York, many of the restaurants he goes to know that he prefers his soup served in a cup and enjoys iced tea with cranberry juice in a large glass over lots of ice. Jay-Z’s fondness for white Burgundy..