Raekwon & Ghostface KIllah- All About The Money Remix (Dirty)

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Method Man Plays Husband Of Ex-Cop In New John Singleton – Directed TV Series

Wu-Tang Clan rapper, Method Man, will star in a new BET scripted drama helmed by legendary director, John Singleton.
Meth will star alongside actors Giancarlo Esposito, and Mykelti Williamson in the upcoming drama “Rebel.”
According to reps for BET, “Rebel” centers around a police officer who is forced to leave the force after being under an intense internal affairs/criminal investigation for shooting her partner, as she was trying to stop her partner from gunning down her little brother.
“Rebel” eventually (played by Danielle MonĂ© Truitt) becomes a PI struggling to bring her brother’s killer to justice, while dodging dirty cops who are out for revenge.
Other actors lined up for the series include LaTanya Richardson, and Brandon Quinn.
“Rebel” is slated to debut on BET on March 28 at 9:00 p.m.
The latest role for Meth wraps up a busy 2016, which included roles in “Luke Cage,” “The Breaks,” “Paterson” and the T.V. show “Difficult People.”
Method Man has also starred in movies like “Belly,” “Cop Land” and his movie/T.V. series with fellow rapper Redman, “How High.”

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Tuesday, January 17, 2017



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Vince Staples and Raekwon Tackle "The Rap Music Generation Gap Debate" in Complex Conversations

Rap culture runs in cycles. Every few years or so there’s a changing of the guard, as a crop of upstart artists emerge on the scene and alter both the face and sound of the music landscape. Whenever these seismic shifts occur, there’s often a divisive conversation between gatekeepers of the old and the new. As the age of mumble rap takes hold of the charts, rising stars like Lil Yachty, Desiigner and Lil Uzi Vert come under fire from hip-hop veterans and critics alike for disregarding lyricism in favor of swag and essentially “killing the culture.”




Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Pharrell's Reaction On ODB's singing

“Pop Shit” featured Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s unmistakable vocal presence and incorporated some of Pharrell’s signature singing style. An unbridled party record filled with references to getting high and getting away with wild escapades, the song in many ways is the embodiment of who O.D.B. was as an artist – uncut, raw, and liable to get you insanely amped up. Beyond his massive presence on the recording, Dirt McGirt’s energy in the studio at the time of the song’s recording was enough to make Pharrell geek out. In a clip from a Vh1 program documenting Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s life on parole, The Neptunes can be seen in the studio laying down the track with their featured guest. “I need that ‘wow’ shit,” P tells O.D.B. at one point before suggesting that he try to sing something. It’s at that point when Dirty says “I’ll do it, but I want your touch on it, man.” P ain’t having it, and rebuffs O.D.B., explaining he wants O.D.B. to sing on the intro to the song. Dirt is clearly outside of his comfort zone, but takes up the challenge head on – and leaves the entire studio entourage wired.