After months of speculation, it has been confirmed that Wu-Tang Clan's one-of-a-kind album, 'Once Upon A Time In Shaolin', was bought by the crypto group PleasrDAO.
Wu-Tang Clan's Redman features on a new posthumous track by Phife Dawg, 'French Kiss Trois', which also includes lines by Illa J.
A trailer for the upcoming second season of 'Wu Tang: An American Saga' has been shared online.
The series, which premiered in September 2019, offers a biography of the hip-hop group, and the second season, picking up where the last left off, will arrive on Hulu on 8th September.
While season one focussed on the group's formation, season two will focus on the creation of their classic debut album, 'Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)'.
The $2 million Wu-Tang Clan album bought by ‘pharma-bro’ Martin Shkreli has been sold by the US government for an undisclosed sum.
The record in question is 'Once Upon A Time In Shaolin', a 31-track double album the hip hop group spent six years recording, packaged in a handmade silver and nickel case. A 174-page leather-bound book is also included. At the time it was produced, band member RZA stated he wanted the release to be viewed as a piece of contemporary art.
RZA has announced a new album, 'RZA vs Bobby Digital', and shared the latest single, 'Saturday Afternoon Kung Fu Theater'.
The LP was originally teased under the title 'Bobby Digital: Digital Potions', alongside the track 'Pugilism'. While the name has changed the concept remains the same, with RZA revisiting the solo moniker he created for 1998's 'Bobby Digital in Stereo'.
The Prodigy have shared a revamp of their hit ‘Breathe’.
The updated version of the classic 1996 track features guest vocals from Wu-Tang Clan founding member RZA, and is produced by The Prodigy's Liam Howlett alongside Canadian drum & bass producer René LaVice. The revamp features on the soundtrack for the new Fast & Furious film, set to hit UK cinemas next week.
'Wu-Tang: An American Saga' will return to screens later this year, RZA has confirmed.
A new collaborative album between MF DOOM and hip-hop trio Czarface will drop this week.
Recorded before DOOM's death last October, 'Super What?' will be released digitally on 7th May, with vinyl editions available via pre-order.