About time. Meth, Rae & Ghost’s “Our Dreams” video, directed by Rik Cordero. RIP Michael Jackson. [Courtesy of Three/21 Media]
All three covers have been revealed. The Wu-Massacre drops on March 30th. Though, Meth is already copping pleas. No shots.
Ghostface and Meth’s covers below. [Spotted at Rap Radar]
Meth, Ghost & Rae Cover The Source [Nah Right]
Meth, Ghost and Rae’s Avenging Eagles mixtape, with DJ Mathematics, in anticipation of the March 30 release, Wu-Massacre. Y’all did know The Avenging Eagle is a Shaw Brothers flick, right? Liberated by the good folks at Nah Right.
Avenging Eagles Download [Mediafire]
Tracklist after the break. I normally hate posting “preview” videos, but I’ll make the exception this time. Tical, Tony Starks and Lex Diamond’s “Our Dreams,” behind the scenes, via Three/21 Media.
That’s the most I’ve seen Cappadonna talk on any Wu-Tang Clan related trailer. Ahh, now it makes sense; it’s starring Cappadonna. See the cover below.
Certainly not the first Wu-Tang documentary. But the Clan is so deep—not to mention the recent success of Raekwon—that there are always going to be more stories to tell. The Wu-Tang Saga is due out February 25. [Peeped at Eskay's Spot]
The final wop and the trifecta is complete. Too bad the album got pushed back, though (now due February 9). “We reflect like the sky be blue true, Wu-Tang saga continue.”
Above, Part Deux of the Wu-Massacre trinity of trailers. Starks!
Below, RZA gets interviewed by Supreme and drops some science. Check Supreme’s site for a few more interview snippets.
The Wu-Massacre Trailer Part I
How can you be mad at this? All the talk of Method Man, Raekwon and Ghostface recording a joint album is coming to a fruition (even the RZA wants in). Looks like it’s due in stores December 22nd and director du jour Rik Cordero put together a trio trailers inspired by Se7en.
The first trailer is above, and “Wu Ooh” “New Wu” from Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II is below. Tical!
“In a young man’s game, the middle-aged MCs have forged an album that reflects their belief that skills will always trump bells and whistles. Don’t mistake it for complacency—blame it on consistency. BO2 passes the smell test.”
Got to review Method Man and Redman’s Blackout! 2 for Vibe.com and I was impressed.
But hey, who reads reviews nowadays anyway?
On a related note, much has been said lately about Joe Budden going at Method Man over Vibe’s bracketology. Really, it’s the same shtick Jump Off is known for; talk slick over the Internet, act suprised people took his words out of context, then feign like he’ll be taking the high road.
Whether you think Method Man is that deal or, like Funkmaster Flex, think that he is overrated, when comparing the gamut of their respective careers, Budden has a LONG way to go [II] before he’ll be in Meth’s league.
Alright, back to our regularly scheduled programming…