Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Review: Method Man, Ghostface Killah & Raekwon - Wu-Massacre

The 9 man (or so) clan known the world over as the Wu-Tang is one of the most respected names and brands in Hip-Hip culture and in the 90’s they pretty much peaked creatively. Sure the aughties provided some moments where a few of the clansmen re-discovered that past unflappable direction, but for the most part, the broad majority of the brotherhood suffered. Guys were driving taxi’s in Baltimore to make ends meat, bickering aimlessly about monies owed, releasing sub-par projects with their dreaded “affiliate” groups and bottom line, their three group albums that were released in the 2K’s came nowhere near 36 Chambers and Forever. By the end of this year I’d all but given up on the Shaolin spitters as a collective.

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