Wu Tang Clan
Organizers of Chicago’s Riot Fest have announced their 10th-anniversary lineup, featuring more than 100 acts and headlining performances from The Cure, Slayer, and Wu-Tang Clan.
For this version, Alex Turner brings out the acoustic guitar for a softer and more subtle take on the psychedelic single.
Wu-Tang fans ain’t nothing to f*** with.
The Bonnaroo webcast includes headlining performances from Paul McCartney, the xx, The Lumineers, Edward Sharpe, Wu-Tang Clan, Nas and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
We talked to Rock The Bells’ founder about what to expect from the ODB and Eazy-E holograms – ahem, “virtual performances” – that were just announced yesterday.
The East Coast rappers and West Coast rockers brought big hits and bigger performances to a wind-whipped but satisfying conclusion to the first weekend of Coachella 2013.
Ahead of the crew’s Coachella performance this weekend, Radio.com delved into Wu lore for this episode of Radio.com Essentials, tapping various members and experts to sound off. See above video. “When I first saw the Wu-Tang […]
With the music world still reeling over the long-awaited announcement of the 2013 Coachella line-up, hip-hop fans fired up for the headlining performance from ‘90s hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan are asking the same question: will […]
Armed with a head of lettuce, Dan Auerbach pursues RZA through the kitchen of a Chinese restaurant only to be beaten upside the
head with a fish. This is just one of the hilarious fight sequences in “The Baddest Man Alive.”
I hear Wu-Tang Pizza aint nothing to mess with.