The Man With the Iron Fists trailer RZA’s feature film directorial debut, presented by Quentin Tarrantino and co-written by Eli Roth.
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The official video for Travis Barker’s “Carry It” featuring Tom Morello and Wu-Tang Clan members RZA & Raekwon from his upcoming Give The Drummer Some album due out in 2011!
RZA ART RELEASE TO INCLUDE 36 ‘HIDDEN ARTIFACTS’ Blue to give away microphone signed by the RZA Information is beginning to be made public regarding Victory Or Death, the highly limited art release conceptualized by multiplatinum recording artist RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan. Equal parts self-portrait and historical reworking, Victory will contain an array of hidden elements throughout the piece that could take collectors years to discover. In total, 36 hidden artifacts and messages are strategically hidden within the Victory [...]
EXCLUSIVE | The RZA announces Victory Or Death | A series of self-designed limited-edition high art pieces | 01.01.10
“VICTORY OR DEATH” A CREATIVE FIRST FOR HIP-HOP LEGEND The RZA marks his twentieth year in music with an epic fine art release. STAPLETON PROJECTS, STATEN ISLAND. Arguably the most infamous housing project of New York City’s ‘forgotten borough’, known best at the time for being Earth’s largest landfill. A young Robert Diggs is hunched over a drum machine, working on his debut release, the Ooh We Love You Rakeem EP. The weather is a brutal kind of cold. The [...]
Legendary Wu-Tang Clan member RZA stops by the AOTS studios to talk about his new book on spiritual philosophy, ‘The Tao of Wu’. Get ready, fans, because you’ll have to read–not listen–for guidance, entertainment and inspiration.
N.A.S.A – Way Down featuring Barbie Hatch, RZA & John Frusciante
To celebrate the highly anticipated release of Afro Samurai: Resurrection, The RZA will be appearing on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson [CBS 12:35 ET/PT] both as the lead panel guest and the music guest tomorrow evening on the album’s release date, Tuesday January 27th. LA based future-soul band and collaborators, Stone Mecca, will back RZA up as his live band to perform the “Afro Season II Open Theme” from the soundtrack followed by a transition directly into, “You Can’t Stop Me Now”, off the critically acclaimed RZA/Bobby Digital album, Digi Snacks, out now.
RZA as Bobby Digital – Drama video featuring Thea and Monk from the album, Digi Snacks
One of the most critically acclaimed West Coast emcees of all time, Ras Kass is renowned for his complex lyricism, sharp battle rhymes and witty punchlines.
1996′s debut “Soul On Ice” established Ras as one of the front-runners of the post West Coast gangsta rap movement pioneered by seminal acts such as N.W.A. and nationally popularized by modern day icons Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg & more.
WU-TANG AFFILIATES HELL RAZAH AND SHABAZZ: THE HISTORY OF RED HOOK-PART 1 OF A MULTI-PART SERIES