In this video, Heather Morris takes time off from her busy schedule of delivering deadpan one-liners on Glee to dance in a bathing suit along to contemporary tunes by the likes of Raphael Saadiq, Raekwon and the Strokes for Esquire...read more
For a while, it looked like Wu-Tang Clan's upcoming album, A Better Tomorrow, would be released without Raekwon's participation. Thankfully, the two were able to put their issues in the past, and now the whole gang is on board for the album.
In case you missed it, a seriously huge moment in music history took place last night on The Daily Show. All nine living members of the Wu-Tang Clan and an Ol' Dirty Bastard T-shirt as a tribute reunited on the late-night program to promote their new single 'Ron O'Neal' off of their forthcoming album A Better Tomorrow. Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Raekwon, U-God, Masta Killa, Cappadonna, Ghostface Killah, RZA and GZA were all on hand to chat up Jon Stewart about their recent reconciliation.
One-ninth of Wu-Tang Clan, and self-professed 'neat freak' (he said it, not us), Raekwon, stops by the GQ Barbershop. The legendary rapper talks with Mark Anthony Green about who's making a guest appearance on his new album, why he loves to sweep and vacuum, and who he thinks the top guy in the game is these days.
"This is more or less about men understanding men, and men respecting men," the MC says of his disagreements with the Clan. (12.10.07)
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This vibrant documentary follows concert promoter Chang Weisberg and his Guerilla Union promotion team as they work furiously to ensure that what would turn out to be the last performance of notorious no-shows the Wu-Tang Clan actually takes place. Weisberg puts everything on the line to achieve the seemingly impossible: reuniting the 10 members of the Grammy-winning Wu-Tang Clan, including Method Man ("Garden State," TV's "The Wire"), RZA (composer for "Blade: Trinity" and "Kill Bill" vols. 1 and 2), and founding member, the late Ol' Dirty Bastard to perform at the 2004 "Rock the Bells" hip-hop concert. As if each Wu-Tang member is not difficult enough to work with, the venue's incompetent security, malfunctioning equipment, and riotous crowd all work in tandem to try keeping the history making show from going on. But Weisberg and his team come through to deliver a concert, and a Wu-Tang Clan performance, of a lifetime! Also featuring performances by Redman, Dilated Peoples, MC Supernatural, Sage Francis, Eyedea & Abilities, and more!
This vibrant documentary follows concert promoter Chang Weisberg as he works to on the last performance of the Wu-Tang Clan.
The efforts of one concert promoter to reunite legendary hip-hop outfit the Wu-Tang Clan for one final farewell concert form the central story at the Rock the Bells Music Festival.
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