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Wu-Tang Clan – Can It Be All So Simple

My thoughts must be relaxed, be able to maintain, cause times have changed and life is strange…” I recently had a conversation with a friend of mine about how this next year really has the potential to be a big one for us. We got that awkward first year as a post grad under our […]

Kevin Casey’s Sample Saturday – Gladys Knight et Labi Siffre et Wu-Tang Clan

I can’t think of two many pairs of rappers that mesh on a track like Raekwon and Ghostface (um, Outkast maybe? M-O-B-B?).  If you take their verses off 36 Chambers it’s definitely not the same project, especially when it comes to tracks that they hold down together like “Can It All Be So Simple”. The Hype […]

Wu Tang Vs The Beatles – Uh Huh

I’m leaving Riverplace today and moving down to Tribeca so I don’t really have time to post but I had to squeeze one in real quick. This mashup album was released earlier this year by a dude named Tom Caruana and it rocks. Made up of Beatles samples and covers, he somehow manages to accurately […]

Kevin Casey’s Sample Saturday – The Charmels et Wu-Tang

RZA’s production on 36 Chambers changed the direction of New York hip hop, and my future in music.  I’ve been listening to the album consistently since it came out in 1993, which is over half my life. Kind of crazy to think of it that way.  Snippets from martial arts movies and haunting soul samples create […]

Kevin Casey’s Sample Saturday – Wendy Rene et Wu-Tang

Musically there have been a few defining moments in my life, one of them being the first time I was put onto Wu-Tang’s Enter The 36 Chambers. I didn’t understand exactly what it was that I was listening to, but I did know for sure that this was something I wanted to hear more of.  The […]

Mark Ronson – Ooh Wee (Feat. Ghostface Killah & Nate Dogg)

I was talking to my roommate about the death of hip-hop and then I thought to myself, imagine how people who grew during the golden age of Rock & Roll must feel about rock now? But that’s as far as the questioning went, I’ve never been one to care much for this type of conversation, […]

Wu-Tang Clan – M.E.T.H.O.D. Man

I’ve decided something: Commercial things really do stink. As soon as it becomes commercial for a mass market it really stinks.” – Andy Warhol If Drella was around in the early 90’s he would have listened to Wu-Tang. Regardless of genre or even art form, not many artist achieve what Wu-Tang did with their early […]