It’s no secret that the many-membered Wu-Tang Clan is a diverse and multitalented crew with a plethora of creative ventures. But the latest collab from the legendary hip-hop crew is one we never could’ve predicted.
On top of making devils cower to the Caucus mountains, the mighty Wu-Tang Clan is also backing a new vegan burger ... at White Castle.
In The Art of Exchange, The Root explores the intersections where different identities and communities of color meet. Each story covers a different place or personality that expands or challenges our idea of what cultural exchange, allyship and cross-cultural support look like.
That summer of Kanye is supposed to officially start May 25, which is tomorrow, Friday. Pusha T, aka King Push, formerly of the Clipse and currently GOOD Music’s version of Dylan X5, is slated to drop his seven-track album produced entirely by Kanye West, Daytona, Friday (or maybe at midnight Thursday). And I won’t be…
Personally, I think it’s a byproduct of the “sampling culture” of the ’80s and ’90s, plus capitalism, that’s eating up anything remotely creative.
Former FBI Director James Comey is a thot. He went from being head of the principal federal law enforcement agency to backing it up and dropping it low in the 2016 presidential election, to shilling his book of White House secrets and groupie tales on late-night talk shows.
Convicted “pharma bro” and supreme fuckboy Martin Shkreli may have to give the government the world’s only copy of the Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin if federal prosecutors have their way.
Yes, contemporary hip-hop has been slaughtered by mumble rap, screaming and dumb-ass rap lyrics (see “Bad and Boujee,” “Panda” and “Bodak Yellow”—coincidentally, songs that I love, but SHE used to have both banging beats and a hot lyrical game).
A federal judge on Wednesday went straight Tiger style* on Martin Shkreli and yanked his $5 million bail after prosecutors alleged that he was harassing women online, and even trying to instigate bodily harm against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Hey, do you have all of the Wu-Tang Clan’s albums? Are you sure? I know you probably have Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s stuff, “The Purple Tape” and most of Method Man’s music, but how about Cappadonna? Masta Killa, too? U-God? Even Masta Pop the Cza’s mixtape? See, that was a trick question. There is no Masta Pop the Cza, and…
The Roots Picnic in New York City was like a buttoned-up Afropunk, but with white people.
I’ve got a funny feeling that this is the plot to Undercover Brother 2: Electric Boogaloo. But in case it ain’t, let me run it down for you. Last week it was revealed that Martin Shkreli, the young pharmaceutical exec who jacked up the price of AIDS medication 5000%, purchased the single copy of the Wu-Tang Clan’s…