Saturday, April 19, 2014

VA – Hell Razah presents Under Seraphim Authority Vol. 2 2014


01. Automatik Greatness – Info Warz
02. Kenyattah Black – Robitussin
03. Coke Kev – Everytime I Write
04. 144,000 – Had Enough
05. Danny B Newton – Get Mad
06. Rico Deniro – It’s You
07. DTACH – Next Dimension
08. George Yung & Young Pyro – F U Who’s Next
09. Tizo – Got Troubles
10. Tribe Of Judah – Corrupt Justice
11. Giovonni Pratt & NYOIL – A Star Walks
12. Continuous – Those Who Hate
13. Physcorock – Mudslide
14. Big Heights – Gone
15. Hell Razah – Keep It
16. Queen The Prophet – Black Dragon Rose
17. Vega X – Witch Hunters
18. Automatik Greatness – Cornbread
19. Yung Razah – Break From Brooklyn
20. Big Preme – Tha Emotions
21. Hell Razah, Timbo King & Killah Priest – Maccabeez
22. Queen The Prophet & Grand Giovonni – The 7th Trumpet feat. Ace Jeminez
23. Inspectah Deck – Until The Day
24. Continuous, Badd Taste & Licshot – Foul Mouth / Auditory Suicide
25. Red Dawn – Rez To City Blocks feat. Kuttz
26. Judah Priest – Immortal feat. Mr. Fuc Ya Feelings & Lord Fury
27. Judah Priest – Maccabee Riders feat. William Cooper, Solomon, Hell Razah & Timbo King
28. Martial Law & Hell Razah – Outro
Bonus Tracks
29. Hell Razah & Killah Priest – Young Gifted And Black
30. Queen The Prophet – Standing Ovation


UPDATE Christbearer used steak knife to cut off genitalia while on drugs, source says

More shocking and gruesome details surrounding Andre Johnson have been revealed.
E! News has exclusively learned from a source close to the situation that the rapper affiliated with Wu-Tang Clan had been under the influence of the drug PCP (otherwise known as Phencyclidine or Angel Dust) when he jumped off the second story of a building.

The source also tells us that Johnson used a serrated steak knife to cut off his penis before jumping, adding that the rapper, who goes by the name Christ Bearer, cut off the tip of his penis first, then removed his testicles and the remainder of his genitalia.

When police arrived, Johnson was on the balcony, according to the insider. Authorities asked Johnson to come down and talk to them. He said "OK" and jumped off the balcony. Police found the remains of his penis upstairs.

The incident happened Wednesday morning in North Hollywood. The 40-year-old was found lying on the sidewalk with critical injuries and was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He is still currently being treated at the hospital.

The rapper was affiliated with Northstar, a group which was signed to Wu-Tang productions 10 years ago, according to Heathcliff Berru, the group's representative.
Berru added, "What Christ Bearer did was unfathomable. I feel for his family at this time."

Friday, April 18, 2014

RZA Addresses Wu-Tang Killa Bees Member Who Severed Penis In Apparent Suicide Attempt

RZA calls the Christ Bearer news "a tragic story" and says "it's sad that it's Wu-Tang affiliated."

Days after Wu-Tang Killa Bees member Andre Johnson, who also goes by Christ Bearer, cut off his penis and jumped off a second-story North Hollywood, California apartment balcony in an apparent suicide, RZA has addressed the news story.
"Christ Bearer is a tragic story because it’s still the same situation: a guy we gave a chance to,” RZA says in an interview with XXL. “If I remember that deal back in the day, I remember they signed for, like, $150,000, a record deal from some young guys from Long Beach, Cali. He had a partner named Meko. I liked those guys. I liked what they stood for, young guys trying. I can’t wait to really hear the whole story. It’s sad that it’s Wu-Tang affiliated. It’s like dirty press in a way. I want to know what the fuck moved him to do those things."

Johnson, who is reportedly in stable condition following the apparent suicide attempt, has been calling RZA after recently being released from prison, according to the Wu-Tang Clan emcee-producer. The two worked together years ago. As reported on April 16, the Wu-Tang Killa Bees The Swarm album was released in 1998. Six years later, the Bobby Digital presents : Northstar album was released via KOCH Records. Nevertheless, RZA, who also goes by Bobby Digital, says they are not making music together these days. Despite this, RZA calls the news story "incredible." "That shit sound mythical," he adds.

Beyond this, RZA also details how this incident may impact others in Johnson's life.
"I feel sad for his family," RZA says. "I know he has children...I thought he was a smarter guy than a guy who would do something crazy like that. But at the same time, he been in jail recently, he’s been in trouble. Maybe he’s mentally unstable. Maybe the mental health system should have took a look at him and said, ‘You know what? We got to hold on to this guy for a little longer.’ Because it’s not any sanity; even if you high, this shit don’t sound sane. This sounds more than high. It sound like mental problems or something that was bothering this man’s mind, and he needed help. It’s sad. I send my respect out to his family."

Fans Start Kickstarter Campaign To Crowd-Source Wu-Tang Clan's "Once Upon A Time In Shaolin"

"I can't imagine RZA being upset if enough Wu-Tang fans get together and raise enough money to purchase [the album]," Russell Meyer says.

According to an article published today on DNAinfo, two Wu-Tang Clan fans have joined forces and initiated a Kickstarter campaign  with hopes of crowd-sourcing the purchase of the group’s upcoming one copy album. As reported per HiphopDX last month, the group revealed plans to release a project called  The Wu - Once upon a time in Shaolin with an unprecedented method of distribution according to Wu-Tang producer RZA.
“We’re about to put out a piece of art like nobody else has done in the history of [modern] music,” he said. “We’re making a single-sale collector’s item. This is like somebody having the scepter of an Egyptian king.”

As per DNAinfo, Wu-Tang fans Russell Meyer and Calin Okoth-Obbo have established their Kickstarter campaign with a $5,000,000 goal in hopes of securing the highest bid for the release. That number was presumably chosen as a function of recent claims by RZA regarding the private offers the group had been made.
"Offers came in at $2 million, somebody offered $5 million yesterday,” RZA told Billboard earlier this month. "I've been getting a lot of e-mails—some from people I know, some from people I don't know, and they're also e-mailing other members of my organization.”
Once Upon A Time In Shaolin is reportedly slated to feature 31 songs and clock in at 128 minutes in length. With production handled primarily by previous collaborator Tarik “Cilvaringz” Azzougarh, RZA detailed plans to charge fans for the privilege of a one-time listen while touring the work at festivals, galleries, and museums. “The idea that music is art has been something we advocated for years,” RZA said. “And yet its doesn’t receive the same treatment as art in the sense of the value of what it is, especially nowadays when it’s been devalued and diminished to almost the point that it has to be given away.”
Meyer’s and Okoth-Obbo’s Kickstarter campaign claims that neither will profit if the goal is reached. “As the founder of this group I pledge to not keep a single penny of the money raised,” the page says. “Every cent will be bid to win the album. If we don't get it then everyone gets their money back.”
Detailing the motivation behind the campaign, the page also details plans to provide the album for fans free of charge if successful. “For all the fans who won't be able to pay 30-50 bucks to listen to a double album in one sitting, let's raise enough money to buy this album and then turn around and give it away for free,” they write. “Wu members can still get their CREAM and the rest of us get to enjoy an epic album instead of some uber rich bastard keeping it to himself like a collector's item.”
In an interview with DNAinfo, Meyer explained feeling like the group might appreciate the gesture. “I can’t imagine RZA being upset if enough Wu-Tang fans get together and raise enough money to purchase [the album],” he said. “We don’t want some guy in Dubai who literally has money to burn to buy it as a collector item that only six people will get to listen to.”
“We're all for changing times,” he added. “But when you make the content exclusive and only able to be accessed by a select few, the fans suffer and it's an elitist stance that doesn't really jive with hip-hop culture.”
Speaking on the possibility that the campaign is successful, Okoth-Obbo revealed not having a plan in place with regard to the preservation of the original copy itself.
“We could rock-paper-scissors to see who gets to hold it,” Okoth-Obbo said. “Or we could do a vote or raffle of all backers to see who keeps it. It’s not about ownership, it’s about getting it out there. We’d rather just get the musical content and be able to share that with the people who want to be able to appreciate it.”
In an exclusive interview with HipHopDX earlier this month, RZA defended the group's approach and market-dictated price. “As far as the value of it, the value could go from wherever,” RZA said. “It may be worth $20 million. It may be worth $100 million. Who knows? That’s the value that a person puts upon it. That’s what art is about. When you see a piece of art, somebody goes, ‘What is that? It’s just a painting of a woman.’ Yeah, but that painting of that woman is worth $100 million based on the person that appreciates it to his heart like that and based on how the world is gonna view it. That’s important to me.”

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Raekwon On RZA: Wu-Tang Clan "Being Compromised By His So-Called 'Logic'"

Raekwon also says he hates the Wu-Tang Clan song "Keep Watch." Regarding RZA's claims the two didn't speak about Wu-Tang Clan's "A Better Tomorrow," Raekwon says, "Saying he didn't speak to me is a bold-faced lie."

Raekwon says that he agrees with RZA’s recent assessment that the two are not in accord regarding the Wu-Tang Clan’s forthcoming A Better Tomorrow album.

“We are at creative differences because at the end of the day, I want to win,” Raekwon says in an interview with Rolling Stone. "I’m used to being a winner. Being that I feel the team is being compromised by his so-called ‘logic' of making music, I have a problem with that because I love my fans. I would never want to give my fans anything other than the best. So when we’re sitting there discussing the creative process of making a great album for the fans, I’m not going to never settle for less. I’m not the only one [in the group] that feels this way too.”

Raekwon says one example of their differences is the Wu-Tang Clan song “Keep Watch." "I hate it,” Raekwon says. "I hate it. I don’t hate shit, but I hate that fuckin’ record. It ain’t the gunpowder that my brothers are spitting. It’s the production. And I ain’t shitting on the producer because he’s one of our soldiers. But if it ain’t where it need to be… It’s 20 years later. We talkin 'bout a whole new generation is sitting here representin' and making fiery shit and you telling me that we comin out with some mediocre shit? That ain’t part of our plan.”

Raekwon On Wu-Tang Clan: "I Am On Strike"

Given his problems, Raekwon says that he has to look at himself from a different perspective. "It’s the same as being an athlete,” he says. "I don’t give a fuck if it’s Kobe Bryant or Kevin Durant. They will not touch the floor if their managers or lawyers are saying, 'Listen, shit ain’t right.' So therefore, I’m in a limbo situation. So yeah, you’re right. I am on strike. It ain’t the fact that I don’t want to be there. Because of course I want to be there. But if we’re there, we gotta do the best everything. We gotta work 10 times harder, because that’s what I’m signing in for. I’m not about listening to somebody that’s not an artist telling me what the fuck they think is hot.

"As far as the RZA, I respect him,” he continues. "I love him – the love ain’t gonna go anywhere – but you’re not in the music world no more. So to me, you need to take a backseat and respect the niggas that is playing the game. I’m always out in the field and finding out what’s going on with the new

RZA said in an interview published this week that Raekwon was not involved in A Better Tomorrow.

"Raekwon has not been participating with that particular record,” RZA said. "I haven’t had a chance to really talk to him about why not. All I see is the press going back and forth. But I would say that maybe creatively we on different paths. I’m creatively different than I was in the ‘90s.” In the Rolling Stone article, Raekwon disputes RZA’s statements. "I don’t know why he said he didn’t speak to me, because he did speak to me,” Raekwon says. "We spoke about two weeks ago. It was me, him, his brother and business partner Devine and we talked about why I’m not there right now. They know where I’m at and at the end of the day, him saying he didn’t speak to me is a bold-faced lie."

Wu-Tang Clan - Collective [2003]

01. Hip Hop Drunkies - Tha Alkaholiks feat. Ol' Dirty Bastard
02. Black Trump - Cocoa Brovaz feat. Raekwon
03. Wu-Tang Clan Live Freestyle - Gza/Genius & Masta Killa
04. In Trouble - Shyheim
05. Rumble - U-God feat. Leatha Face, Inspectah Deck & Method Man
06. Only 4 My Niggas - Black Knights
07. Concrete Jungle - Sunz Of Man
08. Re-Up - Two Da Road feat. Shyheim
09. Furious Anger - Shyheim feat. Big L
10. Pointin' Fingers - Wu-Syndicate
11. Never Again - Remedy
12. '97 Mentality - Cappadonna feat. Ghostface Killah
13. And Justice For All - Rza, Killarmy & Method Man
14. Execute Them - Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Streetlife & Masta Killa
15. On The Strength - The Beggaz

REUPLOAD: WU-TANG COLLECTIVE is a budget-priced, 15-track release featuring remixes of the Staten Island hip-hip group Wu-Tang Clan and includes Tha Alkaholiks "Hip Hop Drunkies" and Sunz Of Man's "Concrete Jungle." As the Wu-Tang Clan began to expand their empire during the late '90s, a series of hodgepodge albums surfaced that jumbled mainstay clansmen alongside a bunch of questionable affiliates like Sunz of Man and Killarmy. These spotty releases -- namely the Wu-Chronicles series, Wu-Syndicate, and The Swarm -- blurred the line between various-artists compilations and outright albums, and furthermore often billed RZA as executive producer when in fact they featured little of his actual productions and likewise often billed big-name Wu rappers when in fact they featured mostly no-name affiliates. All shadiness aside, this run of releases did include some great moments, several of which are compiled on Wu-Tang Collective, a 15-track British release by Music Club. Each of the genuine Wu members -- RZA, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Masta Killa, U-God, Inspectah Deck, Method Man, and Ghostface Killah -- show up at least once, usually in support of the many Wu spin-offs as well as a few non-clansmen: tha Liks (alongside Ol' Dirty on "Hip Hop Drunkies"), Cocoa Brovaz (alongside Rae on "Black Trump"), and Big L (alongside Shyheim on "Furious Anger"). The roster of talent on Wu-Tang Collective is dizzying and diverse, no doubt. What's lacking, though, is RZA-quality production, which unfortunately is helmed rarely by the Wu Abbot himself, who was absolutely peerless during this era, as illustrated here by his late-album triptych: "'97 Mentality," "And Justice for All," and "Execute Them." The resulting sum is then just as hodgepodge as the previously released mishmashs it culled itself from, only more selective and thus preferable. Even if Wu-Tang Collective doesn't measure up to an authentic Wu album -- either group or solo -- it's still a relatively solid document of the Clan's ill-fated expansion efforts and has just enough standout moments to engage hungry fans who either missed or bypassed these recordings the first time around.


Killarmy - Dirty Weaponry [1998]

01: Galactics
02: Allah Sees Everything (feat. Killah Priest)
03: 5 Stages of Consciousness
04: Unite to Fight
05: Murder Venue
06: Doomsday (feat. Warcloud)
07: Red Dawn
08: The Shoot Out
09: Bastard Swordsman (feat. Warcloud)
10: Last Poet
11: Serving Justice
12: Where I Rest At
13: Pain

REUPLOAD: Dirty Weaponry is the second album by hip-hop group Killarmy, released one year after its debut, Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars. The majority of the album was produced by group member 4th Disciple, with additional production coming from Wu-Elements producer Mathematics. The album features guests appearances from Wu-Tang Clan affiliates Killah Priest (of Sunz of Man) and Holocaust (of Black Knights). The album includes the singles "Red Dawn" and "The Shoot Out."


The Black Market Militia - Black Market Militia [2005]

01: Children of Children (Intro) (feat. Oscar Brown Jr.)
02: Thug Nation (feat. Timbo King & William Cooper)
03: Mayday! (feat. Hell Razah)
04: Audobon Ballroom (feat. Dead Prez & Savoy)
05: The Struggle (feat. William Cooper)
06: Hood Lullabye (feat. Hell Razah & Timbo King)
07: Gem Star's (feat. William Cooper)
08: Righteous Talk (feat. Timbo King)
09: The Final Call (feat. Eilan Babilon, Gabriel Batler & Abiodun Oyemole)
10: Dead Street Scrolls (feat. Hell Razah)
11: Paintbrush (feat. Hell Razah)
12: Black Market (feat. William Cooper & Hell Razah)
13: The Breath of Life
14: Think Market (feat. William Cooper)

REUPLOAD: Black Market Militia is the first album by the hip hop supergroup Black Market Militia. it was released on March 22, 2005, through Nature Sounds. The album has sold 5,727 copies.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Christbearer (Northstar) Suicide Attempt

Wu-Tang-Affiliated Rapper Cuts Off His Penis in Suicide Attempt

A rapper affiliated with Wu-Tang Clan was rushed to the hospital early Wednesday after he cut off his penis and then jumped off a second story balcony in what police believe is a suicide attempt ... law enforcement sources tell TMZ. Our sources say ... they were called to an apartment building in North Hollywood at around 1:00 AM and found Andre Johnson on the sidewalk critically injured. Johnson was rushed by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.  It's unclear if doctor's are attempting to reattach Johnson's penis. Johnson is a rapper who was in a group founded by members of Wu-Tang Clan.

The rapper who cut his penis off and jumped off his balcony is Christ Bearer -- aka Andre Johnson --  a member of the rap group Northstar.  Members of the group who also live in the apartment building tell TMZ ... they were there early this morning when Christ Bearer suddenly -- without warning -- cut his penis off and jumped off the balcony.  They say they were not on "any hard drugs that would cause him to do such a thing."They add it all happened in a matter of seconds.  But by the time they raced downstairs, Christ Bearer was already up and running around screaming incoherently.

Conz Aka Ill Lyricist - Enemy Of The State Vol. 2 [2008]

01-Magic Of Your Love (Dedication To Hip Hop) Feat Deon Strickland
02-Back Against The Wall
03-Conz Speaks Pt 1
04-My Level Feat Mace Loc
06-Where You From Feat Real Villain Mordekai Deon Strickland & Manifest
07-Gotz To Be A G Feat Mace Loc
09-Burn This City
10-Step Back
11-Got It On Lock Feat Mace Loc & Young Smoke
12-New Hoes
13-Just Ridin
14-Got Love For Me
15-Side Of Yo Neck Feat Mace Loc
17-The Feel Feat Deon Strickland
18-Cut Me Deep Feat Deon Strickland
19-Alwayz There
20-Mood Swings


Conz Aka Ill Lyricist - The Definition LP [2004]

04-hidden_identities_feat_mace_loc_dez_tha_reason_you ng_smoke_&_jewells_(prod_by_conz)
11-millitant_minded_feat_young_smoke_&_dez_tha_reason _(prod_by_conz)
17-you_dont_want_it_feat_jewells_&_nivek_(prod_by_con z)
21-the_gathering_feat_lyricipher_mace_loc_spheres_of_ the_mind_mordekai_kevlaar_7_&_young_smoke_(prod_by_conz)


The Wu-Jnda Area - Freestyle, Unreleased & Live Vol. 2 [199x]

NEW: Sorry No Much Info On This One (expect that is Made in Italy) & No Tracklist, Only The Back Cover

Total tracks : 17
Total time : 74:40


Stretch Armstrong Show feat. T.Touch & LA The Darkman - Untitled [1999]

01- A Side
02- B Side

NEW:  Here's some tape i came's the stretch armstrong   show featuring tony touch and la the usual...bobbito is up on this..along with lord's pretty dope...lot's of dope cuts on  here...some chatting ....mingling....random people come in and shit...what we have here is some entertaining stuff


Omar feat Ol' Dirty Bastard - Say Nothin (CDS) [1997]

01- Say Nothin' Ft Odb (Origional)
02- Say Nothin' Ft Odb (Structure Rize Remix)
03- Say Nothin' (Rae and Christian Remix)
04- Say Nothin' (Opaz Remix)
05- Say Nothin' (Nightmares on Wax Remix)
06- Say Nothin' Ft Odb (Scratch Professor and Omar’s Dark Mix)


Gravediggaz - Live at Hultzfred Festival [1998]

NEW: Very Dope Live Concert From Gravediggaz !!!


Timbo King - Throw Black Series Vol.1 [2004]

01: Remember Timbo (Skit)
02: Show Time (Intro)
03: Original Timbo King
04: Fresh Pair (Skit)
05: New York Shitty
06: Army Brigade (ft. Jah Rule, Roc & Tru Master)
07: Hidden Chambers
08: Concrete Jungle (ft. Sunz Of Man)
09: Nuff Ruffness
10: Sumthing Gotta Give
11: I Declare War
12: Its So Hard
13: Hood Times
14: Travel The World (Skit)
15: The Saga (ft. IAM, Prodigal Sunn & Dreddy Kruger)
16: Y2k (ft. Sha Recka)
17: Destroy The Scenery (ft. Armel)
18: Since When (ft. Benny Boom)
19: Timbo King Stared Bravehearts (Skit)
20: Soul In The Hole
21: Ol' Dirty Bastard & Flava Flav (Shoutro)

REUPLOAD: 1st Part Enjoy, Member of  ROYAL FAM


Makeba Mooncycle - Throwback Classics [2005]

01: Intro
02: Jam Session
03: Presenting
04: Academy Award MC's (feat. Armel)
05: Mind, Body & Soul
06: Makeba Mooncycle (skit)
07: Population Prostitute (Premix)
08: Tears
09: Desert Storm
10: Why
11: Rollin'
12: Lunchroom Classics (feat. Talib Kweli)
13: Hard Copy (feat. MC Lyte & Lin Que)
14: Judgment Day (feat. Holy Smoke)
15: Points
16: Freestyle
17: Can You Feel Me
18: Ahhh!!! (feat. Ancient Coins)
19: Food for Thought (feat. Lone Catalysts)
20: High Plainz Drifter

REUPLOAD: Female Master Emcee Makeba Mooncycle is a veteran in the Hip-Hop game on so many levels. For the first time, Chambermusik has assembled this much needed retrospective on the career of this great First Lady of Wu-Tang in "Classic Throwbacks". Collaborations include MC Lyte, Lin Que, Talib Kweli, Ancient Coins, Long Catalysts, and many more! If you want to gain knowledge and perspective on this unsung Heroine of Hip-Hop and Wu-Tang respectively, this collection is an absolute MUST HAVE!


Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Dungeon Masta - Project Oblivion (Da Vintage) [2005]

01: Da-Da-Da
02: Gamez
03: Nevamor
04: Spiritual Suicide
05: Got One
06: L.T.Z. (Da Promo) (feat. Black)
07: Demonz
08: Zu Can't Go 4 Dat (feat. Buddha Monk, Mozart, 5 Foot Hyper Sniper & Sleep Murda)
09: Two Step
10: Paroleez Prayer
11: Big Thangz (feat. Popa Chief & Grime)
12: Def of Me
13: Hoodwatch (feat. I-Born)
14: In Da Geto (feat. GCP & Delta One)
15: Fuck Parole Pt. I
16: Lurkin' Shadowz
17: Durange (Da Triumph Mix)
18: Ezekiel 3:18

REUPLOAD: Dungeon Masta has been in the music industry for over 15 years. In this day and age he is a rarity due to the fact that he can create his own music. Not only is he determined and persistent, but is very creative and has the talent to recognize abilities in others as well as himself. Having the sensitivity to approach a song by ear has given him a unique point of view into the Industry. Having worked with several artist over the years, in the studio, on video sets, performances and in rap battles, such as Special Ed, Positive K, Public Enemy, O.D.B.(Dirt McGirt), Popa Wu, Buddha Monk, and other various artist, has lead to him expanding his abilities to not only be a an artist but a producer. Performing regionally on the East Coast of the United States has brought him into the limelight for media as well as underground. Being born in rough streets of Brooklyn, NY he has learned to use his trials and tribulations to guide him. Having worked thus, for his love of music has given him the skills and training to survive. Putting to use his multiple talents has lead him to be one of the originators of a group from Upstate NY called Da Kindred aka Morbid Legacy, plus a group out of Atlantic City, NJ named L.T.Z. (Loonie Tunz) that has branched out into other various groups. His versatility has a unique position in this Industry, with a style that he would rather call gothic, he was forced to create a new chamber in the Wu-Tang Dynasty called Da Forbidden Chamber. This Chamber which was brought forth from the 10th Chamber (Freedom or Death) is one of the deadliest forms of hip hop yet to hit the streets. Project Oblivion is a collection of some of the rarest, deadliest musik known to mankind. Production is mainly by Dungeon Masta himself, but he is also aided by Buddha Monk, Alkatrax, Hooks Da Funkbenda, & Mr. TibbsSpecial guests include Buddha Monk, The Bklyn Zu Fam, Black, Papa Chief, Grime, I-Born, GCP, & Redz.


9th Prince - Prince Of The City (Mixtape) [2007]

1. Intro
2. Whatever We Want
3. Serving Justice
4. The Writer (Snippet)
5. Unite To Fight (Ft. Shogun Assasson)
6. Black Jesus (Ft. U-God)
7. Militant (Ft. Beretta 9 & U-God)
8. Burn Bridges (Ft. The Rza)
9. The Bottom Line
10. Banned From The Radio
11. Full Moon (Ft. Killa Sin)
12. Cold Wind
13. War Face (Ft. Raekwon & Hoffa)
14. Honeycomb
15. Murder Venue (Ft. Islord & Killa Sin)
16. Nonchalantly
17. Valentine's Day Massacre
18. Bronze Nazareth Interlude
19. Sniper Challengers
20. Prince Of New York (Snippet)
21. Last Poet
22. Roll With The Rush (Ft. Trife Da God)
23. Foolish Ways
24. What's Going On (Ft. The Rza & Blue Raspberry)
25. Lady Sings The Blues (Ft. Islord)
26. Nuttin (Ft. Christbearer)
27. Which Way You Going (Ft. Beretta 9)
28. Feel It (Ft. Islord)

REUPLOAD: This BANGIN' mixtape is a prequel to 9th's much anticipated street album "PRINCE OF NEW YORK", which will be dropping in OCTOBER 2007 on Armyourself Ent. / P.A.P.E.R. Enterprise / ILLegit Recordz. A celebration of one of the most unique minds in the Wu-Tang Universe, and also a perfect introduction to those not yet familiar with 9th Prince. Includes never before heard mixes and exclusive drops from Killarmy, Bronze Nazareth, 12 O'Clock & MORE! Mixed & Arranged by DYP tha goldynchild. Only a limited number will be pressed up, so order today to ensure that this future collector's item is in your collection!


Da Manchuz - Manchuz Dynasty (Zu-Chronicles Vo.4) [2007]

01: Q the Song (feat. Q & Buddha Monk)
02: Boxing Champ (feat. Polladon)
03: Miscommunication (feat. Buddha Monk & Dungeon Masta)
04: Problems (feat. Buddha Monk, Major Deegan, Layza Life & Dunn Verbal)
05: Who Want to Battle?
06: Man Down (feat. I-Born & Pooa)
07: That Life Shit (feat. Etcetera)
08: Pow Wow (feat. Popa Chief)
09: Jump (feat. Juice)
10: G.P. (feat. Polladon & Buddha Monk)
11: Roaches (feat. Buddha Monk, Raw, Rambo & Malik)
12: Your Tracks Ain't Hot (feat. Raw & Rambo)
13: The Get Down (feat. Dee & Q-Plex)
14: Mongolian Wars
15: Baby Babe (feat. Grime)
16: Ain't No Woman Like the One I Got (feat. Preach & Popa Chief)
17: Paco's Kid (feat. Buddha Monk & Lite)
18: Bang (feat. Q-Plex)
19: Zu Keep Gettin' Me High (feat. Layza Life & Lil' Vicious)

REUPLOAD: Executive Producer Buddha Monk brings forth his latest Zu Chronicle, from the Wu-Tang affiliated Brooklyn Zu Chamber associated with the late great Old' Dirty Bastard. Da Manchuz are an offshoot Wu-Tang affiliated crew hailing out of Brooklyn, New York. Rappers Babyface Fensta, Drunken Dragon, Born U Majesty, Chilli Black, Spiritual Assassin, Delta One, War, and Buddha Monk himself had one of one of the hottest, most talented underground crews in all of Hip-Hop, but like so many great groups, their album never actually saw the light of day. But for fans of that classic, grimy, 1990's East Coast Hip-Hop sound, Chambermusik Special Products/ Duck-Lo Records have finally made it possible for fans to hear this classic time capsule. Also featured here are a lineup of great emcees and vocalists such as Dungeon Masta, Lazah Life, Grime, Lil Vicious, Popa Chief, Polladon, Etcetera, Juice, Redz, Raw, Rambo, Preach and others. Beats are provided by the usual Bklyn Zu Elements of Buddha Monk, Marcus Logan, and Mr. Tibbs. Here and now, for the very first time, we present to you the Great Manchuz Dynasty!


Ill Knob (of KGB) - For The Streets [2006]

01: Intro
02: Jump
03: In the Brook
04: Flawless
05: Get Da Dough (feat. Born)
06: T.H.U.G.
07: Ill Knob Banga
08: Boss Up
09: Skit (Token & A Dream)
10: Shitty
11: Get Off Me (feat. Bizzo, Littles & Sheeze)
12: Skit (Welcome to Killa Kali)
13: No Time to Waste (Hateration Remix)
14: Skit - Kokane (OG's Don't Dance)
15: Skit
16: Killa Kalifornia (feat. Blaqetoven, Jayo Felony, 40 Glocc & K9)
17: Don't Want None (feat. Daz Dillinger & Bad Azz)
18: Freestyle (feat. K9)
19: Free
20: Hip Hop Music (Shoot Ones Coast to Coast) (feat. Wesside Buge)



RZA Says He's Unsure About Purchaser Rights For "The Wu - Once Upon a Time in Shaolin"

RZA on the potential Wu-Tang Clan album: "This can change the idea and the venue of music. This is still a flower that's unfolding." 

Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, the very limited edition (1 copy created) album created by Wu-Tang Clan has been fielding offers from both investors and fans.

In a recent interview with Billboard, Wu producer RZAtalked about the offers he's been receiving for the album and says he's gotten one for as high as $5 million. "Offers came in at $2 million, somebody offered $5 million yesterday, and they're also emailing other members of my organization," RZA said when asked about the offers he's been giving to date. "So far, $5 million is the biggest number. I don't know how to measure it, but it gives us an idea that what we're doing is being understood by some. And there are some good peers of mine also, who are very high-ranking in the film business and the music business, sending me a lot of good will. It's been real positive."

 While that portion of the interview was previously reported, additional comments were released Friday (April 4) by Billboard. When asked about what exactly the purchaser of the album would receive along with it, RZA himself wasn't completely sure. The legal rights to the album is still something that is being discussed.

"We're trying to put it under the same definition as a work of art, and when you buy art from a gallery it becomes your property, right? I'm not 100 percent educated on the deeper ramifications of art, but in theory, I would think that it's like when you bought a picture, it's your picture," he said. "I know there's other stipulations that's gonna pop up, but we understand this is a piece of art, so we should accept the terms of that.

"That right there is delicate. But [when] people are emailing me, 'I'll give you $5 million,' I'm not personally gonna make that sale -- I'm not an art gallery. So I think the best thing is to go into that world and let it take its proper course. And then if somebody was to buy it and say 'I'm gonna resell it,' I don't see where there's a problem with that, in all reality. But we're still doing research on it." Finally, when asked about whether Once Upon a Time in Shaolin was a business model or a statement, RZA says that it's both and that the idea is "a flower that's unfolding."

"Both! It's definitely a business model," he said. "This can change the idea and the venue of music. This is still a flower that's unfolding -- there's still more layers that have to blossom -- and this is only part one. It's a three-tiered idea, and I think you'll appreciate each one, especially since you calculate what's going on in this business. [The music industry has considered] changing how you measure gold and platinum -- [the definition could be based on] what it generates. So I think this is gonna be a whole different model." about the multimillion-dollar project. Produced largely by Morocco-based producer Tarik “Cilvaringz” Azzougarh, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin is claimed to be as “rare as the Mona Lisa” by RZA and that “It belongs in an art setting, venue, a museum, or a gallery."

RZA also elaborated on the album's release and how it may or may not impact Wu-Tang Clan's other potential album, A Better Tomorrow. “This idea to release [Wu – Once Upon A Time In Shaolin] was since September [2013], he says. “And then we rediscussed it in December. I made the decision January 20. I made the decision on how I was going to deal with this particular piece of art. Then I made the announcement a few months later. It has nothing to do with A Better Tomorrow. I let everybody know in the office that works on A Better Tomorrow—the staff and everybody—that I’m gonna do something different. I wouldn’t tell nobody what it was.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Known Associates - World So Cold (VLS) [2002]

01- World So Cold (Dirty Version)
02- World So Cold (Instrumental Version)
03-  What the Want (Clean Version)
04-  What the Want (Dirty Version)
05-  What the Want (Instrumental Version)

NEW:  Known Associates = Lord Jarmar from Brand Nubian and  Shabazz The Diciple..                     I guess its a new group their working on or something. Banging tracks..



01. Anything for Two (Instrumental) (Snippet)
02. Don't Make Me Take You There (Instrumental) (Snippet)
03. Fool's Paradise (Instrumental) (Snippet)
04. Good Kinda Killin' (Instrumental) (Snippet)
05. Keeper of the Force (Instrumental) (Snippet)
06. Let it Fall (Instrumental) (Snippet)
07. Many Things (Instrumental) (Snippet)
08. Moon Light (Instrumental) (Snippet
09. Morning Light (Instrumental) (Snippet)
10. My First Love
11. Oh Lord (Instrumental) (Snippet
12. Rebel Ox (Instrumental) (Snippet)
13. Summer Solstice (Instrumental) (Snippet)
14. The Example (Instrumental) (Snippet)

NEW: Internet Promo from up and coming producer Cheehf...he's  part of the group The 40 Acres , along with Bronze Nazareth  and Kevlaar 7.



01. Cilvaringz - Intro
02. Cilvaringz - Beat 1
03. Cilvaringz - Beat 2
04. Cilvaringz - Beat 3
05. Cilvaringz - Beat 4
06. Cilvaringz - Beat 5
07. Cilvaringz - Beat 6
08. Cilvaringz - Beat 7
09. Cilvaringz - Beat 8
10. Cilvaringz - Beat 9
11. Cilvaringz - Beat 10
12. Cilvaringz - Beat 11
13. Cilvaringz - Beat 12
14. Cilvaringz - Beat 13
15. Cilvaringz - Beat 14
16. Cilvaringz - Beat 15
17. Cilvaringz - Beat 16
18. Cilvaringz - Beat 17
19. Cilvaringz - Beat 18
20. Cilvaringz - Beat 19
21. Cilvaringz - Beat 20
22. Cilvaringz - Beat 21
23. Cilvaringz - Outro







Sunday, April 13, 2014


01: Park Hill All-Stars (ft. Stumik)
02: Too Late to Change
03: Knuckle Up (ft. Icewater, Raekwon & Pimp C)
04: Non Fiction Muzik (ft. Polite)
05: Karma (The Robbery)
06: Murda (ft. Icewater)
07: W.A.R.
08: Poverty
09: Do it Big (ft. Busta Rhymes, Raekwon & Icewater) (Rmx)
10: Tonight
11: Anybody Can Get It
12: Hanz vs. G.O.D.
13: I Am That Nigga (ft. Doey Rock)
14: The Water (ft. DJ Symphony)

REUPLOAD: Icewater presents Hanz On...for those that don't remember Icewater was that crew that Raekwon introduced on one of his albums and helped them drop an album in 2007, which really wasn't that good. Now they are bringing emcee Hanz On to the forefront. I don't remember him being actual part of the crew, but he just might be a new member. His real claim to fame is the fact that he is the one who clocked Joe Budden when the Wu and Joey had their little beef going on. So we know he can fight (or sucker punch? depending on who you ask), but how are his rap skills? Because that is all that matters when it comes down to the music. At first I was just happy to hear that Hanz On wasn't a godawful rapper, who they just gave a shot in the studio because everbody was scared of him. His flow is actually rather decent, but he isn't really standing out. When he gets joined by some guests, it's easy to get mistaken to who you are actually listening too. The subjectmatter is pretty much what you'd expect from your modern day New York street rap album. People get robbed, shot, stomped in the ground and that kind of stuff. You'd better show you are the toughest fucker on the block. There are some tracks like 'Too Late To Change' and 'Poverty' where Hanz tries to flip the script with some heartfelt lyrics, but it just comes of as a weak attempt at sounding deep. I thought his track for the ladies with 'Tonight' felt even more awkward. Hanz On isn't really all that awful, but he is just a run-of-the-mill emcee. The same can be said about the beats on this effort. This is exactly what you would expect from a New York street rap album. The beats are not wack or anything, it's just that they are pretty damn generic. He uses quite a lot of producers for 14 tracks, but no one is going to stand out. I actually wonder where he found them. Kinoi, Enza, Fury, Dready? I don't know them. I do know Icewater Productions and (I think) DJ Symphony, but I'm not impressed at all. There just isn't a whole lot I'm feeling. I hated the beat for 'Knuckle Up' and I thought the sample for 'Poverty' has been flipped better in the past (by the RZA even). The latter being a bit of reoccuring theme. Hell, RZA (again) already flipped the sample on 'Hanz vs GOD' on that joint he did with MF DOOM. Something about this album just seems they rushed it. It isn't just the quality of the beats themselves. It's also the quality of the audio. On some tracks the volumes of different emcees are all over the place and to add insult to injury, I don't think the tracklisting on the back is entirely correct. Perhaps there was not a lot of budget for this release or maybe they did rush this out of the gates. If it's the latter they should have done it about a year ago and really that Joe Budden thing to the death (not literally of course). If the Icewater album was your shit or you really love every little thing that is even remotely Wu-affilated, you might wanna check this. Otherwise it's just best to kick Hanz back into the kitchen.


Autnoyz - Global Domination [2001]

01 - Autnoyz - Whats Really In A Name
02 - Autnoyz - Over Flow
03 - Autnoyz - The Best Who Ever Did It
04 - Autnoyz - Since You Left Me
05 - Autnoyz - Blaze The Soundwaves
06 - Autnoyz - Dangerous Mindz
07 - Autnoyz feat. 4th Disciple - Should've Known (This Is Hip Hop)
08 - Autnoyz feat. Big Bugsi - The Hustle
09 - Autnoyz - My Life
10 - Autnoyz feat. South Paw - There Is No Competition
11 - Autnoyz - The Game Of Life
12 - Autnoyz - Love Is Gone (Interlude)
13 - Autnoyz - Facts Is Facts
14 - Autnoyz - Its So Crazy
15 - Autnoyz - We Live Tonight
16 - Autnoyz - Outro

REUPLOAD: Pure underground hip-hop/soul that is sure to break into the mainstream. This album is one to pick up while this crew is still underground.


Autnoyz - Tha Autnoyz Project [2000]

01- Back to the Essence
02- Judgement
03- Artform
04- Perfect Murder
05- Ill Get over You
06- 360 Degrees
07- Unified
08- Aint no Tellin
09- Lets have a Session
10- The Souls Reflection
11- Heal Humanity
12- Grammer Outlaw
13- MCs All Around
14- Its time to Party
15- Last Day 4 Luv

REUPLOAD: AutNoyz is a Ohio based crew with members from Steubenville,Akron,Youngstown,and Greensboro,NC. Formed in 1994 by The Silent Stepchild. The crew has had local sucess with their first release "43952". Autnoyz are The Silent Stepchild, Chalaunt Styles, S.E.N.E.C.A., Gods Wil, Skeet, Ya-Ya, I.C.U., Infamous and Heithcliff. Do not sleep on this album cuz its dope.