This is Torri and she’s the newest admin for the Hip-Hop Fights Back Facebook group. She’s a well researched hip-hop head with a passion for music, and her favorites include Snowgoons, Wu-Tang (Method Man the most), N.W.A, RA The Rugged Man, MC Lyte, Guru, The Roots, and Celph Titled just to name a few.
Scientific studies have shown that women wearing Wu-Tang attire look 10x hotter than they do in normal clothes.
I <3 Wu-Women
Vintage Method Man
Rap is something you do…Hip-hop is something you live.
Wu-Tang Clan ain’t nothin’ ta fuck wit
At the Olympics Swedish skier Henrik Harlaut quotes ODB in a shout out to Wu-Tang Clan after his run.
This is pretty damn epic.
Wugazi (Wu-Tang Clan & Fugazi) - Sweet Release
Back in 2011 Cecil Otter (of Doomtree) and Swiss Andy created, in my opinion, the best Wu-Tang Clan mashup mixtape ever. As a tribute, they mixed many of Wu-Tang’s classics with instrumentals from the iconic punk group Fugazi. There’s actually a lot of really enjoyable theme based Wu-Tang Clan mashup mixtapes out there, such Enter The Magical Mystery Chambers (vs The Beatles) and Black Gold (vs Jimi Hendrix). If you’re curious, my favorite song off of Enter The Magical Mystery Chambers is Uh Huh, which I rated an 8.8.
Sweet Release's guitar, bass, and looped drums are taken from Sweet and Low, which is an instrumental off of Fugazi’s 1993 album In on the Killtaker. The fluttering guitar portion is fuckin’ addictive and really makes this song what it is.
You can listen to the full Wugazi mixtape 13 Chambers here. Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to be downloadable anywhere now.
My Song Rating: 9.8 out of 10