The Wu-Tang spitter shouts out Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Drake, Lil Baby, Bobby Shmurda, and other rap stars.
Two con men are going to be serving long prison sentences for acting like they were members of the Wu, in addition to posing as Roc Nation employees, to live large like the famous rappers.
Are you ready for the return of the Wu’s biographical drama series?
The revered rap stars put their amazing storytelling abilities on display as they highlighted their deep catalogs in one of the best Verzuz yet.
Scammers acting like members of the Wu-Tang Clan jerked 19 businesses out of a variety of goods and services unraveled, and the perps are heading straight to prison!
Producers for “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” adds A-list actor Uyoata Udi to the series.
The legendary rap group is releasing an expensive, ultra-rare new book.
The politically-charged Hip Hop duo is now part of congressional history.
The legendary Wu-Tang Clan is caught in the middle of a brewing war between China and Canada!
RZA has something to say about the growing levels of poverty in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, as well as the problems in the United States as a whole!
Two men are facing decades in prison for posing as reps Roc Nation and The Wu-Tang Clan!
GZA is hosting an exclusive peformance of his breakthrough album “Liquid Swords.”
RZA calls the company “an ideal partner.”
Method Man’s right hand man and Wu-Tang member Streetlife talks about his new music and some wild stories involving Tupac and Biggie Smalls!
(AllHipHop News) Wu-Tang Clan legend RZA has sold half of his share of his back catalog to Nile Rodgers’ Hipgnosis Songs Fund. Bosses at the fund, who own the rights to musicians work including Blondie, Blink-182, and Barry Manilow, announced the deal with the rapper and producer behind many of the hip-hop group’s albums on […]
RZA teamed with Good Humor to update the jingle that plays in the company’s ice cream trucks.
Erika Alexander is pushing her career to the outer limits – everything from Wu-Tang show to John Lewis docs.
Watch the Sharon Matthews-directed clip that pays homage to an entertainment legend.
The legendary rap group is selling their own line of hand sanitizer based off of one of their hit songs!
Music by Biggie, Puffy, Hov, The Wu, Tribe, and other Hip Hop acts are part of the official compilation.