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Wu-Tang Corp. - Home of the Wu-Tang Clan and Killa Beez

Wu-Tang Corp. - Home of the Wu-Tang Clan and Killa Beez
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LourdSon MF Doom Early life[edit] Dumile was born in 1971, in London, England, the son of a Trinidadian mother and a Zimbabwean father with an older brother Markham Temple, whom he often gives much credit for many of his accomplishments.[1] He moved with his family to New York and was raised in Long Island, New York. Music career[edit] 1988–1993: Career beginnings[edit] 1997–2001: Operation Doomsday[edit] Dumile released three singles on "Bobbito" García's Fondle 'Em Records, "Dead Bent", and "Greenbacks" (1997), and "The M.I.C." (1998). Dumile has produced all the instrumentation tracks for his solo releases, with very few exceptions.[5] Beginning in 2001, under the "Metal Fingers" moniker, Dumile began releasing his Special Herbs instrumentals series. 2002–2004: Madvillain, King Geedorah and Viktor Vaughn[edit] 2005–2009: The Mouse and the Mask, Born Like This[edit] 2010–present: Key to the Kuffs[edit] Controversy[edit] Discography[edit] Solo albums[edit]

THE ROOTS. HOW I GOT OVER. DC x WUTANG BRAND Product Photos | Wu-Tang Clan Blog Home / Blog / DC x WUTANG BRAND Product Photos Post Detail Posted OnNovember 15, 2013 Written ByWu Tang Clan Filed InBlog DC x WUTANG BRAND Product Photos Website by A Nerd’s World A$AP Mob M83 : Saturday = Youth Wu-Tang Clan's 'Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)' at 20: Classic Track-By-Track Review I didn't enter the Wu-Tang on November 9, 1993, the date that "36 Chambers" was released. I, like many others, discovered that they were nothing to fuck with years later -- specifically, 11 years later, when a friend gave me a 2004 compilation album, "Legend of the Wu-Tang Clan," that I wore out in my bedroom stereo and which required that I purchase the group's origin story. At that point, Wu-Tang Clan was three years removed from their uneven fourth album, "Iron Flag," and no one knew when a follow-up was coming. I discovered and grew to fiercely love the Wu-Tang Clan years after they swarmed onto the scene and detonated hip-hop conventions -- and that's always been sort of the legacy of the Wu, and specifically their bulletproof debut. Since "Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)," the Wu-Tang Clan has released more great music than they're typically credited for -- but "36 Chambers" is their landmark effort. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Full Force Full Force is an American group of R&B singers and producers from Brooklyn, New York. Members[edit] B-Fine (Brian George) - drums and drum programmingShy Shy (Junior Clark) - bass guitarPaul Anthony (Paul Anthony George) - vocalsBow-Legged Lou (Lucien George Jr.) - vocalsCurt-T-T (Curt Bedeau) - guitarBaby Gee (Gerry Charles) - keyboards B-Fine, Paul Anthony, and Bow-Legged Lou are brothers, Shy Shy, Baby Gerry and Curt-T-T are cousins. History[edit] Production and songwriting[edit] Although not included on the soundtrack, Full Force's track "Ain't my Type of Hype" was the track used in the dance battle scene with Kid'N'Play. Recording[edit] In 2007, on its Columbia release Legendary, the group has a song dedicated to Oprah Winfrey titled "We're Feeling You, Oprah." Thump Records, a label known for its freestyle compilations, released the group's first greatest hits compilation. Acting[edit] Recording Discography[edit] Albums[edit] Singles[edit] Filmography[edit] References[edit] External links[edit]

Animal Collective — Welcome Wu Tang Clan Wu Tang Clan “The W” 2000 epic por José Alberto Valverde Sirva el disco elegido como pretexto para hacer memoria. Los orígenes del rap hay que buscarlos entre las grietas del asfalto de Nueva York (es decir, Scorsese-Reed-Charyn-Warhol-Madonna-Schnabel-Shreve, Lamb and Harmon) porque fue allí, a mediados de los 70 donde se gestó. Concretamente, el rap forma parte de la cultura hip-hop cuyas formas de expresión viven en las paredes en forma de graffiti, en los músculos de los break-dancers y en los armarios que no cierran atestados de ropa amplia (los pantalones caídos por debajo de la cintura son invento de los presidiarios que se ven despojados de sus cinturones y al cumplir condena, el hábito sobrevive extramuros). Los padres de esa cultura o movimiento podríamos decir que fueron las street-gangs o bandas que proliferaron en los 60 a raíz de la decadencia del Bronx. un trabajo imprescindible en español disponible en esta web a un sólo click Clive Campbell aka Kool Herc

ThemeAddict: WWE The Music, Vol. 6 ThemeAddict: WWE The Music, Vol. 6[2][3] is a compilation album released by WWE in 2004. It mostly features recent theme songs of wrestlers on the roster at the time. The album reached a peak of #38 on the Billboard 200[4] and #2 Billboard Top Soundtracks chart.[4] Track listing[edit] Notes[edit] The CD was released with a bonus DVD which featured the songs set to entrance videos. See also[edit] Music in professional wrestling References[edit] External links[edit]