Friday, August 22, 2008

Daps for Genius'...G-Z-A Salute

From making rounds with Prince Rakeem (RZA for the lames, Bobby Digi for the numbnuts...) under the moniker The Genius, to founding and pioneering the most legendary gutter music ensemble in history, The Wu-Tang Clan, GZA has not stopped delivering and dropping consistent classic records. Insert moment of silence, now inhale greenery, then absorb the following observation: he gave us "Liquid Swords" for fuck sake! Where he not only spit but directed 4 videos himself for the cut, just a brief peel through history for the earth inheriting children perusing through my golden posts. Now, with GZA's sixth studio album entitled "Pro Tools" circulating the avenues, Pimpin' Pens salutes our artist of the month with some of The Genius' iller joints, bless.

GZA: "Liquid Swords"

GZA feat. The Rebel INS: "Cold World"

Grandmastas: "General Principles"

B-B-Bonus New Junts!

GZA: "Papar Plate"Paper Plate (50 Cent Diss) - GZA

GZA feat. Rock Marciano: "Short Race"Short Race (featuring Rock Marcy) - GZA

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Wedding Favor Pens said...

I love GZA and i have a couple of things to say The Wu-Tang Clan rapper released “Pro Tools” on Tuesday. On Saturday, he’ll dig into the vaults to play his 1995 album “Liquid Swords” in its entirety at the Phoenix Theater.

Will we even hear any of the new stuff?

“That’s the dessert now that comes with the meal,” says GZA, relaxing on vacation in Las Vegas before he takes the stage Saturday night in Petaluma.

It’s not that he’s stuck in the past. His lyrical history just has a way of lingering. In a little over a decade, “Liquid Swords” — a gritty street epic peppered with samurai film samples like “Shogun Assassins” and guest appearances from most of the Wu-Tang posse — has become a hip-hop classic.

Torrance Stephens - All-Mi-T said...

long live the WU