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Masta Killa – Loyalty Is Royalty (Album Stream)

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

Wu-Tang OG Masta Killa returns with his fourth solo studio album, Loyalty Is Royalty. The 16-track LP boats guest features from a wide array of lyricists including his Wu brethren Method Man, RZA, GZA, Inspectah Deck and Cappadonna, as well as Redman, KXNG Crooked and the fallen legends Prodigy and Sean Price. For this outing MK tapped the likes of 9th Wonder, PF Cuttin, Dame Grease, !llmind and True Master on the production side.

Stream now below.

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Masta Killa ft. Sean Price – Down With Me (Prod. by 9th Wonder)

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

With his new album Loyalty Is Royalty out this coming Friday, Wu-Tang’s Masta Killa blesses us with “Down With Me,” the 9th Wonder-produced Sean Price collaboration from the project. This is vintage P and 9th.

Listen below.

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Video: Masta Killa ft. Method Man & Redman – Therapy

Thursday, January 26th, 2017

Following its debut as an Adult Swim Single back in December, Masta Killa’s “Therapy”, featuring Method Man and Redman, gets an official visual. The clip was actually directed by Meth and shot by U-God’s son, and the track will also live on the upcoming Loyalty Is Royalty album.

Produced by PC Cuttin.

Previously: Joe Young ft. Method Man, Raekwon, Masta Killa & Cappadonna – Crack Babies 2.0

Masta Killa ft. Method Man & Redman – Therapy

Wednesday, December 14th, 2016


Wu-Tang’s Masta Killa brings in Method Man and Redman for “Therapy”, a new cut from his upcoming album Loyalty is Royalty and also this week’s Adult Swim Singles release.

Listen below and be sure to check out Meth and Red’s appearance on the Juelz Santana’s new posse cut.

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Joe Young ft. Method Man, Raekwon, Masta Killa & Cappadonna – Crack Babies 2.0

Thursday, December 8th, 2016


Joe Young grabs some of Wu-Tang’s finest for a remix to his track “Crack Babies”, off the new album Invincible Armour, out tonight. Produced by Dame Grease.

Listen below.

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Wu-Tang Clan – Tim Westwood Freestyle (1997)

Thursday, August 11th, 2016


Woah. Tim Westwood hits us with a nearly hour long freestyle from Wu-Tang circa 1997 for this week’s Throwback Thursday drop. Joining Tim in the studio that day were Ol Dirty Bastard, The RZA, Method Man, Master Killa and U-God, and they absolutely took over the airwaves for a good 50 minutes, going in over a variety of beats including some of their own classics. This is fairly epic.

Listen below.

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To “A Better Tomorrow” and in Celebration of 21 Years: The 21 Greatest Wu-Tang Clan Albums

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

Wu-Tang Clan

Words by Paul Meara (@PaulMeara)

No group in the history of hip-hop music has released more classic albums than Wu-Tang Clan. And while it may be unfair to compare them to any other collective of emcees (they had 9+) there is no doubt their influence on hip-hop music was mad heavy. Their classic LPs spawned classic LPs.

After over two decades of releasing material and teaching the children that they ain’t nothing to fuck with, Wu-Tang and its aura is unquestionably unique. But that wouldn’t come without risk. During the time of the group’s inception RZA took a lot of chances and even some close to the camp would often question just what he was trying to do. The complex waters of each of RZA’s 36 Chambers were hard to grasp until you heard the music. The embattled chess match that each album presented (especially early) only added to the group’s intrigue and ability to stand out. From “Protect Ya Neck” to the Clan’s newest singles, Wu-Tang’s brand has grown thoughout the 90s, spilling into the 2000s and even lasting to the present day.

In honor of the 21 years since Wu-Tang Clan donned their debut album (and the release of their seventh group studio album, A Better Tomorrow) Nah Right has compiled as many albums, ranking them from 1-21. Only albums created by members of Wu or affiliates were included (sorry Wu Block and Blackout). Enjoy and always remember to “Protect Ya Gawdamn Neck!” as GZA would say. Continue reading this post…

Video: Wu-Tang Clan – Ya’ll Been Warned (Unreleased)

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

Here we have a previously unreleased video for “Ya’ll Been Warned” off the 2001 Iron Flag LP. The track features Method Man, RZA, Raekwon, Masta Killa and Inspectah Deck. It’s not often that a video that has been sitting for 13 years sees the light of day, so enjoy this rare trip back to 2001.

Previously: Wu-Tang Reflects on 20 Years

Video: Mathematics ft. Cappadonna, Masta Killa, Inspectha Deck & Method Man – Shorty & Four Horsemen

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

Wu-Tang’s Mathematics drops a new dual video for “Shorty” with Cappadonna and Masta Killa, and “Four Horsemen” featuring Method Man and Inspectah Deck.

Previously: Mathematics ft. Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, Method Man & Raekwon – 4 Horsemen

Wu-Tang Clan – Family Reunion (Radio Rip)

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Rosenberg and Ebro debut a new reunion cut from the Wu featuring Masta Killa, Ghostface and Method Man.

Previously: Wu-Tang Clan – Execution In Autumn | Wu-Tang x Tony Touch Live @ The Fever, Circa 1993