If you keep eating McDonald’s, you gonna get sick. You need a real home-cooked meal. And I knew that that would be healthier. And that’s what Wu-Tang was: It was a home-cooked meal of hip-hop. Of the real people.”
RZA Gets His Kung-Fu Kicks in The Man With the Iron Fists
GZA: The Jam
An animated (literally) GZA recalls early visits to the Bronx, block parties, and a young RZA getting in trouble.
Why U-N-I-verse run like clock works forever?
Words pulled together, sudden change in the weather
The nature and the scale of events don’t make sense
A story with no warnin’ you’re drawn in, environments
Gravity that’s gone mad, clouds of dust and debris
Moving at colossal speeds, they crush an emcee
Since this rap region is heavily packed with stars
Internal mirror in the telescope, noticed the Czar
From far away, they blink as the lightnin’ strolled
Great distance of space between precise globes
So I’ve been rhyming about this stuff – it’s not anything new to me.
Check out RZA as Rakeem in : Oooh We Love You Rakeem EP (1991)