[NEW] Wu-Tang: Family Reunion | RAEKWON + KOTD June 29

Discussion in 'Battle Video Archives' started by ghostofmooks, Jun 5, 2013.

  1. TripWire

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    What are the battles tho?
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  2. casual1

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    i guess both? my employer is the government haha.

    but iight.

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  3. ghostofmooks

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  4. ReverseOsmosis

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    Blacastan is so ill. I love his older stuff from like 07 a lot more than his newer shit. But much respect for throwin' him and cloud on the bill.
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  5. DancesWithCock

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    lmao @ op thinking he did big things during his weekend. I bought new curtains and made over 90 dollars putting things on shelves PROFESSIONALLY.

    His corny ass be puttin on concerts and shit, lmao, what a dweeb.
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  6. ghostofmooks

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  8. casual1

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  9. ghostofmooks

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    my man!
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    3xthoroughb just said "strictly beatmaking." You're talking about directing movies, etc. I don't think anyone's questioning his success or his business sense.

    Any oldhead who listened to Wu from day one knows he fell off and when he fell off. He still produces bangers here and there but he'll never match the quality and sheer volume of classics he produced in the mid 90's. I think it's a combination of the fact that he set the bar so high for himself and the fact that he doesn't focus 100% on making beats anymore.

    It's mostly the "little nerds," as you put it, that don't understand that because a beat he made in '93, '03 or '13 is all the same to them because they just heard it all for the first time yesterday. RZA deserves the utmost respect for his contributions and influence, but let's be real.
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