In Charlotte, NC rumors have circulated and has been founded that rap impresario and Wu-Tang Clan member, Raekwon aka Corey Woods unfortunately isn’t the prime example of a stellar father. Tabatha, mother of his eldest child, Cori, (his name sake) was recently removed from her mother’s custodial care not by a court order or by choice, but due to the irresponsibility of Raekwon.
To further add fuel to the fire, Ms. Lewis, single working mother who has recently fallen upon hard times, is in fact due several thousand dollars in child support from the Wu-Tang member. Tabatha talks will Futuristic Blogger of HipHopNews24-7.com exclusively to share her story. This is only part 1 of a 4 part interview.
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I love that Method Man still has fun wit this , when the camera is on he got it still bars still flame on , and this kid Big Stats is solid as well but I want to hear more I can tell it was a teaser warm up flow cyphers always get better in the later rounds of flowing thats when the beast can come out . Any way leave your thoughts and comments
Check out Murs talking about his event and who will be performing. This should be a dope show once again. Check it out.
Method Man says that GZA and RZA wrote must of the rhymes. Well I wish ODB was still alive to hear what he had to say about this. And if it is true it only makes the hip hop story even better. You have to think that these guys came from nothing. The great attitude Wu-Tang had to have for RZA and GZA to even do that. I mean for Wu Tang it was You For Me and Me For You. These guys were really a team and a tight knit. Who cares if RZA and GZA wrote most of the rhymes. The thing is the released ODB’s album and they did it together. A lot of crews can not do this. It takes another type of thinking to be able to help one of your brothers and then let them get the credit when it is all said and done. (Rest of the Article Below).
Method Man recently broke down his top 25 most essential songs for Complex.com, speaking on how he met up with Notorious B.I.G. and how he initially didn’t want to release “All I Need” as a single. But one of the most dynamic revelations was that Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version was penned mostly by RZA and GZA.
Speaking specifically on his feature “Raw Hide,” Meth explained why RZA and GZA had to take on rhyme duties for the 1995 LP. “The majority of the verses on that album are old RZA rhymes and GZA rhymes,” he said. “’Approach the school, 9:30, you’re late,’ that’s RZA’s shit. I heard that shit when I was 14 years old. That whole, ‘Easy on my balls, they’re fragile as eggs,’ niggas said that in a rap battle in fucking 1989.
“Dirty took all their shit and made it his own and GZA ain’t say shit,” he continued. “Most of [Dirty’s verses] was GZA’s shit. I remember GZA and ODB got in an argument one night and GZA was like, ‘Nigga most of that shit you say on your fucking album is mines anyway!”
He did state that ODB wrote some of the songs, including “Brooklyn Zoo,” and stated that he himself wrote the first verse on Ghostface Killah’s “Cherchez La Ghost.”
Meth also dismisses comparisons between Odd Future and Wu-Tang Clan.
After praising Odd Future and Tyler, The Creator this past June, Method Man is ready to reach out to the crew for collaboration. Speaking with VIBE.com’s Mikey Fresh, Johnny Blaze explained that he wants to get production from the OFWGKTA ringleader.
“Right now I want to get that kid from Odd Future, Tyler, The Creator—I just want to hear some of the shit he got. He’s in that vein that I like as far as beats go,” he said, dismissing comparisons between OF and Wu-Tang Clan. “I don’t see any similarities, as far as the movement, maybe. But I don’t see any similarities because some of the shit they talk about. The shit we use to talk about was 5% Nation of Islam, Gods and Earth…you know, ‘block shit.’ Let them do them and I enjoy them. I’m not going to lie. And yes I do know more than just one song that they’ve done. Some of these people on Youtube and shit, they’re fucking incredible with their comments.”
While he’s looking to collaborate with Tyler on the production tip, Meth spoke on how previous attempts to work with Just Blaze and Timbaland didn’t go as smoothly as expected.
“We’ve tried. I’ve tried [Just Blaze] a few times and it just didn’t work out. Timbaland on the other hand, he would send you a skeleton beat and I can’t rock to a skeleton beat. I need an actual beat because when I write, I write to the music, so that didn’t work out.”
Year is 1998 Diddy just won best Hip Hop album and ODB before Kanye ever did! shows you how to pull of the interruption so flawless no one was even mad ……. or maybe its bc it was Taylor Swift and Kanye already had that G Bush episode , nonetheless heres to you ODB Supreme Reaction misses ya and Im sure your fans do as well. LMAO
also check out this classic cut! : Fav line “I don’t have no trouble with you fucking me But I have a little problem wit you not fucking me”
Documentary watch this indepth about ODB so misunderstood he was :