GZA

GZA: MIT & Harvard Trip Is Filled With Scientists & Rap
There's a reason Wu-Tang founder GZA is known as the Genius.
The 45-year-old rap legend has earned his title, perhaps most of his Wu-brethren, due to his terse, tactile lyricism, and role as the wise consigiliere of the Clan, so it should come as no surprise to fans that his recent lecture at Harvard…
GZA Developing, Not Starring in TV Series
Over the weekend, news spread that GZA and his manager were creating a new show for FX about their experiences in the music industry. Reports said the show would touch on an existential aging rapper and younger white manager trying to keep him afloat...
GZA Brings His Life to a FX Comedy Series
Several members of the Wu-Tang Clan have dabbled in acting, but member the GZA is taking a different approach. The Genius, who appeared in a segment as himself with Bill Murray in 2003's 'Coffee and Cigarettes,' will have his life portrayed on the small screen in a half-hour comedy du…
GZA, DJ Premier Rock With Newcomers at CMJ 2010
Last night, hip-hop returned to New York City's Le Poisson Rouge for another spin at the CMJ 2010 Music Marathon. The showcase, headlined by the GZA and DJ Premier, was put on by iHipHop Distribution and Frank151. Other acts included frequent Curren$y collaborator Trademark Da Skydiver, Tabi Bonney,…
Raekwon, GZA and DJ Kool Herc Rock ATP NY
Every year, the All Tomorrow's Parties music festival, or ATP NY, picks a curator for its third and final day's lineup. This year the privilege went to filmmaker Jim Jarmusch. A lover of Wu-Tang Clan, Jarmusch famously used a RZA score for his 1999 urban samurai film 'Ghost Dog: Way of the Samurai,'…
GZA Says ‘Liquid Swords 2′ Due This Fall
This year marks the 15th anniversary of GZA's 'Liquid Swords' -- one of the most successful solo albums ever released by a Wu-Tang Clan member. 'Liquid Swords' was a musical blockbuster that went platinum and earned massive critical acclaim
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