1. (O)ther (P)eople’s (P)osts, 4.25.14


    1. A Comprehensive History of Wu-Tang Clan’s Endless Beefs.
    The latest Wu drama ain’t nuthin’ new. By It’s The Real’s Jeff Rosenthal.
    [ Vulture ]

    2. Mixtape Memories with DJ Ron G.
    The legend speaks on making blends tapes, former beef with Kid Capri, and recording with 2Pac the same day he was shot at Quad Studio. By Daniel Isenberg (@StanIpcus).
    [ Nah Right ]

    3. 14 Reasons Why Trick Daddy Should Have His Own Food Show.
    According to the rapper’s Instagram, the Florida rapper can cook up a mean lobster ’n’ scrimp. (Caution: Live crabs) By Chris Schonberger.
    [ First We Feast ]

    4. Black Joy on Television: The Cultural Legacy of Soul Train .
    Three recent books detail the impact of Don Cornelius' funky television institution. By Stephen Deusner.
    [ Pitchfork ]

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    • curt mcgirt

      The Vulture article on the Wu is equally sad and not surprising. As a fan I would rather them not make an album if all parties are not on the same page. The group has been on wax for 20 plus years but has been knowing each other in various circles for longer. Business, friendship and family make it difficult to reconcile when $$$ is involved.