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RZA Defends Kanye West for Meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump

RZA is defending Kanye West for meeting with Donald Trump, although he vocally supported Hillary Clinton during the election.

Azealia Banks Falls Apart During 'Access Hollywood' Interview on Alleged Russell Crowe Assault

Azealia Banks fell apart during a recent interview with 'Access Hollywood' on the alleged Russell Crowe assault. The “212” rapper accused the Oscar-winning actor of spitting on her and calling her the N-word before booting her from the party on ...

Azealia Banks Not Signing Record Deal with RZA Following Alleged Russell Crowe Assault

It appeared her career was on an upswing, but Azealia Banks won’t be signing a record deal with RZA following the alleged Russell Crowe assault. She is allegedly backing out of the deal because the rapper refused to back up her version of the ...

Azealia Banks Reportedly Assaulted by Russell Crowe in Hotel Fight, Files Police Report

Azealia Banks was reportedly assaulted by Russell Crowe in a hotel fight on Sunday evening (Oct. 16) and has since filed a police report. The incident reportedly occurred at a Beverly Hills hotel and Banks first responded by going to the Beverly ...

Azealia Banks No Longer a Trump Supporter, Signs Record Deal with RZA of Wu-Tang Clan

Following a widely publicized endorsement of the controversial Republican candidate Donald Trump, Azealia Banks is says that she is no longer a supporter. Her career also appears to be on an upswing, as she just signed a record deal with RZA of ...

RZA of Wu-Tang Clan Endorses Democratic Candidate Hillary Clinton for President

Taking a nod from Ghostface Killah, RZA has stepped forward to endorse Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for president. In a new interview, RZA has detailed his reasons for his vote of confidence in Clinton, including how the perception of America ...

Ghostface Killah Taking Over for RZA, Talks Upcoming Wu-Tang Clan Reunion Album

For the upcoming Wu-Tang Clan reunion album, Ghostface Killah will be taking over for RZA and leading the group towards new music. The group’s projects have often been marred in the past by disagreements between members, but there will be none of ...

Banks & Steelz Share New Song 'Giant,' Ready Debut Album for Release This August

Interpol's Paul Banks and Wu-Tang's RZA today announced the debut album from their collaborative music project, Banks & Steelz. The duo shared new track "Giant" from the forthcoming LP, 'Anything But Words,' coming this August via Warner Bros.

Interpol's Paul Banks and Wu-Tang's RZA Are Banks & Steelz, Hear Their Ghostface Collab

Paul Banks, Interpol guitarist and vocalist, and Wu-Tang Clan rapper and resident producer, RZA, today unveiled their new collaborative project, Banks & Steelz. The duo dropped debut cut "Love and War" featuring the Wu-Tang's Ghostface Killah.

Petition to Have Snoop Dogg Narrate BBC's 'Planet Earth' Has 31K Signatures

Do you remember that hiliarious short animal clip that Snoop Dogg narrated? Because of that video, people are petitioning to have Snoop narrate BBC's "Planet Earth." And the petition? It already has 31K signatures on it.

RZA says Ol' Dirty Bastard Biopic Movie Could Happen Thanks to 'Straight Outta Compton'

According to a new interview with Wu Tang Clan leader RZA, we can thank the success of 2015's Straight Outta Compton for possibly moving the long gestating Ol' Dirty Bastard biopic movie into pre-production. Yes, we've been hearing about this film ...

RZA Responds to Criticism Over His Comments Regarding "Black Youth"

Leader of the Wu Tang Clan, RZA, recently made comments suggesting that African American youths should dress differently as not to provoke the aggression of police officers. He is now responding to the criticism over his comments.

RZA on Twitter: "Of Course Black Lives Matter. All LIves Matter"

The rapper/producer took to Twitter to express his frustration over police brutality and the American justice system.

RZA: Pharma Bro Martin Shkreli Can Do 'Whatever He Wants' With Wu-Tang Album

After learning that hated pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli had bought the $2 million Wu-Tang Album "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin," RZA says the former CEO can do what he wants with his purchase.

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