Ol' Dirty Bastard
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Chad Hugo Shares How Ol' Dirty Bastard Made "Got Your Money"
Tune into episode 168 this Sunday at 11 AM EST/8AM PST and 11 PM EST/8 PM PST when 10k and Justice joins Noisey Radio on Beats 1.
The Strange True Story of the Godfather of Conspiracy Theories
From Ol' Dirty Bastard to Alex Jones and Donald Trump, William Cooper's deranged ideas have been felt insanely far and wide.
Ol' Dirty Bastard Has a Cryptocurrency Because Capitalism Never Rests
The late Wu Tang Clan member's estate joins the bitcoin industry with "Dirty Coin."
Listen to a Newly Uncovered Ol' Dirty Bastard Song, "Obey Me"
ODB still wants you to obey.
Behind The Lens
Head to Photoville in Brooklyn to See Some Incredible Music Photography
Legendary photographer Janette Beckman's curated Dirty & Dirty—an exhibition of iconic, must-see music photography.
Kim Taylor Bennett
We Created ‘Guess Wu’: The World’s First Rap Board Game
It's like 'Guess Who?' only with Wu-Tang Clan members and affiliated artists, duh. Wanna get your hands on it?
Objectively Correct Lists
'Celebrity Deathmatch' Is Back So Here Are Its Greatest Ever Music Beef Bloodbaths
Back in my day, you could watch Marilyn Manson yank Charles Manson's spine right out his shit-bearded mouth.
J R Moores
Ten Years After His Death, New Yorkers Still Love Ol' Dirty Bastard
Considering the tenth anniversary of his death is right around the corner, I went out into the streets of New York to see what the people of Dirt McGirt's hometown have to say about his legacy.
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Impressions of Wu: Thoughts from the First Listen of Wu-Tang Clan's 'A Better Tomorrow'
We went to the listening party for 'A Better Tomorrow' and got dining advice from U-God. Plus, listen to a new song, "Ruckus in B Minor."
A First Person Account of That Time Ol Dirty Bastard Got his Welfare Check in a Limo
A chapter from the new biography 'The Dirty Version,' exclusively at Noisey
staff picks and good shit
Staff Picks and Good Shit for the Week of September 12
Here's what Noisey's editors were listening to this week as they mourned the death of the iPod.
Rap Was My Lifeline in Prison
I spent hundreds and hundreds of hours rapping, talking about rap, and listening to cassette tapes when I was an inmate. Without Ol' Dirty Bastard, Kool Keith, and Bootsy Collins, I really would have gone insane.