U-God

12.1.16

The VICE Morning Bulletin

US ethics office (maybe sarcastically) praises Trump's vague promise to leave his business, Kanye West heads home after hospital treatment, thousands of military vets plan protective human shield at Standing Rock, and more.

4.6.16

Ten Behind-the-Scenes Photos from a Decade of the Wu-Tang Clan

British photographer Eddie Otchere spent a decade trying to capture all ten MCs together.

8.12.15

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?

11.10.14

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.

11.4.14

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."

9.15.14

I Played Chess with GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan

As a rap nerd and a chess fan, how could I not try to challenge God Zig-Zag-Zig Allah in "the game of kings." I knew it would be difficult, but everything in life is simply a series of moves. I just had to make the right ones.

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9.6.13

The Wu-Tang Clan Talk Obama, Gay Rap, and ODB

After the Wu-Tang Clan finished the final leg of their 20th anniversary tour in London this summer, I stopped by their hotel for a chat. When I showed up, all eight members were milling around, and I sat down with U-God and Ghostface Killah to talk...

7.23.13

U-God of the Wu-Tang Clan Is Finally Speaking His Piece

With his new album, Keynote Speaker, out today, we caught up with U-God to talk about the state of rap, the paradigm shift that the record industry is undergoing, squashed beefs, life on the streets, and what the future holds for him and the Wu...

12.1.01

Too Drunk To Rock

If crack vials were ghosts, ODB would be Pac-Man. After being caught with a pocket full of marijuana and various other Schedule III narcotics, there's no question where