“Wu Tang Forever” features appearances from RZA, GZA, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa, Cappadonna, and Jackpot Scotty Wotty. It’s the Wu-Tang Clan’s 20th anniversary, so after all U-God goes to be dropping a solo venture. Golden Arms releases a new single called “Heads Up,” featuring GZA and Jackpot Scotty Wotty. It’s exhausting to elucidate these selections as anything aside from a fast hit of consideration from a new era and maybe an ego increase that comes from a young artist desirous to work with them. Either way, the Wu should want more for themselves. As 2018 marks WU-TANG CLAN's 25th Anniversary, founding member U-GOD aka Golden Arms reminds us that the Clan members get better with age, releasing his new mixtape BRING BACK GOD II. The tape embodies all the makings of a classic; motion packed with Kung Fu anecdotes, fiery freestyles over today's hottest tracks (Cardi B's, 21 Savage/Quavo/Metro Boomin & G-Eazy), unique remixes produced by the legendary DJ GREEN LANTERN, together with U-God's classic verses on WU-TANG hits, blended by DJ Homicide. This is a vital tape for any WU Fan. The bodily model of The Keynote Speaker features a newly illustrated fold-out of the album’s cover, a futuristic increase box inspired by U-God and Wu-Tang terminology and slang. Brownsville, Brooklyn native U-God moved to Staten Island as a youth. Growing up on the Island in Park Hill not far from his cousin Method Man, Inspectah Deck and Raekwon had been his childhood friends. He later turned good associates with Cappadonna, then RZA and Ghostface, and he began rhyming underneath the alias Golden Arms, primarily based on the Kung-Fu film The Kid with The Golden Arms. Cloyingly earnest rapper Logic has announced a brand new mixtape, Young Sinatra IV, that shall be out on the end of the week. Whatever. What’s most notable about the announcement is the official tracklist for the project, which contains a song referred to as “Wu Tang Forever” that features the entire Wu-Tang Clan. RZA, GZA, new high limit slot videos , Raekwon, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa, Cappadonna, and somebody called Jackpot Scotty Wotty—which absolutely trumps Childish Gambino within the Wu-Tang generated name contest—all seem alongside Logic in what truthfully may be their most desperate attempt at sustaining relevance yet. The album which incorporates visitor appearances from Wu-Tang members GZA, Method Man and Inspectah Deck as well as verses from Styles P, Elzhi and Kool Keith, is govt produced by RZA who additionally produced on the album. Scotty Watt or Scotty Wotty is somewhat-recognized Wu-Affiliate. Babygrande is proud to announce the re-signing of U-God of the seminal hip-hop supergroup, the Wu-Tang Clan. U-God Recruits Raekwon, Inspectah Deck & Scotty Wotty For "Epicenter" U-God Feat. Logic Proves Wu-Tang Clan Still Ain't Nothin To F With On "Wu-Tang Forever" Logic Feat. There’s little case to be made right here for Wu-Tang signing themselves up for these low cost visitor spots with rappers they probably ought to hate. Are we actually supposed to believe that Wu-Tang factor Logic is actually good? This was true after they needed to seem on an all-star remix of the Drake song known as “Wu-Tang Forever” or after they were giving Childish Gambino road cred on his Royalty mixtape.