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Wu Tang Clan’s voice of reason, the GZA, takes time out to talk about his new albums, the importance of natural creation and his new books. Never one to be flustered by the conventions of modern industry politics and pressures, GZA is as methodical and blunt as his vocal stylings, as we talk the future of the Wu Tang Clan in 2010. Is there a new full group album on the way? Listen and find out.
Allah Mathematics is working on the The New Wu (Ghost/Rae/Meth) album and joins us full of optimism and anticipation for what lies ahead for the Wu Tang collective. He reveals more details about The New Wu album, including producers and expected features and even sends us an exclusive never-before-heard track that he has produced. Essential listening for all Wu Tang fans worldwide.
Strong Arm Steady are in jubilant moods, as Krondon and Phil Da Agony welcome in 2010 with a full discussion of their new Madlib-produced opus, In Search Of Stoney Jackson. Krondon also delivers exclusive news regarding himself and Brother Ali and all in all, these guys cement their name as some of the most dedicated and important artists in our scene.
Above The Law grace us with their time and deliver an interview of classic proportions. Cold 187 and KMG take us on a candid journey through their career, citing the realities, the pains but most importantly – the reasons why they single-handedly changed the soundscape of westcoast music. They offer raw accounts of such sensitive topics as the passing of Eazy E, Suge Knight, Dr Dre, ‘The Chronic’ and of course their brand new album, set for release this summer. These guys are written in the history books of hip hop but only get a paragraph when they deserve their own page – hopefully this interview will help to increase people’s awareness.

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