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Wu-Tang Clan is Still Nothin’ to Mess With

Posted by dancehallhips on October 14, 2007

I heard rumors of this song and now it’s starting to surface. Wu-Tang Clan featuring Eryka Badu, John Frusciante, and Dhani Harrison (George’s son). The song’s a spin off of the Dhani’s Daddy’s “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”.

Wu-Tang Clan – “The Heart Gently Weeps”


2 Responses to “Wu-Tang Clan is Still Nothin’ to Mess With”

  1. Bruce Wayne said

    For mature lovers of real rap music and the world wide culture known as Hip-Hop…the new Wu_Tang Clan album, “8 Diagrams” will not only be a relief from the cell-phone ringer like production and the teenager wish list rhymes of radio rappers, but it will also restore your faith in the strength of the Wu Brand.

    The above mention song, “The Heart Gently Weeps” shows the mental, musical, and artistic growth of the clan while they bring in A-list artists to help bridge the gap from hardcore rap to the
    Beatles. Too many rappers are “sticking to the script” and giving the blood thirsty public tells of gangsters and women. The sound of the album is very diverse and you can tell RZA has broken down many of his musical barriers to give all of us multi-layered beats that are far more complex than your typical rap song.

    The vibe is still Wu however. The lyrical sharpness of the clan is so impressive, I was holding my head at the stop light last night after the third song! Method Man has returned to his unstoppable grimey flow that raised him to superstar level. “Campfire” and “Gun Will Go” sounds like Method just went crazy and dared the other clan members to keep up. However, Masta Killa; U-God, and Raekwon deliver some jaw dropping verses in their own right.
    The most touching was the clan’s tribute to their own. “Life Changes” is such a classy way for each (besides Ghost) to express themselves over the loss of the late Old Dirty Bastard. Realness can’t be faked, but it should be treasured.

    The only thing you can really hold against this album is why Ghostface Killah drops off the cd after track six? Of course, for those in the know, Ghost and Rae aren’t happy with the overall direction of the new effort. Too Bad. Why? It’s a shame when a creator can’t see their own genius. This album is a complete marvel and a sobering message to those that have been entertained by mind-numbing rap music for far too long. Sure like all Wu albums, you may have to listen to it 3 or 4 times until you get it. However, this is a superior cd and should be considered for Rap Album of the Year when hardware is passed out. I guess Wu-Tang really is forever.

  2. c-masta said

    long live wu. 8 Diagrams is a nice change from the usual same old shit called rap we hear today. hope they keep pumping records out all i wanna hear is the wu.

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