Fifteen years ago when Ghostface proclaimed “you god damn right I f–k fans” on the track “Mighty Healthy” — Nathan Sellers may have been one of the millions of fans listening. In a recent episode of Divorce Court, Sellers accuses his former lady, Lia Palmquist, of sleeping with all members of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan.
Paul McCartney reveals songwriting secrets to a bunch of college kids, Calvin Harris releases new music with Gwen Stefani, Eminem and Jay Z‘s greatest hits get remade as lullabies and more on Last Lap.
Halle Berry holds the title of every rapper’s fantasy woman, and she’s got the stats to back it up. With more than 20 songs that reference her unparalleled beauty, the Oscar-winning actress is definitely among the most name dropped person in hip hop history. In honor of her 48th birthday, we’re celebrating by collecting the best songs that feature a shout-out to rap’s perennial It Girl. Brace yourself -it’s a long list.
As the Wu-Tang Clan prepares to release a new album, the group’s unconventional dissemination plan is getting more attention than the fact that new music is on the way. The venerable hip-hop collective is creating one pressing of its LP, with the single copy being presented to fans as a traveling museum exhibit.
As novel as that strategy may be, members of the Wu aren’t the only artists who’ve tried to one-up the industry by playing around with standard distribution methods. Who else has gotten creative with album formats?
Regis Philbin is a broadcasting legend thanks to his long-time hosting gigs on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Live! With Regis and Kelly. He’s holds a Guinness World Record for spending more time in front of the camera than any other man, but now he’s about make a leap into a different kind of media. Ladies and gentleman, Wu-Tang Clan is about to get a brand new (and very old) member!