Wu-Tang drop surprise new song

2014-08-07 by IronGiant | 22 Comments
The infamous Wu-Tang Clan have unveiled a new track from their upcoming October release, A Better Tomorrow, titled 'Ron O' Neal', which they performed live last night on The
Daily Show with Jon Stewart.



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IronGiant
August 7th 2014
1539 Comments


GZA doesnt even get a verse btw and the songs chorus is laughably bad

oltnabrick
August 7th 2014
35835 Comments


Smh if you thought this was going to be good

Xar
August 7th 2014
1652 Comments


what oltna said

anarchistfish
August 7th 2014
25881 Comments


wu tang drop surprise poo all over our brand new carpet

IronGiant
August 7th 2014
1539 Comments


i didnt but this was way worse than what i expected

T5Cx
August 7th 2014
155 Comments


Lol the fuck is raekwon doing

unromance
August 7th 2014
90 Comments


WU TANG KILLER BEES WE ON A SWARM.

Song sounds very average.

bloc
August 7th 2014
42470 Comments


Damn, some of the vocals haven't aged one bit, I'm impressed.

The beat's too upbeat though ugh, wish they'd get all dark and murky. Hook is annoying too.

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SpinLightTwo
August 7th 2014
1045 Comments


i like meth and ghostface as usual


dbizzles
August 7th 2014
9432 Comments


Saw the Shaolin in SLC last Thursday, but they didn't play this.
More importantly, Run the Jewels opened.

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SpinLightTwo
August 7th 2014
1045 Comments


rza's verse isn't so good

Dunpeal
August 8th 2014
4118 Comments



40+ year old rappers. always a winning strategy

MMX
August 8th 2014
5012 Comments


hate that hook

dawija1017
August 8th 2014
676 Comments


There's something really awkward about watching 12 grown ass men all trying to look badass on a stage

SpinLightTwo
August 8th 2014
1045 Comments


I get that it must feel awesome to have a crew that you vibe with on stage but seriously how odd it must be.

Scoot
August 8th 2014
18699 Comments


they were pretty mediocre live a few weeks ago

all of them were drunk and late

808muzik
August 8th 2014
1111 Comments


raekwon why

PoodleRapist
August 8th 2014
268 Comments


what's with these hooks? the verses are still good (particularly on keep watch) but the hooks are awful

IronGiant
August 8th 2014
1539 Comments


methods verse is the only one i like

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
August 8th 2014
7512 Comments


Jon Stewart slays. Gonna check the song asap.


Edit:

the video won't show up due to copyright issues, bummer...


Edit2:

this video works, no song though..: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85xgEhjrtO8

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DatBeefPudding
August 8th 2014
1837 Comments


hooks are bad

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clander270
August 10th 2014
371 Comments


Holy fuck this is disappointing. I mean it's not terrible but Wu-Tang can do way better than putting out mediocre shit like this for a comeback record.



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