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Wu-Tang Clan’s Raekwon Places His Focus On Building A Business Empire After A Decades-Long Run In Hip-Hop

Wu-Tang Clan has made it clear that they are nothing to f —k with since the release of their debut album, “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)” in 1993. Nearly three decades later, nothing seems to have changed, at least not for original member Raekwon. While the legendary emcee was one of the leading rhyme assassins for the groundbreaking New York hip-hop group, he also reached great success as a solo artist starting with his platinum-selling debut, “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx…” — a.k.a “The Purple Tape.”  

Ngozi Nwanji

Mar 17, 2023

Wu-Tang's Raekwon To Open Hashstoria Cannabis Lounge In New Jersey

Raekwon is taking his talents further into the cannabis industry.

Ngozi Nwanji

Feb 15, 2023

Nearly 18 Years Following His Passing, Ol' Dirty Bastard's Children Claim To Have Yet To Receive Money From His Estate

Issues over Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s estate have risen once again. New York Post reports that the late Wu-Tang Clan member’s children are claiming that they haven’t gotten any share of it.

Ngozi Nwanji

Jul 5, 2022

Ol' Dirty Bastard's Widow Files Lawsuit Against Wu-Tang Clan Over Unpaid Royalties

In another case of music industry relationships gone wrong, Ol’Dirty Bastard’s (ODB) widow is suing Wu-Tang Clan over unpaid royalties. According to Complex, Icelene Jones, who is the administrator of ODB’s estate, has officially filed a lawsuit against the legendary Hip-Hop group. She claims that as a founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan, her late husband is owed at least $1 million in royalties. The lawsuit has been filed in the New York Supreme Court and references a recording contract from 1992 that reveals that founding members ODB, Ghostface Killah, GZA, and Raekwon were to receive equal amounts of 50 percent of royalties from the group’s catalog.

Shanique Yates

Feb 10, 2022