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  1. claaa7
    01-13-2010 05:13 AM
    claaa7
    yeah you're right, 4 songs a year is really low lol.. but i doubt he can make a living off only music based on that cuz as far as I know he ain't a DJ as far as touring goes. quality over quantity though and hopefully he saved alot of heat for that "Master Craftsman" he's supposed to drop on BabyGrande. btw I read that the Raekwon track "Olympus" is supposed to appear on that LP.

    yeah i'm gonna start working on 4th Disciple in a minute, but i think it should be separate posts for RZA, True Master, 4th Disciple, Allah Mathematics and maybe Bronze and Cilva, cuz they much more prolific than say Rebel INS, and we can lump together the rest.
  2. claaa7
    01-12-2010 06:38 PM
    claaa7
    yep that definitely works better.. it's gonna be a great section/discography when it's finnished, very useful for Wu fans.

    btw the True Master discography looks about right, but i admit i was a bit suprised the first time i compiled his shit to find only like 60 joints. at least he's never hit us with a weak joint!
  3. claaa7
    01-12-2010 10:12 AM
    claaa7
    exactly. i'm very unsure about who's the actual producer off that record, as you say "Move" which appears on the same track is credited to Dilla and the sample that's used for 'Renaissance Rap' was originally used by Dilla on the track "featuring Phat Kat" from 'Welcome to Detroit'. don't know
  4. claaa7
    01-12-2010 09:15 AM
    claaa7
    "Renaissance Rap" is a hidden track on 'The Renaissance' which have the same beat and same Q-Tip verse but the remix with Rae and them was never released more than onto the internet and radio.

    it is however included on one of Raekwon's mixtape, i think it was "Staten Go Hard Vol. 1" so use that as album for the song.
  5. claaa7
    01-12-2010 08:36 AM
    claaa7
    aight didn't know that, "Renaissance Rap (Remix)" and "Skew It On The Bar-B" is some nice ish.

    btw i'm more or less done with the RZA discography now. i'm completing 2009 right now in a .txt file so i'll update that real soon.
  6. Drunken Monk
    01-12-2010 06:35 AM
    Drunken Monk
    thx fam
    x)

    take care brock
  7. claaa7
    01-10-2010 11:07 AM
    claaa7
    exactly.. yeah i was thinking the same, i think size 2 is enough actually, especially when it's in bold, and the years could be in 3 or 4.

    or maybe we could have the title of the release in 3 and the song title(s) in 2 and year in 4. we'll try and see what looks best. pz
  8. Mumm Ra
    01-07-2010 06:53 PM
    Mumm Ra
    hah good lookin out - i haven't heard that joint in ages, took me back
  9. THE MASON
    01-06-2010 01:11 PM
    THE MASON
    hahaha, i jsut noticed you had a thread in GC. thanks for the rep as well.

    cats love to hate
  10. New Hills 36
    12-31-2009 02:39 PM
    New Hills 36
    cheers fot the rep. Ur thread has been really enjoyable. Thanks bro - keep up the good work

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