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    Can u please Tell me whuts goin on here ?

    Im Thankful 4 every info
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    Yeah. They were a very short-lived group back in the early noughts. I think Kinetic mentioned in an interview back then that they (4th, Shogun, Supedo, Beretta), were kicking it in the 36 Chambers studios back then, and they all clicked. Got to writing and eventually got into a zone. They ended up recording a few tracks after some sessions and decided it was worth persuing as a group.
    A lot like Two on the Road at the time, they hyped themselves up a lot, and promised an album soon. But as is often the case in the Wuniverse, nothing really materialized - save for a couple of demo joints. It sounded promising, and I was hyped for anything involving 4th.
    Then Supedo got banged up for being a kiddy fiddler, and nothing more came of The Orphanage.

    I'm guessing Shaka Amazulu must have a set of keys to 36 Chambers or something. He seems to have unlimited access to a lot of hitherto legendary material from defunct and inactive Wu groups. I don't know how he does it. I will check this Orphanage album out. Hopefully he has the Two on the Road album and Holocaust's Escapism up his wizard sleeve.
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    I remember that project... The few tracks I have heard were dope as hell. Unfortunately they never released an album... But Lord Superp passed away many months ago, so there is no chance to finish this anyway.

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    It's the bastard sons of Killarmy and their Pedo foster dad...


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    Who were the Wu-Babies?
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    i remember random shit i dont need to know lol
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    I’m downloading this Orphanage album now. A lot of these tracks were in the Wuki package years ago. There’s a few RZA beats if I remember correctly.


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    Maybe Shaka Amazulu was an engineer who wrote into his contract that he could have copies of the material he worked on? Or maybe there was no contract and dude just backed everything up to a personal HD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mantis_fist View Post
    Maybe Shaka Amazulu was an engineer who wrote into his contract that he could have copies of the material he worked on? Or maybe there was no contract and dude just backed everything up to a personal HD.
    He is an enigmatic figure to be sure. I do not know if he was ever an engineer, but I do know he was involved with Black Stone of Mecca. Other than that, I do not know his connection to RZA. I am just confounded that this dude has worked with so many Wu members, and obviously has an ocean of material, yet hardly releases anything. He has prick-teased us with countless snippets and tracklists this past decade; but never an album in sight, save for some compilations on Spotify. The past few years, he has also magically released material from legendary groups (once confined to the Killa Beez archaic past); groups like Ancient COINS; Beggaz; Wu-Syndicate; Black Knights; Royal Fam etc.. etc..
    The dude is obviously connected, and I am impressed with his commitment to giving Killa Beez some shine; but I have never heard Rza mention him - and that seems strange to me. I only ever remember Remedy being passed the torch to be responsible for the Killa Bee stuff - yet Shaka seems to be the one who has taken the initiative, and worked with the whole Wu universe (okay Cilva, you did it too, not that we will get to hear it).
    On a side note - I really do hope this guy has access to Holocaust's Escapism, and releases it to the grateful Wu fan horde!
    If anyone can shed some more light into Shaka and the depth of his involvement with RZA/Wu, that would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mythrandir View Post
    but I have never heard Rza mention him - and that seems strange to me


    Actually, half of BSOM's releases are just compilations, most of the tracks are fly round net for a long time, Shaka just compiles joints in CD/vinyl with a cute covers, especially for collectors. But the other half is pure emerald, according to the tracklists on the Discoqs.

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    Name: The Orphanage - The Orphans
    Genre: Rap | Hip-Hop
    Year: 2019
    Label: Black Stone of Mecca / The Orphans Recordings
    Group Members: 4th Disciple (Killarmy, Wu-Tang Killa Bees), Kinetic 9 aka Beretta 9 (C.I.A., Killarmy), Shogun Assasson, Lord Superb (American Cream Team)
    Featuring: RZA, Hell Razah, Killarmy, Cilvaringz, Tash Mahogany, Shorty Real, C.I.A, Ganz, Remedy
    Producers: 4th Disciple
    Format: mp3 | 320 kbps
    Duration: 00:53:50
    Size: 123 Mb
    Description: New / 4th Disciple, Beretta 9, Shogun and Lord Superb at a time in history were all living and recording from B9's house and home studio known as The Orphanage and hence forth this rare and unreleased recordings during Wu-Tang's epic and golden era. Recorded around 2001 - 2003..

    Tracklist:
    [01:19] 01. Fight Smack In The Orphanage Psa
    [01:40] 02. Who's Wu-Tang
    [01:32] 03. Orphanizm
    [03:27] 04. Self Saviour
    [03:01] 05. Show Down feat. Hell Razah
    [01:53] 06. Funfilled Event feat. Killarmy
    [02:07] 07. Becky
    [01:40] 08. Blast For Dem
    [01:42] 09. Change feat. Tash Mahogany
    [02:47] 10. Morning
    [02:13] 11. Steubenville / Back In The Day
    [03:55] 12. When It Rains feat. Shorty Real
    [01:25] 13. Gunlingo
    [00:56] 14. Cant U See
    [02:47] 15. Liked Like
    [01:36] 16. Suzi
    [03:22] 17. Orphan Train
    [01:58] 18. Lessons
    [02:35] 19. What's Life About feat. Cilvaringz
    [04:55] 20. We feat. RZA
    [03:00] 21. Smoke Flow feat. C.I.A
    [03:49] 22. Eurorphans feat. Ganz & Remedy

    source: respecta.is
    The complete album is on Spotify.

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    Damn! Gotta check that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mythrandir View Post
    Yeah. They were a very short-lived group back in the early noughts. I think Kinetic mentioned in an interview back then that they (4th, Shogun, Supedo, Beretta), were kicking it in the 36 Chambers studios back then, and they all clicked. Got to writing and eventually got into a zone. They ended up recording a few tracks after some sessions and decided it was worth persuing as a group.
    A lot like Two on the Road at the time, they hyped themselves up a lot, and promised an album soon. But as is often the case in the Wuniverse, nothing really materialized - save for a couple of demo joints. It sounded promising, and I was hyped for anything involving 4th.
    Then Supedo got banged up for being a kiddy fiddler, and nothing more came of The Orphanage.

    I'm guessing Shaka Amazulu must have a set of keys to 36 Chambers or something. He seems to have unlimited access to a lot of hitherto legendary material from defunct and inactive Wu groups. I don't know how he does it. I will check this Orphanage album out. Hopefully he has the Two on the Road album and Holocaust's Escapism up his wizard sleeve.
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