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Thread: Inspectah Deck announces new album "Chamber No. 9" & hints new Wu-Tang album in 2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotnikks View Post
    Remedys only good song was Never Again. His debut album is wack.
    Ever hear Ambush? That is pretty dope.

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    Ambush is sick. There should be a video for that.

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    Just heard It, good track actually cappa sounds like pillage era here.

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    I'll add one more track to the remedy List "Chant the Anthem". Even though Killarmy spit old bars on there it's a banger.
    Only a few years ago Hip Hop purists may have felt superior listening to hard core while their less enlightened companions snacked on commercial rap. As Shaolin research began to point out the overwhelming benefits of raw production, true hip hop enthusiasts started turning back to traditional styles. Wu-Tang in particular, has been shown to myriad beneficial effects, from warding off ignorance and poverty to reducing the risk of incarceration and death.

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    Yeah all three emcees came off on that track. Remedy should produce more stuff because his tracks are pretty damn good. It seems he is more of a background player now and occasionally spits

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    I thought Calm but Deadly was quite good too.
    Remedy and Solomon make a good combo.

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    His first album is aight. Not bad considering he produced all but 1 track. I prefer him with other MCs on the track. So like u guys said the ones with RZA, Cappa n Solomon r dope. That dude Clocka was nice too. Remedy keeps saying the album with KP is coming. I wouldn’t mind that at all. Peace

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    Warning was also nice. Produced by 4th disciple i believe.

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    Track list is up on Fat Beats site. Street, Cappa and Trife are guests. Production is from dudes I never heard of. Peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by josborne3680 View Post
    Track list is up on Fat Beats site. Street, Cappa and Trife are guests. Production is from dudes I never heard of. Peace
    Thanks for the info,
    I dont like that tracklisting, i exept more from deck , no wu features and the producers are unknow for me !
    Why he dont work with his brothers??? They are everytime togheter with concerts...
    It s not hard to get some features...
    Im so disapointed but we will see

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    Quote Originally Posted by truemath4th View Post
    Thanks for the info,
    I dont like that tracklisting, i exept more from deck
    Why? Dude has shown thyme and again that he's clueless as a solo artist.
    Check out my new live instruments track, 'It Doesn't Matter Anymore'...

    https://soundcloud.com/user-34780775...matter-anymore

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    There's always the chance that Deck has discovered Hip Hop's next legendary producers for his album.

    After all, thats usually the case when rappers hire unknown producers with zero internet presence.

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    Danny Caiazzo Producer : https://m.soundcloud.com/dannycaiazzo/silver-rocks-1

    The « Live From » beat looks like a bronze beat.
    Last edited by Antonelli; 06-22-2019 at 06:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonelli View Post
    Danny Caiazzo Producer : https://m.soundcloud.com/dannycaiazzo/silver-rocks-1

    The « Live From » beat looks like a bronze beat.
    What I heard is dope!

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    https://www.fatbeats.com/products/in...hamber-no-9-cd

    Shaolin Rebel
    No Good
    Russell Jones
    Can’t Stay Away
    Na Na Na
    Chamber No. 9
    Certified 24 K (feat. Hellfire and Cappadonna)
    What It Be Like
    Game Don’t Change
    Dolla Signs (feat. Mz. Gemini)
    Who Run It (feat. Hellfire and Streetlife)
    Fire (feat. Trife Diesel)
    Brothers Keeper



    Inspectah Deck is one of the founding members of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan. Celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), 2019 has seen the re-emergence of Wu-Tang. From Good Morning America, to Jimmy Fallon, to ringing the bell at the stock exchange, to the WuTang District naming, Inspectah Deck and his crew have been busy. With an iconic documentary currently airing on Showtime and a docu-series coming up on Hulu, Deck and the Wu have embarked on the current Gods of Rap Tour and have a complete U.S., Live Nation tour following.

    The veteran wordsmith has enjoyed a successful solo career as well. Going back to his ground breaking debut, Uncontrolled Substance, to The Movement, and Manifesto, Deck isn’t afraid of stepping outside the box. He has achieved underground success and critical acclaim from his CZARFACE albums with 7L and Esoteric, including recent albums with DOOM and Ghostface, respectively. Now, the Shaolin MC is back with a banging new solo album titled, "Chamber No. 9" featuring Deck shining on the mic over some classic gritty production.

    His video for "Game Don't Change", the first single, will surely open some eyes. Album guests include Cappadonna, Streetlife, and Hellfire. Production is handled by up and coming Danny Caiazzo and Boo Bundy. 'Chamber N0. 9' is certainly another brick in the wall for Deck and the Wu legacy. Get ready to enter a brand new chamber!!!


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