CNET's Brian Tong sits down with Wu-Tang's RZA at CES to talk about his new Boombotix bluetooth speaker, and the future of wearable technology.
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Wu-Tang at Bumbershoot must have pushed the loudest bass ever.
A data scientist studied how the vocabularies of popular hip-hop artists stack up against the Bard. The results are awesome.
We usually stay clear of celebrity gossip, but hearing about James Franco getting caught inviting a 17 year old to his hotel room on Instagram is too oily to ignore. We'll also tell you about the genius marketing strategy of Wu-Tang's next album and why it's well worth 5$ million, the reason you should steer clear of Harvard's library, and what it looks like to physically enter someone else's social media feed.
Last week, a video of an sign language interpreter working at a Wu-Tang show had plenty of music lovers wondering about the job. We'll investigate today on the woman behind the signs.
Last week, a video of an sign language interpreter working at a Wu-Tang show had plenty of music lovers wondering about the job. Today we'll investigate the woman behind the signs.
EXCLUSIVE: The man behind Def Jam, who brought hip-hop to the masses, is out to create stars on YouTube through the newly-created All Def Music. And he's teaming up with the world's largest music company to do it.
You'd think that there'd be at least one respectable video game with a hip hop tie-in, but they all seem to come off super corny like 50 Cent's "Bulletproof." Can Snoop Lion's upcoming title "Way of the Dogg" redeem the industry for decades of missteps? We'll examine all angles on today's 404 episode.
Today is the 19th anniversary of Enter the Wu-Tang Clan (36 Chambers), so today we're broadcasting as our Shaolin pseudonyms Inspectah Jeff, JYu-God, and Ol' Dirty Nunez.