Wu-Tang Clan get all political and topical with their music video for “A Better Tomorrow” the title track from their new album, which you can stream in full right here. For “A Better Tomorrow,” the Clan utilizes scenes of protesters in Ferguson and New York reacting to the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner, respectively. In addition the visuals include President Barack Obama’s reaction to the events. It closes with a list of people who were reportedly killed by police. Peep the visuals for Wu-Tang Clan’s “A Better Tomorrow” after the jump.

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Raekwon, Vado & Go Dreamer contribute their bricks (verses) for Noisey’s forthcoming Rap Monument project (30 rappers from Young Thug to Raekwon to Action Bronson spitting bars as one unit) after already sharing Pusha T, Danny Brown, Nipsey Hussle, and Problem. More bricks are on the way; stay tuned. Peep Raekwon, Vado & Go Dreamer for The Rap Monument after the jump.

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Now that you’re streaming Wu-Tang Clan’s new album and have heard some tracks (“Love Don’t Live Here No More,” “The Battlefield,” and “Blood on the Streets”) from Ghostface Killah’s new album 36 Seasons it’s only fitting that your day continues with more Wu related ish. And lucky for you Ghostface is gonna give you that fix with another cut from his forthcoming 36 Seasons album. Today he has “Homicide” featuring Nems and Shawn Wigs. Peep the joint after the jump!

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The wait is finally over, Wu-Tang Clan’s first album in over seven years, A Better Tomorrow, is here. After teasing the album with singles like “Ruckus In B Minor,” “Necklace,” and “A Better Tomorrow” the Staten Island rap collective has made the entire album available for stream via YouTube. Take a listen through the album after the jump, which will be available for purchase beginning December 2.

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After finally announcing the release of their highly-anticipated, long-gestating new album A Better Tomorrow back in early October, Wu-Tang Clan followed it up by dropping two new tracks within a span of a few weeks. Those two new cuts being “Ruckus In B Minor” (which they performed on Letterman last night) and the gritty “Necklace.” Now Clan is back in the front, sharing the title track. A Better Tomorrow will be released on December 1 via Warner Bros., Wu-Tang Clan’s new home. Listen to “A Better Tomorrow” after the jump.

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Ghostface Killah continues the rollout for his highly-anticipated forthcoming solo album 36 Seasons (due out Dec. 9th) with a third AZ featured track. “Blood on the Streets” is the third (totaling five) AZ track Ghostface has shared thus far (the previous two being “Double Cross” and “The Battlefield”) from 36 Seasons. Listen to Ghostface’s “Blood on the Streets” after the jump.

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The release date for Wu-Tang Clan’s first studio album in almost seven years is quickly approaching and after dropping the track “Ruckus In B Minor” earlier this month the Clan is back in the front with “Necklace”. The cut features verses from Ghostface Killah​, Cappadonna, Raekwon, and GZA with production that will surely have you thinking Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). Classic ish. After the jump!

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A week back Ghostface Killah announced his forthcoming album 36 Seasons (his thirteenth full length album to date), which will be dropping December 9th. With that Pretty Toney shared the first single, “Love Don’t Live Here No More”. The second single, “The Battlefield”, however, is more on the gritty side featuring NYC all-stars Kool G Rap and AZ. It’s worth noting that in addition to “The Battlefield” AZ will be appearing on four more tracks on 36 Seasons. Listen after the jump!

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After surprising hip-hop heads with the announcement of his forthcoming studio album 36 Seasons earlier in the week and sharing a new cut “Love Don’t Live Here No More” Ghostface Killah returns with a preview of the album. The album features the likes of Kool G Rap, AZ, Pharoahe Monch, Rell, and more. Listen to the sampler after the jump.

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Here’s a treat for you kiddies: Ghostface (Killah, that is, for those who have forgotten) is releasing a new album on December 9th. And as a treat he’s sharing the album’s first single “Love Don’t Live Here No More”. The album, entitled 36 Seasons, will feature the likes of Kool G Rap, AZ, Pharoahe Monch, Rell, and more. Listen to the single “Love Don’t Live Here No More” after the jump.

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The wait is finally over. After announcing their forthcoming, long-gestating A Better Tomorrow will be released despite delays and inner group conflict the Wu goes and shares a proper follow-up to “Ron O’Neal” (released back in August, jeez!) with “Ruckus In B Minor”. If that isn’t enough to get Wu-Tang Clan fans hyped the new song opens with some words from the late great Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Listen after the jump.

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Here’s a blast from the past. Recorded way back in 1995, Raekwon has decided it’s now suitable to remix this oldie but goodie classic. Traveling back in time Rae jumps on Faith Evans’ 1995 classic, “You Used to Love Me” and polishes off the dust with a fresh, new verse. Rae has been blessing fans with these #TBT tracks and his remix of “You Used to Love Me” is a welcome addition. Check it after the jump.

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