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RZA has occasionally reappeared as Bobby Digital since debuting the persona in 1998 with Bobby Digital In Stereo, but it’s been 13 years since he’s done so when he put out 2008’s Digi Snacks. Today, however, he’s returned with a new Bobby Digital track called “Pugilism” and the promise of a new album called Bobby Digital: Digital Potions. As Rolling Stone points out, “Pugilism” is a track that RZA has talked about before in conjunction with his long-in-the-works album The Cure but seems to have landed as a Bobby Digital song. Listen to it below.

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Wu-Tang producer/rapper announces upcoming LP Digital Potions, the first Bobby Digital album in 13 years For more, check out: (Source)

Have you ever really stopped and thought about how intricate and difficult the process of making a successful album must be? There is, of course, the basic issue of inspiration. Every artist must wring something out from deep within themselves and try to make it cohere outside in the world, make it tangible enough that it communicates something to the listener — and even icons have their struggles with writer’s block. You might come up with seven or 10 brilliant compositions, but then still have nothing lyrically, or vice versa. And that’s just the writing. There are the players, the recording circumstances, the money, the ability or luck that results in a once-in-a-lifetime performance. While not quite on the level of, say, a major blockbuster production, it can be dizzying to consider the amount of factors that must fall into place for something as comparatively contained as an album to work. It’s a wonder we get as many great ones as we do.

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Cut Throat City director talks finding peace during quarantine, what to expect from Season Two of An American Saga and why society “following all the precepts of humanity” is what makes this country great For more, check out: (Source)

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Awesome rock & roll reads, from Keith Richards and Patti Smith to Slash and Nikki Sixx For more, check out: (Source)

Downtown Music Publishing today announced the signing of global publishing administration agreements with Wu-Tang Productions and Diggs Family Music, and owners Robert “RZA” Diggs and Mitchell “Divine” Diggs, to represent the iconic hip-hop group’s interest in songs from its back catalog of classic albums — as well as select works co-written or produced by individual Wu-Tang Clan members for solo releases, affiliates and other artists. The writers represented under the deals include co-founders Ghostface Killah, GZA, Inspectah Deck, Method Man, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Raekwon, RZA and U-God. “We are excited to be partnering with Downtown and entrusting them to handle […]

The post Downtown Music Publishing Signs Deals To Represent Wu-Tang Clan Catalog appeared first on Music Connection Magazine.

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Martin Shkreli, you may recall, is the former big pharma CEO and punk record label silent partner who became infamous for inflating the cost of the drug Daraprim from $13.50 to $750 per pill. Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, you also may recall, is the mysterious one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album Shkreli paid $2 million

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The 2020 Emmy nominations were announced today, and this year, there are a bunch of people from our world getting recognized in the TV world. HBO’s fascinating Watchmen continuation is the leading contender with 26 nominations, and two of those, Outstanding Music Composition For A Limited Series, Movie Or Special and Outstanding Original Music And…

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It’s become a quarantine-era tradition: Spending an evening zoning out on your phone while you watch two middle-aged men struggle with technology, talk shit to each other, and take turns playing their own classic rap and R&B hits. This whole thing began last month, when Timbaland and Swizz Beatz spent a few hours attempting to […]