Check out this exclusive Aspecks footage taken last weekend at the Forum, London as the Wu-Tang Clan rolled into the UK. With original members Raekwon, O.D.B (Rest in Peace) and the RZA (producing a film with Tarantino) unable to make the trip, it was left to Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Inspectah Deck to take center stage. And whilst we did not want any beef, the Wu-Tang certainly brought the ruckus as Method Man in particular worked the crowd into a hyped frenzy during performances of a range of timeless hits including C.R.E.A.M, Da Mystery of Chessboxin’, Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing Ta F’ Wit and of course the classic Method Man. [read more..]
Just Any Modern Musical Topics You Might Enjoy and we certainly enjoy the musical variety, the verbal dexterity and the energetic performances of Aspecks Affiliates JAMM TYME. Of course regular visitors to the Aspecks website will be familiar with the many collaborations that we have undertaken with JAMM TYME from printing t-shirts to freestyles and most recently on the music video for “Get Your Money Out”. Check out a few pictures we captured of the guys during the weekend of the Global Citizen Photo shoot. JAMM TYME t-shirts will be available to purchase in the Aspecks shop this summer!
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Our friend and resident web designer Kaizen Star has been involved in every step of the Global Citizen Video process ever since Aspecks asked him to make a beat for the Global Citizen Campaign back in September last year. As usual the man behind Kaizen Designs did not disappoint and the funky tune he delivered was perfect for JAMM TYME to rhyme on. Since the initial recording session not only has Kaizen has finessed the song several times, editing, cutting and mastering the final version, but he also helped organise the photo and videos hoot, introducing Aspecks to the superb Disk & Jockey Modelz as well as the multi-talented Tman the Hustler.
We have to tip our hat to the wonderful Juanita Euka who graced the Global Citizen song with her dulcet tones! Not only does Juanita sing with a choir as well as two (or is it three?) bands including Malambo Music, performing to audiences around the UK, but she also writes and performs her own music so make sure you keep your eyes and ears peeled for Juanita’s solo album. You can catch Juanita performing with the excellent Wara regularly across the London area and the Glastonbury Music Festival this summer.
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