Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture Vol. 2: Enter the Dubstep

12 Nov


As soon as I heard about this project, I got hyped.  Fuck … I mean … it’s Wu-Tang Clan and dubstep.  What’s not to love?  Yea … then I heard the first two singles.  From that point, I knew I was gonna be disappointed.  The singles were poorly executed and probably some of the worst tracks on the project.  Then I got the whole album the other day.  At first I thought it was complete garbage.  It’s just a bunch of Wu-Tang affiliate dubstep remixes.  However, I must admit that a few of the tracks have grown on me.

Normally I would drop the whole release, but I don’t feel like getting a c&d today, so I am just gonna post a couple of tracks that weren’t featured as singles.  You can decide if you want to take the time to find the rest of the album.

DOWNLOAD:  Killah Priest, M-80, Doe Boy, & Son One – Keep Hustlin’ [Trillbass Remix]
DOWNLOAD:  Raekwon x DJ Paul – Let’s Get It [Evol Intent Remix]

2 Responses to “Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture Vol. 2: Enter the Dubstep”

  1. CHL November 16, 2009 at 5:35 pm #

    You realize “Keep Hustlin'” is all Indy cats, save Priest, right?

  2. Grey greasy November 20, 2009 at 1:08 am #

    I thought some of the beats were kinda weak dupstep beats with cool raps over it and the dope dubstep beats had litttle to know rap on it.

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