mrmofosaunders: Manthe Ribane / @ribaneribane…


mrmofosaunders:
“ Manthe Ribane / @ribaneribane and her sister Tebogo Ribane / @113_studios in classic man & women pose. Poses meant to separate, help differentiate and create divides. Does it matter in a modern context? Clothing by @edun #futuresula...

mrmofosaunders:

Manthe Ribane / @ribaneribane and her sister Tebogo Ribane / @113_studios in classic man & women pose. Poses meant to separate, help differentiate and create divides. Does it matter in a modern context? Clothing by @edun #futuresula #newswenka styling by @therealcrystalbirch production by @lampostsa

Wu Tang Presents… Wu-Massacre by Method Man,…


Wu Tang Presents… Wu-Massacre by Method Man, Ghostface Killah & Raekwon
Wu-Massacre is a collaboration studio album by American rappers and Wu-Tang Clan members Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon, released March 30, 2010 on Def Jam Recordings....

Wu Tang Presents… Wu-Massacre by Method Man, Ghostface Killah & Raekwon 

Wu-Massacre is a collaboration studio album by American rappers and Wu-Tang Clan members Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon, released March 30, 2010 on Def Jam Recordings. Production for the album was handled by several hip hop producers, including RZA, Allah Mathematics, Scram Jones, Emile, Ty Fyffe, BT and Digem Tracks Productions.

The album was first announced in July 2009, when Method Man mentioned the project to MTV News, stating that he wanted to do an album with several other Wu-Tang members. He described the album as being a “Rae, Ghost and Meth album,” with “RZA-produced tracks, as well as some outside producers.”[12] Initially, the album was to be titled Wu-Massacre, and was later renamed Three the Hard Way, however, after the leak of the Wu-Massacre artwork, it was later re-affirmed as the official album title.[13] Though unsubstantiated rumors began to circulate that the project would be a new group, Method Man refuted these claims in a cover-story interview with The Source, stating: “By no means are we trying to start a group, that’s why I was mad as hell that people was jumping the gun and shit, asking us to name our group and all that. What the fuck we look like making a new group?”[14] Ghostface Killah also touched base on the subject in an interview with Rap Radar, stating “We not a group. We already in Wu-Tang. So it’s not like we trying to start a group. We don’t need that.