Infected Worldmind

Politics and Culture. A Tonic.

Who am I?

I'm general counsel for a medium-sized tax-exempt organization that helps court-involved and other at-risk populations clear barriers to success in the community.

I'm also a development/fundraising professional and provide legal advice and guidance to start-up entertainment firms.

I blog at Between the Stations and occasionally contribute to Funnybook Babylon. My ever-expanding bookshelf is here. I infrequently write about food and take pictures.

I'm also the happiest new dad in the world.

That's everything.
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Posts tagged "RZA"

I share some thoughts about Brandon Graham’s King City, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and RZA’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx and the joy of being asked to fill the gaps for Funnybook Babylon. Unfortunately, the only Jay Electronica reference is in the title.

Tick Tock. Pusha T, Raekwon and Joell Ortiz. Produced by Frank Dukes and S-1. From the Man With the Iron Fists Soundtrack. My god, this song is dope. via Nah Right.

"The Devil is a lie
You ain’t broke bread until you taste the Devil’s pie
They say his laugh sounds like an angel when he cries
What better camouflage then when a halo’s your disguise
Those wings don’t fly…”

Pusha kills this verse (not to take anything away from Joell or Rae, who are also pretty ridiculous).

essentiallydazzling:

Living Life by RZA’s Wu-Tang Manual is never a bad idea.

essentiallydazzling:

Living Life by RZA’s Wu-Tang Manual is never a bad idea.

Grand Master Zig Zag Zig Allah.

(via getmejoehallenbeck-deactivated2)

-Gone, by the RZA ft. James Black, Justin Nokuza and Kobra Khan. RZA, who’s been exploring a career in film with the help of Quentin Tarantino, dedicated the track to Sally Menke, the late editor of many classic Tarantino films. Every once in a while, RZA reminds you that he’s the best doing it.

The red-band trailer for RZA’s first movie, Wu-Tang v. Golden Phoenix. I don’t know what to say about this… is this intended to be a Black Dynamite style satire/homage? h/t Shadow and Act.

Jimmy Smits, RZA and David Ramsey? Sure, why not? h/t Shadow and Act.

Great interview, conducted by John Sellers of trueslant.com. h/t Nah Right. Check out the A/V Club interview as well, it’s pretty entertaining.