Frankradio & Ihiphop Distribution Announce “Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture Vol. 2: Enter The Dubstep”

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A / “Deep Space” Featuring RZA & Lord Jamar (Jay Da Flex & Yoof Remix)

B / “Love Don’t Cost (A Thing) / Still Grimey”
Featuring Icewater, Method Man, U-God & Prodigal Sunn (Nebulla & Dore Remixes)

FrankRadio and iHipHop Distribution are proud to announce the highly anticipated follow-up to 2005’s “Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture Vol. 1” On November 10th, the newest and freshest sounds in underground electronic music encounter the grimiest and most hardcore hip-hop click in this one-of-a- kind album: “Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture Vol. 2: Enter The Dubstep.”

As Vol. 1 sought to introduce hip-hop fans in general, and specifically, the famously large, loyal and diverse fan-base of the Wu-Tang to the burgeoning world of underground hip-hop, so Vol. 2 seeks to expose another untapped resource of underground talent, skill and artistry to this very same avid andintrepid fan-base.

The project serves a double purpose as well: many of the pioneers and practitioners (DJ’s and producers) in the Dubstep world came up in a time when Wu-Tang ruled the international airwaves. Unlike much commercial hip-hop, the immediacy of Wu-Tang’s sound spoke to many outside of the scope of the typicalhip-hop fan, across oceans and at home. Their music and style helped to shape an emerging artform that hadn’t yet defined itself. Now, in 2009, as dubstepcontinues to grow, expand and encompass more styles and subgenres, the Wu- Tang sound is reintroduced into the mix, to spawn a new and unique musical crossbreeding, that is greater than the sum of its constituent parts.

This groundbreaking album is trail-blazing the collaboration between Dubstep and Hip-Hop, with stomach-pounding, bass-thumping guttural beats, and gully, gritty and grimy lyrics that break into the next decade in the chapters of eachrespective genre’s history. With Scuba, Parson, Trillbass, Dakimh, DZ, Rogue Star, Stenchman, Datsik & many more producing not remixes, but complex re-interpollations that include a veritable goldmine of Wu-Tang verses from thevaults that feature Raekwon, Ghostface Killa, RZA, GZA, Method Man, U-God & Masta Killa, Wu affiliates Killah Priest, Bronze Nazareth, Prodigal Sunn, Solomon Childs, Son One & more, and guest spots from Busta Rhymes, MFDoom, Pimp C, Three 6 Mafia, Ras Kass, Vast Aire, Canibus, Lord Jamar & many more, this one of a kind compilation is at the forefront of an emergingcultural and musical blend that is taking place on the margins of the mainstream, but will be talked about for years to come….

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