Monday, January 14, 2008

U-God Suing Wu-Tang's Record Label?!?


Yes indeed, according to TMZ.com, U-God is in fact suing Wu Music Group (a subsidiary of Universal) for "failure and/or refusal to fulfill its financial payment obligations." Those payments amount to $170,000, according to Mr. God, whose is best known for failing miserably on every Wu-Tang track he has ever appeared on. Lowlights include his Wu-Tang Forever solo track "Black Shampoo" and his 8 Diagrams Cappadonna colab "Tar Pit." Of course, that's just the bottom of the barrel, and you can catch a painfully boring verse on many a Wu track, including, unfortunately, much of the Wu-Tang's divisive new record (which is perhaps one of the reasons the album is so divisive to begin with). So, yeah, he's suing Wu Music Group, and I wish him luck, I guess.

3 comments:

Kelly said...

are you crazy? u gods verses are some of the hardest on every wu album

Anonymous said...

U-God has a right to sue the label- If it says in the contract he is to be paid- then he is to be paid. Even though his verses are phenomenal. Whoever wrote that Post doesn't listen to Wu-Tang Clan.

Anonymous said...

U-God has a right to sue the label- If it says in the contract he is to be paid- then he is to be paid. Even though his verses are phenomenal. Whoever wrote that Post doesn't listen to Wu-Tang Clan.