A truly terrifying international news wrap featuring vampires, satanic cults, will.i.am, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Fergie.
Morrissey and Lady Gaga have tour dates interrupted by illness, David Bowie teases another new song – all this, and more, in this weekend’s round-up of international news.
Rap City put together a line-up focussed on real hip-hop idols rather than transient fads. Legendary Wu-Tang swordsman Ghostface Killah teams up with Chino XL and DOOM at The Forum.
Featuring a line-up of some of hip-hop's finest provocateurs, Rap City made its' Brisbane debut at the Arena.
Two years after the inaugral Rap City, we're given a second line-up well worth the wait.
History is made every time a promoter is brave enough to put money down to bring out the wild, the unpredictable, the one and only Wu-Tang Clan and, with only a few notables in absentia, this occurred at Melbourne's Festival Hall last Saturday.
GZA/Genius treated the devotees at the Metro to 'Liquid Swords' in its entirety, as well as a few Wu Tang classics.
This gig was set to be one of the Metro City hip hop events of the year, alas it was a size 14 steel capped tan Dakota to the ribs of those who went there with high expectations
I just want to celebrate Like my first piece of nookie, Uhh I just want to celebrate We hype for just bein here