Bronze Nazareth Reveals Cover Art, Tracklist For "School For The Blindman”

UPDATE: The Wu-Tang affiliate enlists Raekwon, Canibus, Masta Killah, Inspectah Deck, RZA and more for his sophomore set.

Bronze Nazareth is gearing up for the release of his sophomore album School for the Blindman, set to be released through iHipHop Distribution on September 13th.

The LP features production almost entirely from Nazareth, as well as guest appearances from RZA, Masta Killa, Canibus, Killah Priest, Willie The Kid and The Wisemen.

School follows 2006’s The Great Migration, though Nazareth has released several albums with his group The Wisemen over the past few years. He also appeared on RZA’s Birth of a Prince and Raekwon’s Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang, as well as contributed to Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture, Vol. 1.

[June 28]

UPDATE: The tracklist and cover art have been revealed for School for the Blindman.

1. Intro
2. Jesus Feet
3. The Road (feat. Masta Killa & Inspectah Deck)
4. Fire Implanters (feat. L.A.D. aka La The Darkman)
5. Instrumental Interlude
6. The Bronzeman 2 (feat. Canibus) (Additional vocals by Raekwon)
7. King Of Queens
8. Instrumental Interlude
9. Fourth Down (feat. Salute Da Kidd, Kevlaar 7 & Phillie of Wisemen)
10. Fresh From The Morgue (feat. RZA)
11. Malcolm School Skit
12. Pictures (Stem Cells)
13. Records We Used To Play
14. The Letter
15. Gomorrah (prod Killah Priest)
16. Instrumental Interlude
17. Reggie (feat. Rain The Quiet Storm)
18. Farewell (feat. Willie The Kid)
19. Cold Summer (feat. Salute Da Kidd & June Megalodon of Wisemen)
20. Worship (feat. Salute Da Kidd, Kevlaar 7, & Phillie of Wisemen)




  • QuBix

    The Great Migration was one of the best albums of the last 15 years. Bronze can spit and produce. His lyrics are one of the best written words on paper that ever graced the rap game. You can take days to decipher a song made by Bronze Nazareth. The meaning and wordplay is just crazy. Production has always been on point. Best producer in the game right now and that's from the bottom of my heart. Keep it up man, can't wait for this album to drop. PS: The Great Migration = top 5 album in Hip Hop EVER!

    • Sunez

      Peace! You 100% right and exact on that one. Lyrically Bronze is one of the great poets. I agree Great Migration is classic and the best album of the last 5 years. Every verse from that album through Wisemen albums and Almighty etc etc are incredible. Peace, Sunez


    This my dude right here, he never dissapoints he has that Wu sound captured. Mostly like his soulfull beats, him and Cilvaringz are my favourite Wu producers of that later generation

  • Anonymous

    This is going to be fire. PS. It's "Masta Killa" not "Masta Killah".

  • NY

    It's that real hip hop shit, Bronze has always been good on production with that Wu sound. I like that actual members of Wu are getting on this album, but I'm probably most interested in the song with La the Darkman (I don't acknowledge him as L.A.D., if you followed him you'll know why), I just want to see if he still has talent or is he another wash up that only puts out one good album. It is nice to see La the Darkman actually do something Wu related cause he hasn't done anything with them in years since he started doing business with DJ Drama. We want that Heist of the Century again.

  • Anonymous

    this shit is too nasty. this is real music. real fuckin hip hop

  • Anonymous

    if you feelin this shit air it out on my video in the comments jus say some real shit

  • Jay Donohue

    Hands down, best producer out right now. No one can touch the Bronze Naz soul samples and drums. Counting down the days til this drops...

  • Anonymous

    Keepin' that Wu sound alive!

  • M-Eighty

    Proud of you man! School for the Blindman & The Academy 9/13

  • Anonymous

    i preordered this from amazon cuz this fukin site told me it was coming out in october/ september last year and then the shit just disapeared i thought it was never comin out plus bis and bronze is ill

  • Anonymous

    this is gonna be dope


    The Great Migration showed me that The Wu still had something on deck that was hot. Dude is more than nice lyrically...........and IMO as of now....his beats cater to more of that Wu sound than RZA. Especially for Ghost and Rae.

    • NY

      RZA is one of the producers that always are looking to try something new like Legendary Weapons/Chamber Music using a live band for beats for the whole album. I don't think he's lost the sound it's just he'll rather do something completely new & different.

  • junMaf*ckn

    "Slugs Thru Ya Papaya" wit Roc Marciano and Killa Priest is da Troof!!!

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