Inspectah Deck Denounces Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever," Denies Remix Involvement

Exclusive: Inspectah Deck says he respects Drake, but explains issue with "Wu-Tang Forever" title.

Soon after Drake released "Wu-Tang Forever," a selection off the Toronto rapper's new album, Nothing was the Same, Inspectah Deck tweeted his support for the song. However, once he heard the actual recording, Deck changed his opinion, saying that the song should not be titled "Wu-Tang Forever." Deck recently spoke with HipHopDX about the song and the much-discussed "Wu-Tang Forever" remix, said to feature Wu-Tang Clan members. 

"The understanding that I had from the song was that we was supposed to get on it, not knowing if it was the remix or the original song," Inspectah Deck said in an exclusive interview with HipHopDX. "I believe it was the remix. We was supposed to get on it. Given to me, from RZA, he wanted all eight of us on it. So while we were in Amsterdam, we even booked studio time to go in and get on that song and that was the understanding that I was left with."

This is something U-God discussed in an interview with VIBE recently.

“They wanted us to remix it and get on there [so] you gon’ probably hear another one with us on it,” U-God said. “Meth did his verse, we all did our verses. I wrote my rhyme in probably 15, 20 minutes. We were moving so fast we only had about four hours of studio time. If I had some time to really sit down and get juicy with it, I probably could've got juicier with it. But I still do a nice one, I still do a real banger.”

Inspectah Deck Says He Is Not Slated To Appear On Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever" Remix

However, Inspectah Deck noted that not all members are set to be on this remix. 

"I never made it on the song," Deck said exclusively to HipHopDX. "Actually, I went back to the hotel. Late night, I left. From my understanding, Meth got on the song, U-God, I think Masta Killah, Capp, not sure. But, I know that there were verses from the Clan on the song."

When Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever" leaked, it did not contain any Wu-Tang Clan members on the song. Some celebrated the song title, while others criticized it because it did not resemble a tribute to the Shaolin group. Many of these critics contacted Inspectah Deck before he had a chance to listen to the leak.

"Before I heard the song, I looked at my Twitter and I seen my Twitter blowing up," Deck said. "Everybody talking about 'Drake this, Drake that.' So I'm like, 'Well, what happened? Why are so many people coming at Drake? Ain't that a tribute? Ain't that love? Ain't that respect?' And I got a crazy backlash after that on some, 'Nah, man, it ain't no tribute. It ain't this, it ain't that. Maybe it's a publicity stunt, he's trying to use y'all.' That ain't what I was thinking, 'cause I ain't hear the song.

"When I finally got to hear the song, I was more or less like, 'Wow, I thought it was a tribute song like, it would be in respect of all eight members,'" Deck said. "And when I heard it, it was about a girl. I understood the context of where he was going with the song as far as 'It's Yourz.' He's saying that, like, everybody's telling him, 'It's yours.' Like, he owns it, whether he talking about the Rap game or the female. I understand in the context he's saying it. I felt it didn't have no bearing on the Wu-Tang Clan or Wu-Tang Forever for that matter. Besides the [fact that] I heard him say, 'Young brother on his Wu Tang.' That in itself gives respect to the Clan. I'm not taking that from the brother. Whatever his intentions was, I'm not saying that I'm feeling that he had some deliberate snake intentions. I'm saying that I disagree with the title of that song being 'Wu-Tang Forever' when it has no bearing on Wu-Tang Clan despite the fact that the 'It's Yourz' sample floatin' in the background. We sampled 'It's Yourz.' That's a sample. That's there for the taking. It's not like, 'Oh, he used y'all sample.' We both used T La Rock." 

Inspectah Deck Says It's Silly To Say Wu-Tang Earned Relevance Due To Drake

Despite criticizing the title of the song, Deck says his comments have not been fully understood. 

"Everybody took it out of context," Deck said. "I got a bunch of Drake fans attacking my Twitter page talking about, 'If it wasn't for Drake, we wouldn't be relevant right now,' and all of that. That's silliness, you know what I'm saying. Where I come from I come from the grain of this. I come from when brothers got punched in they mouth over a chain, if you wasn't rolling deep enough. These brothers is safe nowadays. They doing a whole lot of things that, when we came up in the game, it wasn't allowed. You couldn't even sound like or look like nobody else. That's the way I came up. So when I look at it like a tribute, I heard Snoop Dogg when he did the 'La Di Da Di,' for Slick Rick. He actually did the whole song over. That's respect. As an emcee, you don't even quote another man's rhyme. Or Nas when he did the ['U.B.R.'] 'Unauthorized Biography of Rakim,' he dedicated that whole song to the god, which is, kind of what I expected. 'Okay, the song is going to be about us like that.' Maybe we inspired him to do what he do. But, it didn't even sound like that to me. So when I heard the song I said, 'Yo, I agree with yall. It's not a Wu-Tang tribute and it shouldn't wear that title.

"But I didn't even grade the song," Deck continued. "Listening to the song though, it sounds like him. It sound like what Drake did, that's what Drake do. I'm not hating on the song. The song is what it is. He makes that kind of music. If you follow Drake and you a Drake fan, then you thinking, 'Nigga, this is everyday for him.' Whereas me, I'm looking at it like...that's like me saying I'm going to do tribute song to KRS One but my rhyme is about being in jail and I name it something else that ain't got nothing to do with it. You know, I can name it, 'Sound Of Da Police' or whatever the case. Just because I quoted the title doesn't necessarily connect KRS One to that. That's where I am with it. I'm like, 'Yo, the brother does what he does, man.' I'm not hating on Drake. If I saw Drake, I'd show him respect. I'd walk up, shake his hand. As a man doing his thing right now, it's his time. It's the young cat's time. I understand. But for me, I feel like I'm going to always be a part of Hip Hop. As long as they mention Hip Hop, you gotta mention Wu-Tang Clan, and when you mention Wu-Tang Clan, you gotta mention Inspectah Deck.

"It doesn't matter how many solo albums that I've done," Deck added. "I've only done two albums. I did Uncontrolled Substance, which [went] gold and I ain't even had no support. I ain't even have a whole lot of Clan members on there or nothin'. And I did The Movement, which sold 100,000 [copies] independently on my INS Production through Koch Records so I'm good. Anybody that know business, you know ten dollars a record, if you sell 50,000 records, you got a half mill already, depending on what your splits is and your taxes. So, I'm not sweating that man, I'm not sweating that I'm not on Hot 97 all day or I'm not Summer Jammin' it up. My influence is big, my G. I walk in the streets of Croatia and niggas don't touch me. I walk in the streets of Serbia and brothers salute. I'm one of them niggas. I'm worldwide. I'm official. It's not just the hood no more. The hood been supporting me. The hood ain't the hood like it was when I came up so there's a bunch of young cats coming around. They don't understand the thing. They didn't grow up in the same struggle as I did. These niggas is growing up with iPods, [when they're] 10 years old. But me, you had to get the fuck out the house, get up from under momma's way and go out there and be a man. You wasn't out there on the video games all day."

Inspectah Deck Says He Respects Drake, But Stands By His Criticism Of "Wu-Tang Forever"

When asked if he felt disrespected by the song, Deck explained his response.

"I don't even know how to take it, my brother," Deck said. "I just felt it don't need to be 'Wu-Tang Forever.' It should be called 'It's Yourz,' if that's the case. That's what the hook seems to be. That's what the main basis of the rhyme seems to be. So you can call it 'It's Yourz' and it would have the same impact. But to call it Wu Tang Forever'...unless the song is about the Clan like that, then it's cool. I'm like, 'Yo, if there's a remix coming out, it got brothers on it and you just wanted to leak this one first and then come back with the Clan in that strategy, that's not the understanding that brothers had in the beginning."

Deck was also asked if other members have expressed their opinions on the track.

"Nobody seems to be in the place to make a judgment on it," Deck said. "I got thrown in the fire for opening my mouth. Which I stand by my word, I'm not backing down from nothing I said. I respect the homie and what he do. We do something different over here and I felt the title should be something else and not 'Wu-Tang Forever.' And that's the bottom line. I can do a song about C-N-N and rhyming about Mary J. Blige and call it 'Big Poppa.' Just 'cause I'm quoting a niggas shit don't make it official."  

RELATED: Inspectah Deck Does Not Support Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever"

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239 Comments

  • Anonymous

    Fuck Drake and all his fans that dont really know SHIT about HIp-HOp!!!

  • namrah

    deck you is absolutely right !

  • Anonymous

    INSPECTAH DECK the dopest

  • Anonymous

    how come there wasn't this much backlash when take care came out and he named a song Underground Kingz and it was not in any way shape or form about UGK? People only hate when it's convenient. it's a waste of energy.

  • VizionMC

    I agree with bout everything Deck said.

  • real

    Deck is full of it. Rhymes have been recycled through the history of rap. And how can you talk about not using another mans work when you sampled another mans song to make yours. And this idea that you are tough because you punched someone in the mouth and took their chains back in the day and now n!ggas dont have to worry bout that makes him sound stupid as hell.

    • Dong

      He ain't sayin that Drake can't use the sample, he's just sayin that if you title a song after a rapper or group, it should be about them.

    • SoulSistaWU

      You are ignorant... Reading is fundamental. You OBVIOUSLY did not understand a thing you read in this article. P.S. Drake is a BitchBoy... BattyBOY!

    • Anonymous

      he never said anything about using another mans work

  • Destructive Criticism

    I just wish one dude, JUST ONE FUCKIN DUDE from The Wu could come out and say "Nah fuck this little Canadian faggot, that track is garbage and the name "Wu-Tang" shouldn't be coming outta dudes mouth, ever". I'd be much happier with the world if they weren't so scared to be disliked in the mainstream media that they felt obligated to jump on board with this shit, and even if not going that far, won't fully denounce Drake as a bitch ass wanna be tryin to be "aboot" shit, but really being an R&B faggot who can't sing worth shit so he uses auto-tune constantly.

  • Anonymous

    Wu-Tang-Clan 4 Life Drake is fake

  • Chris

    Im a huge drake fan but Deck's absolutely right. If you're gonna name a song Wu-Tang forever than you gotta respect the group and show them love in the song. The song was about a girl, its no tribute to them.

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  • bootsie

    "When I finally got to hear the song, I was more or less like, 'Wow, I thought it was a tribute song like, it would be in respect of all eight members,'" Deck said. "And when I heard it, it was about a girl. LMAO Deck reeally put this little bitchboy in his place

  • Young White Boy

    Drake is way better than wu-tang gay clan to many niggas susage feast! and they are way old give it up ya washed up holding on to spotlight cunt pOOOOOOOOfter's DRAKE G.O.A.T. nobody fucking wit him unique immortal Word!!!

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    • Anonymous

      You must be shitting me if you think Drake has had a better solo career then Method Man had when he was younger. Meth had plat and double platinum solo albums to start his career on top of movies etc. FOH

    • Come On

      @zerocool6687: first of all drake is a solo act and Wu-tang is a group. Secondly Wu-Tang is from a different generation and different style of hip-hop entirely so this argument is pointless, but if you want to compare although WU is the greatest hip hop group of all time, Drake has had a better solo career than all of them individually, and this coming when its harder to sell albums.

    • zerocool6687

      Wow your generation is fucking lost. Drake is nothing more than an ant to scrape off th bottom of ones shoes compared to the Clan. The track was fucking Garbage and Drake shows how much of A FUCK he is by using their name to create a buzz with a crowd that actually understands hip hop. Fuck you Drake and fuck this idiot at the top of this thread.

    • Anonymous

      "pOOOOOOOOfter" ?????????? Fuck outta here british fag, yall dont know shit bout hiphop smh. Fucking nation of queers

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  • I said it before

    ...and I'll say it again: The Wu is not down with Drake. Hip hop vs rap flavored pop shit. Yeah, maybe Drake is "hot" now, but where will he be in 2 years? Wu? Wu tang is forever.

    • fdhfh

      Wu Tang's still relivent man, I think they still have the record for most shirts sold then any other music group ever

    • I said it before

      Who gives a shit about what's "hot"? Is this a popularity contest? Is Drake running for high school president? Hype and hotness is bullshit. Real hip hop speaks for itself. Deck released one of the best hip hop albums this year with Czarface. Ghost is consistently tight. RZA had a great soundtrack with Man With The Iron Fists. Who the fuck is saying Wu isn't relevant?

    • Anonymous

      Raekwon just won this sites album of the year in 2009, and him and Ghost were both in the running for album of the year in 2011. Also have you heard of 12 Reason to Die? It was one of the higher rated albums this year and will be in the running for album of the year. You clowns are so one sided and bias, the Wu is still relevant today but not "Hot" so to speak, that I can agree with. They are touring right now as I type smh

    • Anonymous

      The 1st two Anonymouses are stupid pop fans who only follow what's "hot."

    • Anonymous

      Difference is the Wu make quality hiphop , Drake makes girly pop music. Plus alot of the Wu artists are having great Solo careers.

    • Anonymous

      ^HAHAHA good point!! All those people saying let's see where drake will be in x years time, where the f**k is Wu-Tang now??? They've been done for at least a decade! I can understand if u were talking about Nas or Jay cuz they still going strong now but WU? C'mon man stop it

    • Anonymous

      is wu tang hot right now? lol

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  • TOP10 MOST OVERRATED

    10. Wiz Khalifa Wiz has been a rapper that I have followed in the past few years. I love a lot of his songs but a lot of his material is the same. Other than weed, women, and living the good life, Wiz Khalifa doesnt have much more to say. Theres no substance in his words, but not everyone needs or wants substance. His delivery and the ability to throw a party by rapping is what makes him popular, not his ability as a rapper. 9. Bone Thugs N Harmony If you dont listen to a lot of rap, you wouldnt even know enough about this rap group to dispute this ranking. I do like them a lot, but I thought I needed to have at least one overrated rap group. Their flow is actually one of my favorites but most rap groups have great flow. Thats the point of forming a group. There are some songs they have that have some great lyrics, but in most of their songs, their verses are incoherent. That being said, their lyrics dont mean anything to me. This group goes way back and theyve got too much credit for how mediocre their entire career was. Anything after The Art of War was garbage, but people still love them because they werent full on rap. Their more recent albums have been criticized for being extremely violent. Strength & Loyalty, released in 2007,was tight but thats only because it had Mariah Carey, Twista, will.i.am, and many others. When you put BTNHs R&B rap flow together with someone like Mariah Carey, youre bound to get something great. 8. Drake Why couldnt he stick to playing Jimmy Brooks on Degrassi? NWTS just dropped and thats really the only reason hes on this list in the first place. The album isnt bad, but why are people so obsessed with him? I thought he was a teenage girl fad, but I had four personal friends tell me that hes their favorite rapper. Whats up with that? His flow and delivery is odd at times and I get the feeling that hes trying too hard. Most of his lyrics are about how no one believed in him and now hes on top. That type of material only gets you so far in the rap game and sooner or later hes going to need to pick up a drug addiction so he can give every one some fresh material. If it wasnt for Lil Wayne, Drake would still be trying to differentiate himself from Jimmy Brooks. Drake gets big names to get big results and thats why everyone loves him so much. 7. Method Man Dont get me wrong, Im all about Wu-Tang, but the fact of the matter is that Method Man hasnt done anything since Wu-Tang. This one doesnt even need to be broken down. He just doesnt have the musical talent that some people think he does. None of his material is different and he still delivers his lines with the same scratchy voice as he did in 1993. 6. Puff Daddy/ P. Diddy/ Sean Combs As the business man of the list, I had to make sure I drew the line between great rapper and great producer/ promoter. Look, Puff changed the rap game and helped many influential rappers make it big who otherwise would have never had a chance, but thats the only reason he was popular himself. Think of any song that you like that has Combs in it and tell me if any other artists are featured in it. He used HIS artists to help his own rap career. Type in P. Diddy on Youtube and look at what the first five options are. All five are songs that feature some other artist. When you listen to Diddys lyrics, you get the feeling that he definitely didnt write them himself, and his material is so cliche that it angers me to know people put him on Biggies level. Diddy has some great lines and uncanny ability to produce great songs but hed be nothing without those surrounding him. His only real musical creation worth noting is Ill Be Missing You, but of course thats also because Faith Evans kills it on the chorus. 5. Gucci Mane He isnt looked at as one of the greater rappers of all time, but too many people like him for him not be on this list. Lets look at one of his more well-known songs, Lemonade. The first verse is, My Phantom sittin on sixes, no 20s in my gun Your Cutlass motor knockin, because it is a lemon My rifle Georgia peaches, but you look more like a lemon These sour apple bitter bitches, Im not fuckin wit em Im truly stupid paid thats just how I feel today At no point in that verse does he rhyme one word. Obviously all rap fans dont need a lyrical poet to meet their needs, but come on Gucci, rhyming gun with lemon is just too far. 4. Snoop Doggy Dogg Snoop is definitely an icon of rap. Hell, hes been in the rap game for 20 years now. My problem with Snoop is the fact that hes been rapping songs for all twenty of those years. Other than a few singles here and there, the only good songs youll hear by Snoop are on Doggystyle or when hes featuring on The Chronic. Unfortunately, Doggystyle was his first album so since then, one could say that he hasnt recorded one good album. Look, Snoop Dogg is one of my favorite rappers but thats because of his personality. He started the for shizzle language for gods sake. Not to mention his never-ending crusade to get marijuana legalized is just oh so admirable. But when it comes down to how good this rapper has been throughout his career, Snoop just doesnt make the cut as one of the best rappers ever as he is presumed to be. 3. Lil Wayne What is there to say about Mr. Carter? Theres just too much to say. I love the fact that he is always trying to experiment with new sounds and that most of his music is free. Love it. But that doesnt make him a good rapper. He possesses many of the attributes above but it seems he isnt able to combine all of them to make one great album. And I always get that feeling that hes trying to change the game too much. Whether its his rock anthems or his hood ass shit with Hot Boyz, he tries too hard to get you to change your lifestyle to his. I always feel that sense of unsatisfaction after each Carter is released and that has much to do with the fact that he is a man of many singles. Ive been known to bump some Wayne every now and then but when you deem yourself, best rapper alive, you better get ready for some lash-back. 2. 50 Cent For me, 50 Cent represents all that is terrible in the new age of rap music. He was the pioneer of writing catchy hooks and shitty verses. He was no desire to rap about anything unless its about having sex or robbing people. Other rappers have some sort of basis to rap about. Eminem has his 8 Mile roots and tears himself apart every time he spits a verse. Kid Cudi has his inner demons and drug addiction that make his lyrics powerful to the listener. The only powerful thing thing that comes out of 50 Cent is his bellowing, G-Uniiiiiiiiit. The only song that I ever put on repeat by 50 was Candy Shop (the least creative rap song of all time), but hey, it was catchy. Ill give 50 Cent kudos in one category, hooks. Ill take you to the candy shop, Ill let you lick the lollipop, go head girl, dont you stop, keep going til you the spot (whoa), is pure genius for a hook but the rest of the song is horrendous. Ill break it down for you now, baby its simple, if you be a nympho, Ill be a nympho, in the hotel or in the back of the rental, are just some of 50 Cents lyrics in Candy Shop. Hes the type of rapper whom I can finish every one of his lyrics because he uses no puns or any play on words for that matter. The only thing worse than 50 Cents rapping ability is his acting in Get Rich or Die Tryin. Tupac For all those people about to come to my house because you got thug love for Pac, hear me out. Let me just start out by saying this, All Eyez on Me is still one of my favorite albums of all time and 2Pacalypse Now isnt too shabby either. The problem I have with Tupac is that by many peoples standards, he is the best rapper of all time. I would put him in my top ten favorite rappers of all-time easily but hes not the best and that is why he is on this list. Tupac Shakur is the most overrated rapper of all-time. Seeing it is Tupac, Ill give him the decency to break it down for you. Flow/Delivery- All Eyez on Me is by far Tupacs best album because he lays his rhymes down so effortlessly and all the words seem to fit perfectly. Bottom line, he was amazing on that album. But lets not forget, that same year OutKast released ATLiens and that album is a masterpiece as far as flow and delivery go. Now here is where most people make their argument on how Tupac is the best rapper of all-time; lyrics and storytelling. Dont get me wrong, Pac is one of the most influential lyricists that rap has ever seen but hes just not the best overall. When Pac released Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z in 93, people started to realize that he wasnt some ordinary thug from Oakland. The thing most people dont realize is that in 93, Enter the Wu Tang was released by the Wu-Tang Clan which I highly regard as the best lyrical album of all-time and rap group by the name of A Tribe Called Quest, released Midnight Marauders, which I believe is the best story-telling album of all time. Im not saying that you have to agree with me but I only ask that you think about other rappers of that time. If Tupac hadnt been killed, he wouldnt be the legend he is today. Because of that legendary status, in my book, he is the most overrated rapper of all-time.

    • Anonymous

      I respect your list but first off, method man is an AMAZING emcee, his freestyles and battle raps are unbeatable. The only reason i can see him on this list and because he doesn't know how to put together good albums. like the old school version of papoose. Second, if gotta say i cant stand gucci mane, but those lines definetly rhymed.

    • Anonymous

      Method Man could've been one of the GOATS, but going into acting and working with Redman I believe stunted his growth as an artist. Not quite sure how he ends up on this list though Method Man has improved drastically today from "HEY YOU GET OFF MY CLOUD" Lol

    • JTF

      ^I agree, the replies comment on why Tupac has the weight he does it is very much spot on. However, it appears to me the original commenter was simply saying that Tupac was not the best lyricist/rapper/storyteller of all-time. He did not say anything about his efforts as a Humanitarian, an Educator, an Actor, an Activist, etc. Perhaps the two aren't mutually exclusive maybe being all those things and being "The Best Rapper" are ....different things. Just a thought.

    • TRE

      ^couldn't have said it any better

    • 2pacfan

      You're mistaken. Had Tupac not died, his impact - not only on hip-hop but many other things - would've been much greater. If anything, he is underrated because his DEATH cut him short of all the other things he could've achieved. He was a master at what he did and you become a master as you practice your art, as he did, all the way from 2Pacalypse Now to All Eyez On Me and to Killuminati. It wasn't like The Notorious BIG, who, on his first album, was able to achieve commercial success. Tupac went through the grind, the hard pain and suffering, of not only working on his art but at the same time, being involved in political movements, pursuing an acting career, shooting off duty cops who were harassing another black man, getting shot 5 times and going to jail, to surviving the 1996 shooting for 6-7 in the hospital, trapped in a coma. My friend, you haven't scratched the surface of Tupac and all the things he did, and could've done. Hip and hop is about words, about sending out a message, and Tupac did that damn well - with all due respect, not Wu Tang or A Tribe Called Quest. And also, you are comparing entire hip hop groups to just one individual, but it is still fair play, because Tupac was that powerful, even alone. And if there's any doubt, ask any hip hop artist that was relevant around the time Tupac was alive - whether they hated or loved him - and you'll find out, that they all respected him as one of the greatests. Just check the interviews.

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  • Anonymous

    gettin tired of people basing longevity and skills as an emcee on record sales and commercial exposure. Almost every rap artist who is mainstream, sold out to get there, while nearly every rap legend never touched a second of commercial fame, so why do people think thats a precursor for a good emcee? Drake is respectable, but I cant stand when someone will try sayin drake is better than Deck just cuz drake is young and selling, and Deck and old and not. I mean, listen to what you want, but either listen to and respect the real emcees, or keep your uneducated, pathetic opinion off this website and out of hip hop.

  • Anonymous

    "When Drake falls off half of ya'll won't even admit ever being a Drake fan, or will blame it on being young and didn't know better. Ain't that right Soulja boi fans? Bow wow fans? Team MIMS?" ^ re-posted for prime real estate purposes

  • Young bleazy

    Why is the Wu even cosigning this wack ass fool to begin with? You guys brought it on yourselves.

    • SoulSistaWU

      I agree the Wu are above Drake... Drake was not going to allow himself to get killed on his own shit or exposed for the wack ass MC he truly is; by getting on a track with the WU. In the past when the Older MCs would speak honestly about how wack the hook heavy MCs were, they were criticized and labeled old bitter haters. The Wu are not old and bitter and still thrive and tour... and they don't want to outright citicize for these reasons and they probably don't want to burn future bridges. But; I really wish somebody would say fuck it and just go all in on thes bitch boys!

    • Anonymous

      They're older cats now. I don't see any of the older heads not supporting the younger dudes. Its just not the way things work.

    • Anonymous

      they dont want to ruffle any feathers but best believe if this was the 90`s drake would have been laughed out of hip-hop before he even got on

  • Rachael Crabill

    until I saw the paycheck which was of $9068, I be certain ...that...my mom in-law had been realie taking home money in there spare time from there new laptop.. there brothers friend has done this for less than eight months and resently paid the loans on there house and bought a great Honda. read the article... WWW.Fb39.com

  • Anonymous

    Drake kind of cheapened the message that he was quoting, changing the meaning up

  • tdot

    fuck drake he's a bitch n im Canadian

  • Raq

    He just bombed atomically discussing fake niggaz philosophies. 100% respect to the forefathers, the elders, the golden era flagbearers and lightholders. Who got it? Huh? Who got it? DECK.

  • Anonymous

    Damn, the way these Wu fans are bitchin you would swear they are 12 years old. Aren't you guys supposed to be in your 30-40s or sumthin? Not knocking what they did for hip-hop but their time has passed, don't be salty cuz Drake is relevant and the Wu is not...smh. Even the crew that you worship is co-signing Drake, let it go.

    • SoulSistaWu

      Your mentality is the PROBLEM in Hip Hop culture... Words are infinite (that means without number / countless)... And 30 or 40 year old Wu Tang Clan fans... love, live and honor the culture... Something you need to learn to do... We appreciate what MCs like the Wu contributed to the culture. Drake does not garner that type of respect and reverence from his fans.

    • Anonymous

      C'mon man stop embarrassing yourselves haha...While you busy being salty your favorite rapper is listening to Drake. I guess the Wu must be dick suckers then by your logic.

    • -

      irrelevant people are the only ones that use the term irrelevant, i guess they just speak from experience

    • Anonymous

      two effective ether darts hit their target.......

    • Anonymous

      Only dick suckers use the word "relevant" to try and discredit something. Being real is always going to be relevant regardless of what you dick sucking groupies try to say! And think about it... Your life will never equal to what the WU has done so how irrelevant does that make you? Non existent internet clowns always trying to call rappers irrelevant... SMH! That crab in the bucket talk has been exposed. You hating ass niggas are going to find your self in a box soon!

    • regal84

      If that's the case, Im gonna do a song named "Biggie", and sing about how some chick sucked the next man's penis then kissed me in the mouth when I came home from work...It should be okay thoguh because I'm introducing a whole new audience to Biggie...

  • Anonymous

    Drake is a lame! Any groupie counting his money while his dick is in your mouth thinking he made the Wu relevant should walk on to a busy highway blind folded! The Wu has sold MILLIONS of records world wide! Drake is still a new jack! He doesn't have no where near the sales of the Wu! And he damn sure doesn't get the same respect. Real niggas respect the WU! Bitch ass niggas respect Drake!

  • Dentaldamboy

    No believes me because I know the sales of rich gang sold 50 billion copies worldwide because I was part of the project. My name is Noel Fisher also known as Detail. All rats gotta die even Nasir jones

  • Anonymous

    Inspectah deck by far the weakest wu-tang member. Who cares

  • True Talk

    "But me, you had to get the fuck out the house, get up from under momma's way and go out there and be a man. You wasn't out there on the video games all day." Realest shit... Drake's generation are mostly tight pant wearing spineless emotional wimps who cry over bitches, and don't know the first thing about being a man.

  • xx004

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QI-KjVLS6Uk

  • xx004

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMKXheW_pZ4

  • Bobby Digital slippin

    The "tribute" is bullshit, this is the cornball cat in the hat ass rapper that's turning the culture into r&b rap and bullshit you speak of.

  • Anonymous

    Stans are the worst. I'm so glad i grew up with the late 80s and 90s era hip hop. A good majority of hip hop fans these days are just whiney hipster brats. Straight up.

  • Anonymous

    Inspectah Deck is now my new fave Wu Tang member. Realest nigga in the Clan

  • xx009

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlW4zCZ_3Bk

  • xx009

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLIbtbd32jI

  • Who Cares

    Who cares about these washed up bums. Young rappers need to stop paying homage to most of these played out 90's rappers. While I respect Wu for what they did in 93 and maybe one other album, I could care less about what anyone of them say individually. Drake was trying to introduce thems bums to a new generation and some of this tried to capalize off of it with negativity. Only 2 members out the group will be remembered 20 years from now and one of dead.

    • SoulSistaWu

      It is better to be silent and have others think you are a fool, rather than post dumb shit and confirm that you are in fact a fool. The WuTang Clan will be inducted into the Hip Hop and Rock N Roll Halls for Fame... Can you confidently say the same about Drake ?... FOH!

    • Josh

      with out 90's there wouldn't be hip hop today they had to fight for it unlike nowadays only need catchy hook a nice beat and the internet so have some respect plus longevity is a part of hip hop not just album sales, radio play, or being young and popular right now

    • -

      why respond to this kid he obviously doesn't know what he's talking about

    • Anonymous

      please go fucking jump off a cliff. Wu-tang if the greatest hip hop group of all time, no argument. They released atleast 10 cds collectively in the 90's and every one of em was a dam classic. Very few people/groups in the history of music can even come close to saying that. Every wu-tang member is on legendary status, and not one of them can be out rapped by drakes bum ass

    • Anonymous

      ^ damn that was the best comment yet

    • Anonymous

      Wu tang is forever, Motherfucker! When Drake falls off half of ya'll won't even admit ever being a Drake fan, or will blame it on being young and didn't know better. Ain't that right Soulja boi fans? Bow wow fans? Team MIMS?

    • Anonymous

      `Drake was trying to introduce thems bums to a new generation and some of this tried to capalize off of it with negativity. no one is trying to capitalize and how is naming a song after them really gonna introduce them to anyone. wu dont need drake fans, he got the same fans as justin bieber

    • Anonymous

      Kill yourself for the bullshit you said, young retard.

  • drake runs rap

    get these irrelevent wutang fucks off the news. No1 gives a shit about them except these internet groupies that jack off to old men. Drake is the face of rap he can say and do what ever he wants he runs this rap shit.

    • Young bleazy

      Underground runs hip hop, don't get it twisted. The only thing drake runs is trains on lil wayne and his young money butt buddies.

    • Anonymous

      `No1 gives a shit about them except these internet groupies that jack off to old men.` aparently ya boy Drake gives a shit about them cause he named one of his love ballads after them. fuck nigga. if he a groupie that jacks off to old men too

    • Anonymous

      Shut up,, Drake stan. You have no say in this.

  • Anonymous

    this sums up how I feel about rap today. And what rap fans now a days just dont understand and why so many people say rap is dead. Where I come from I come from the grain of this. I come from when brothers got punched in they mouth over a chain, if you wasn't rolling deep enough. These brothers is safe nowadays. They doing a whole lot of things that, when we came up in the game, it wasn't allowed. You couldn't even sound like or look like nobody else. That's the way I came up. So when I look at it like a tribute, I heard Snoop Dogg when he did the 'La Di Da Di,' for Slick Rick. He actually did the whole song over. That's respect. As an emcee, you don't even quote another man's rhyme.

  • Anonymous

    best lyricist in wu tang check his verse on PYK and triumph. only other wu tang nigga in his class is gza. raekwon is doo foo

    • SoulSistaWu

      I love all of the WU; but... GZA Paper Plates... 50 Diss is that shit! Diss a nigga during the height of his career and 50 NEVER said shit back cause he did not want it and Drake don't either!

    • Anonymous

      Just pure lyrics I agree Gza and Deck are the best, but overall GFK and Method Man are the best. Rae is just an excellent story teller but he lacks when he has to do other things. Some how though OB4CL 1 and 2 are both flawless.

    • Anonymous

      you dumb bruh. rae that nigga

  • da1

    respect the deck, top 4 in wutang is deck, and the song was nice but shoulda been called its yours. but whateva he was just stating why even say wutang if it aint even wu tang, ima do a melody ass song and name it after dmx first album.

  • xx3

    obama no u cant homo lmaoo

  • xx3

    yup "murder inc are cops that sell drugs lol

  • xx3

    and where finding out murder inc are cops trying to catch them selfs being cops so fool ppl haa

  • xx3

    a fat monster called her scary haa

  • xx3

    even biggie said she was scary lol

  • xx3

    as we move on where finding out sade and mariah carey calls up little girls and scares tham not to sing.even useing eminem skits as an example

  • Anonymous

    This is LAME. You ALREADY made a verse to the shit! Now just because that version didn't hit yet you all salty about it???? What's he going to say when the Wu-Tang version with drake drops- it's all good? Deck sounds retarded right now.

  • Anonymous

    remember when t.i could rap like this 2pac ft t.i - changed man

  • RGeezy

    All Drake's music sounds the same. From the production to the melodies to his delivery/cadence when he rhymes.

    • Anonymous

      drake whack cant even listen to his songs let alone his cds he whack

    • anonymous

      I think he meant to say he sounds like everybody else out now.

    • Anonymous

      u sound like a little brat with no knowledge in rap shit at all A lot of rappers wish they have their own sound and delivery . Why has every song gotta sound different . Look at BIG, big pun , pac .... They all sound the same in every record. Thats the characteristic, essence and more like a traditional rhythm to all of us.

  • Anonymous

    respect Deck for what he has done with Wu tang but this kind of topic is so disingenuous right now. Whatever the young cat like Drake tryna mention those golden age rappers in lyric , song tittle or even a word in the song that basically means reverence and respect. Drake doesn't have to rap all about wu tang or 7 members in the song to prove he respects the clan. No not at all. What Deck means is Drake should rap all about the wutang clan so he will consider it as a tribute. Im sorry DECK but when i started to know WU TANG all i heard was method man, ghost face killah, raekwoon, ODB, RZA. U was being a little shadow behind those guys except for the TRIUMP record. I cant deny it.

    • Anonymous

      Google "Czarface".. Deck is an elite lyricist still

    • Fuck yea

      Deck kills it on C.R.E.A.M. And then his other stuff, his verses on Gang Starr's(RIP Guru) Above the Clouds, his verse on GZA's Duel of the Iron Mic...He's just raw all around

    • Anonymous

      hahaha a rookie made this comment

    • Anonymous

      lol I was coming back to type that verse too! the illest verse on the 1st song!.

    • Anonymous

      proteck yo neck nigga I smoke on the mic like smokin' Joe Frazier The hell-raiser, raising hell with the flavor Terrorize the jam like troops in Pakistan Swinging through your town like your neighborhood Spiderman So uhh, tick tock and keep ticking While I get you flipping off the shit that I'm kicking The Lone Ranger, code red: danger! Deep in the dark with the art to rip the charts apart The vandal, too hot to handle You battle, you're saying goodbye like Tevin Campbell Roughneck, Inspectah Deck's on the set The rebel, I make more noise than heavy metal

    • Anonymous

      you never heard deck on c.r.e.a.m.? you lost all credibility son

  • dentaldamboy

    as a young money groupie bitch with no accounting skills, I can confirm that drake does not want it with inspectah deck. Drake is wack as fuck with no substance and i'm gay as fuck with no girls around me.

  • Anonymous

    Drake is ALWAYS reaping Wu-Tang and other 90's rappers. He even rocks Wu-Wear. Now he's made a song giving them props HIS WAY. How many of your favorite rappers big up Wu????? Next to none, they all big up Pac or Big.

    • SoulSistaWU

      Very Well Said,... The Wu are always reference they practically birthed a whole generation of MC's. Drake is a fuckin Batty Boy and a troll... he pulled this exact same shit with Juvinile's Back That Azz Up...

    • Anonymous

      That clown actually said no rappers big up Wu, then names 2 dead rappers who bigged up Wu, lol these guys are STUPID. Kanye bigged up Wu, had a RZA beat on MBDTF, a RAE feature for GOOD Fridays (Lord 3x), did a HOMAGE song with Beiber and Rae, had Ghost on 'New God Flow'. Jay Z had a pic of Raekwon in the studio together not too long ago. When Jay retired and became pres of Def Jam he bought out Ghostface as the new wave @ Madison Square Garden (Ghost came out with Slick Rick's jewels paying HOMAGE to the Ruler). That's the TIP of the iceberg. Go sit your ass down somewhere and STFU boy.

    • Anonymous

      What??? Asap Rocky gave ODB love in Fu*king Problem, Big Sean said in Clique, "My squad deeper then Wu-Tang? ...Cream gets referenced once every couple of months. Go do the research almost all of these new school rappers pay the Wu homage but do it better then Drake just tried to do it. Oan the have a video up now of a new Kanye performance and he is rocking a #WuTangForver shirt. The Wu are always reference they practically birthed a whole generation of MC's.

    • Anonymous

      De La Soul spirit of wu 2013.

    • Anonymous

      he didnt give them props though. whats so hard to understand about that they dont need him to rep them

  • Whateva

    It aint COOL to be struggling the way cats do in the hood Deck. GROW UP.javascript:void(null)

  • Anonymous

    OMG Deck chill out. He ain't fucking disrespecting YOU! You the only one feeling some kind of way about it. The boy Drake even has the remix coming out with the WU soon. Chill your ass out.

  • EarthToneDaProducer

    Respeck da Deck...

  • real wu fan

    Raekwon and Ghostface killa been hos from day one. U are able to remix Drake's song to gain relevance, but you can't make an appearance on rock the bells. even odb was at rock the bells.

  • Anonymous

    "And when I heard it, it was about a girl" LOL That's all that weak ass half nigga drake talk about.

  • Anonymous

    method man always been a ho. big ups to deck.

  • tha OG

    Fuck Drake and his R&B ass nigga Wu-Tang clan should of never came out of that bitch nigga mouth

  • Drake: Rider of dick

    Drake has been dickriding other artists like this since he came out, it's nothing new. Didnt he just come out with a song called "Jodeci forever" or something as well? It's okay to be fans, but Drake doesn't seem genuine. He just likes to kiss ass to get in good with people and promote himself.

  • Anonymous

    50 years from now when they write a book about hip-hop there will be a full chapter on Wu-tang. Drake will be lucky to get a single page

  • j johnson

    Why does the song "have" to be a tribute. I not sure about yall...but me and my circle may take a line from a song that describes something and then from now on that something we refer to as the name of the song. Its a metaphor. A inside thing or whatever. This is what "its yours" means. Thats a line made famous by wutang so when he say Wutand forever then it means...yall get the shit. You cant tell someone else how to write a song, label a song, or use slang interpretations. Its not that deep for him and fans to be making statements and everybody has to have a position in the matter. Its a cool song. leave it at that. Why everything gotta be a big situation all the time. ruins the culture. Peace gods.

    • Anonymous

      Sorry but if someone takes my rap name and makes it on some lullaby r and b sh$t I'd feel some kinda way too. Its not that Deck didn't get what he was trying to do but it was not executed properly. He tried to big up their brand but did it wrong and deck has every right to say so.

    • Anonymous

      `You cant tell someone else how to write a song, label a song, or use slang interpretations. He wasnt trying to tell him what to do he was just speaking how he feels about it which he is perfectly entitled to do as a member of the legendary WTC

  • COCA

    OTHER WU-TANG MEMBERS ALREADY EMBRACED IT... IF YOU AIN'T DOWN WITH IT, JUST DON'T GET INVOLVED IN THE REMIX AND SHUT THE FUCK UP... YOU'RE NOT GONNA BECOME RELEVANT BECAUSE OF THIS

  • BEELZEBUB

    For the last year there's been a lot of music comin out The shit been weak, know what I'm sayin? A lot of niggas trying to take hip-hop And make that shit R&B, rap and bullshit ya know what I'm sayin? Or make that shit funk Fuck that, this is MCin right here, this is hip-hop Wu-Tang, Wu-Tang gonna bring it to you in the purest form - RZA

  • dentaldamboy

    Deck fell off hard while Drake is rising. Drake will be around forever while Wu Tang will break up after their next album.

  • CS

    Deck said. "I got a bunch of Drake fans attacking my Twitter page talking about, 'If it wasn't for Drake, we wouldn't be relevant right now,' That's the funniest part of this interview . The Drake crazies

  • Rubin

    I co-sign everything Inspectah Deck said, the song should definitely be titled something else since it's not a real tribute to the Clan.

  • triPAUD

    ...besides RZAs the head. He gave the go ahead.

  • Wu-Stan Clan

    Deck you are a fucking faggot! How can you respect drake? Drake aint hiphop. So you all so respect: mc hammer, vanilla ice, kid n play, kwame and other bullshit rappers.

    • Anonymous

      Why shouldnt he respect him you dont gotta like his music to respect what he has accomplished unlike you deck isnt a hater and gives respect where its due

  • triPAUD

    Meh, some of the clan wasn't totally thrilled with the last Wu Tang 8 Diagrams. Majority of wu support. They can all have different opinions.

  • Anonymous

    Damn Deck said everything correctly. Song title was off but he still know Drakes doin his thing. Respect to both

  • Anonymous

    Get em Deck! Mother fuck Drake & his whore mother!

  • Whorida

    The song itself is fair, nothing that really stands out on the album. The only thing that makes it interesting is the title. It's yours is a T La Rock song which Wu sampled and the Wu track was a minor hit. It is definitely not one of Wu's best tracks. A song entitled "Wu Tang Forever" should be one of these- -produced by Rza -originally feature 3 or more members -be a tribute song -be just a interlude

  • Anonymous

    Co-Sign everything the legend said.

  • Anonymous

    this nigga is irrelevant.. foh

  • grizwald

    The whole song is a soft ass fuck you to wu tang.

  • Julie Young

    upto I saw the paycheck 4 $7329, I did not believe that my neighbour woz like they say actualy earning money in their spare time from there labtop.. there uncle has done this for under sixteen months and recently repaid the dept on there condo and bought Renault 4. This Site... www.Fb39.com

  • Anonymous

    Deck is the realest of the Clan

  • Anonymous

    They didn't grow up in the same struggle as I did. These niggas is growing up with iPods, [when they're] 10 years old. But me, you had to get the fuck out the house, get up from under momma's way and go out there and be a man. You wasn't out there on the video games all day." I feel like this quote is also about most of the kids who comment on this website!

  • Anonymous

    everything he said was real talk. he wasnt hating but you already know these little soft drake fans are gonna come in here and try to discredit him but the truth is wu is more hip-hop than drake will ever be.

  • LEGEND

    He's called the Inspectah for a reason, he's like an auditor for wackness and integrity of the Wu Tang Clan, he inspected Drake's song after initially cosigning it to find out it had nothing to do with the brand or related to the quality of work the group is associated with. He's the type to sit there and watch you, play yourself, see you sit there and know you lying and he'll take you to court after that. He took Drake's bitch ass to court.

    • Anonymous

      @Leon said it perfectly. The Wu will eventually be in the Hall of Fame whether Rock and Roll or wherever the put the core music greats. You go anywhere in world almost and someone in that region is aware of the Wu-Tang, even though Drake is popular he is not what the Wu-Tang is. No matter how successful you are it takes time to en-grain yourself into a internationally recognized product like the Wu.

    • Anonymous

      to be his stepson baby would have to be married to waynes momma

    • dentaldamboy

      I promote these artists and they also pay me to account sales. Wayne sold 20 million and father son kissing is straight. Wayne is birdman's stepson.

    • Anonymous

      theyre not even actual father and son and it doesnt make it less gay anyways

    • ^

      Everything said by dentalbitch is a lie. You're obviously not an accountant because you don't know how accountants work. Promoting artists is the job of the label, not accountants. Wayne never sold 20 million copies of INAHB2 at all; he didn't even sell 600k copies of that album. Father/son kissing is agy, PERIOD. You got ethered.

    • dentaldamboy

      Im the accountant for ymcmb. Part of my job is promoting wayne and drake. I also learn from you haters the term, dickrider. Also, Wayne sold 20 million copies of IANAHB2 with unaccounted sales and father and son kissing isn't gay but the circle of life.

    • Anonymous

      no, you`re the biggest dickrider on this website. slurping drake and waynes dicks on every page even when it isnt about them. i just found it humorous that YOU of all people would used that word to describe someone else. pot calling the kettle black mother fucker

    • dentaldamboy

      You obviously having no problem calling me a dickrider but you fucking get pissed if I call someone a dickrider? Hypocrite.

    • Anonymous

      did dentaldamboy really just call someone a dickrider

    • dentaldamboy

      Wu Tang had found sucess in the late 90's and that's it. After that, Wu Tang fell off hard. It has its cult dickriders like you but nowhere near mainstream sucess. Drake was trying to help them become relevant and some of the members bitch about it. Drake will be around forever. Even Nelly is still having hits like the cruise remix and just a dream.

    • Leon

      ^^^ knows nothing about the music industry. Wu Tang Clan is a cult following. It's not an album -- it's a BRAND. It has had the staying power of 20 years. Are you even 20 yrs old?? The reality is this: the song shouldn't have been titled 'Wu Tang Forever'. Drake seemed to be educating his fans about the Wu, but failed in the sense that he didn't pay RESPECT to the OWNERS of the brand. It's not anything else other than that. So keep record sales, tour 'money', etc. out of the convo. Drake will not be here in less than 2 years. He is the Nelly of your time. Understand trends and sociology are before you chime in on business, marketing, or the music industry.

    • dentaldamboy

      Everything Anonymous said above me is a lie. Wu Tang's last album barely made it to the top 10 hiphop albums chart and it only came in at no. 25 on the billboard charts. Meanwhile, Drake is sitting comfortably at no. 1 on itunes charts and will sell at least what take care sold the first week. Wu Tang's tours may be crowded but you're forgetting the expenses and they also have to share profits. Meanwhile, Drake keeps his money, giving Future a small cut. In conclusion, its the wu that needs drake more than drake needs them. Also, Deck cosigned the song at first so him hating on the song now convinces me he needs medical help.

    • Anonymous

      Sorry to tell you the Wu Tang are legends and can tour for the rest of their lives off of what they've done in music. The do not need Drake or need a new generation to make any difference in their pockets or on their brand. Drake on the other hand is considered an artist who although popular now many question his staying power. So he needs the Wu more then the Wu needs him.

    • DUMBASS ABOVE ME

      lol WU TANG CLAN is to rugged for our bitch ass generation, niggas aint ready to bring dat ruckus doe

    • guerilla jones

      Im not going to say you sound dumb...but.The most popular(arguably) rapper right now names a song after one of your albums, and them puts you on a remix,possibly introducing you to a whole new generation of artist,and opening up multiple doors to other avenues and...what? that's not a good thing? that's not love?If he was such a bullshit "reader" he would've listened to the song before he cosigned it.Smh,that's why hes not the Clan leader.

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