When the lyrical assassins of the Wu-Tang Clan formed in 1992, they blazed a pathway out of the Staten Island projects to the pinnacle of hiphop. Now Lamont “U-God” Hawkins, a core Wu-Tang member, returns with U-God RAW: The Podcast. It is a hard-hitting, unfiltered, NSFW, and often hilarious cross-generational discourse on music, art, and culture as seen through the eyes of U-God, his co-host Meashel, and his longtime partner-in-crime Domingo. Listen to genders and generations clash while they go deep with major artist interviews, crucial record reviews, and all the latest in celebrity gossip.
Smelling Good, Looking Fresh and Keeping Crispy
U-God, Meashel and Domingo finish season 1 strong with fresh takes on the LA police ambush, Tory & Megan and the craziest thing they ever did.
Exaggeration, violence and b******t.
U-God, Meashel and Domingo talk about pandemic sex, OBJ, and the war of words between Cardi B and Candace Owens.
Ghetto is a Mindset
Things get heated when U-God, Meashel and Domingo talk about Kenosha, Chadwick Boseman, Elon Musk, and real n****s.
A Pen Can Take You Further Than a Gun
U-God, Meashel and Domingo discuss the GOP convention, the Census, DC Fandome and entrepreneurship. The RZA stops by to talk about his new feature film Cut Throat City.
Fear is the Devil
U-God, Meashel and Domingo speak on Biden and Harris, the US Postal Service, police brutality, looters, latch key kids, fear, and ass whoopins.
Captain of the Freak Foundation
U-God, Meashel and Domingo talk Kanye for President, Trump on Mt. Rushmore, Oprah and Breonna Taylor, and WAP.
Method Man stops by to play his new song with Conway.
Unfiltered and uncut, raw like white meat with the skin hanging off. You either get or you don’t. I wish U-God had a late night show.
With No Trivia
This podcast is RAW!!! I did not know what to expect when I first tuned in, but this show is 100% pure dopium. I love the takes and segments on politics, pop culture and music. Keep up the good work, god!
It’s a great listen.
U-God has a captivating voice for the podcast. He’s hilarious with his unique slang and perspective. Michelle brings a youthful vibe to the show. Domingo unfortunately is boring and outdated. He drags out every point and comes across like he had to have every point heard. His voice is pretty annoying. I wish some bigger topics would be talked about to make a more cohesive podcast. Some missed opportunities was Rza selling half of the Wu-tang catalog and Joe Budden taking on Spotify on behalf of all podcasters. That would have been some great conversation. @chef_d_fabian on Instagram