Wu-Tang is back on our hip-hop radar in a big way with numerous kick-ass releases. We started out early summer with Meth and Red’s “Blackout 2″ followed by Raekwon’s bangin sequel, “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx 2.” In the last week or so, Wu soldiers have unloaded a trove of awaited albums. Meth, Ghost, and Rae’s “Wu Massacre” explodes with crisp reinterpretations of Shaolin classics. Inspectah Deck’s “Manifesto” is a fresh NYC cut rife with tension enhanced by notable appearances from Cormega, Raekwon, and others. If that’s not enough, DJ Mathematics, a formative Wu producer, unleashed “Return of the Wu”, an album of crisply produced remixed favorites from the Staten Island squadron. To celebrate the recent Wu renaissance, the Danger Zone collective is interviewing John “Mook” Gibbons tonight at 10:30p. Mook, an early Wu promoter and manager, pushed soon-to-be classic Wu albums from the early 90′s when the group was still hungry. Mook will be plugging his upcoming “Next 9 Generals of Wu-Tang” competition to be held this summer. Listen in! KZSC aint’ nothin’ to f*#$ wit!