This weekend, fans celebrated the 20th year anniversary of the Wu-Tang Clan‘s debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). However, there seems to be a riff in the crew as RZA and Raekwon aired disagreements over what’s holding up the release of their final studio album, A Better Tomorrow.
Sorry Outkast, EPMD, A Tribe Called Quest, N.W.A and other landmark rap outfits, but Wu-Tang Clan is Hip-Hop’s greatest group. On this 20th anniversary of the Staten Island group’s debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), we provide evidence to support that claim.
In the nearly nine years since the unfortunate passing of Wu-Tang Clan star Ol’ Dirty Bastard, his bizarre image, rhyme schemes and accompanying lifestyle lives on in infamy. With the announcement that the RZA is digging in the vaults to unearth some ODB verses for the upcoming A Better Tomorrow album, fans around the world […]
In the nearly 20-year existence of the Wu-Tang Clan, most of the credit has gone to the RZA for orchestrating many of the massive crew’s moves. In a recent interview, the Abbot discusses the final chapter of the Wu saga, recording his last solo record, the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and much more.