The shoe that Wu-Tang made famous has partnered with the Clan again. Clarks has curated some new feet pieces inspired by the Purple Tape.


The Wallabee Champ is back! With the Wu-Tang Clan once again the topic of discussion thanks to their in-depth docu-series, Of Mics and Men, and their upcoming Hulu series, Wu-Tang: An American Saga, Ghostface Killa is striking while the iron’s hot and releasing some new dolo material to remind fans how sharp his sword still […]

The Killer Bee legacy continues to live a new life. A visual has finally been released for their upcoming drama series based on the Clan.

Almost 30 years into their career the Wu-Tang Clan continue to conquer more land. The crew recently made history once again.

The Wu-Tang flag will continue to stand stall going into to 2020. Hulu’s upcoming mini-series just got some more star power.


For the past few weeks us older Hip-Hop heads have been captivated on Friday nights watching how the Wu-Tang Clan came to be on Showtime’s four-part docuseries Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men. But before the final installment premieres this Friday night (May 31), we get a bonus clip from the Hip-Hop documentary.

Inspectah Deck has announced the upcoming release of his new solo project after Showtime’s four-part Wu-Tang documentary Of Mics and Men, received waves of critical acclaim after the first episode aired on May 10.

Mass Appeal’s Wu-Tang Clan documentary Of Mics and Men on Showtime will surely put you in the mood for new music after the heavy does of nostalgia. Right on cue, today (May 15), Mass Appeal Records/36 Chambers announced that the Wu-Tang: Of Mics And Men Soundtrack will drop this Friday.


25 years ago 9 young men from the rugged lands of Shaolin set out to make a name for themselves in the rap game and not only did they go on to become Hip-Hop icons, but now they’ve been immortalized in their hometown of Staten Island.


It feels like just yesterday that the Wu-Tang killer bees returned from a long slumber to swarm the airwaves with their smash hit “Triumph” and while you’re probably as old as we are if you do remember the excitement surrounding that drop, just remember we Hip-Hoppers age like wine, not bread.

The Wu-Tang Clan marches on. The Staten Island rap supergroup has added more dates to its God of Rap Tour in order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album.


Late last year it was announced that Hulu would be bringing the saga of Hip-Hop’s iconic rap group Wu-Tang Clan to life and now it seems like the cast is getting rounded out with some familiar faces.