Wu-Tang Clan brings the ruckus! The hip-hop revolutionaries jumped from the Staten Island projects and straight into hip-hop history. They came out of nowhere and stole all attention when they crashed into the scene with the trailblazing debut Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers (1993).
Wu-Tang Clan had an aggressive rawness that, when mixed with the rap ensemble’s superhero-inspired takes on martial-arts movies and the art of war, was unique.
They branched out into numerous successful side projects, making solo stars out of the respective members. But it is under the Wu-Tang banner that they truly are chaos-mongering superheroes.
Wu-Tang clan has released seven albums, four of them certified with gold and multiple platinum. Lately, member RZA has made a docu series about the group (look here), and a drama series should be on the wya as well, telling the wild story of Wu-Tang Clan. This story still continues.
It’s been 15 years since they were last at Roskilde Festival, and it still rings truthfully: ”Wu-Tang Clan ain't nuthing ta fuck wit”.