Iconic hip-hop group the Wu-Tang Clan has not too long ago celebrated the 25th anniversary their revolutionary debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). The venture was launched on November 9 in 1993. To have fun the milestone, New York City Borough Staten Island declared that November ninth will henceforth be referred to as Wu-Tang Clan Day.
In additional celebration the momentous day, the clan’s classics from Enter the Wu-Tang akin to “C.R.E.A.M.” had been highlighted in a brief movie in regards to the album largely thought of as one rap’s finest. The movie titled For the Children: 25 Years Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) options interviews with the group’s surviving members.
“I believe Wu-Tang represents brotherhood, a gaggle younger males who . . . got here collectively for one frequent trigger, man, and made a distinction,” Masta Killa says. Making an astute remark, U-God added, “We modified the sport, man, we made avenue rap standard.” Method Man defined the which means the movie’s titled sharing, “That’s our credo . . . ‘Wu-Tang is for the kids.’ ” Describing the affect the group’s debut album, RZA stated, “I believe that the wick is lit, and I believe we’re gonna proceed to burn for generations.”
Younger rappers A$AP Rocky and A$AP Ferg seem within the movie as nicely discussing the importance Enter the Wu-Tang of their lives. “It was like a collage, it was a portray,” Ferg stated. Young Dirty Bastard, ODB’s first-born son, additionally makes an look.
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