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Wu-Tang Clan Details

Regarded as one of the most influential artists of all time, Wu-Tang Clan is a hip-hop group originally formed in Staten Island, New York in 1991. They have released a number of gold and platinum studio albums, including their 1993 debut, Enter the Wu-Tang Clan (36 Chambers), which is widely considered one of the greatest albums in hip hop history. Wu Tang has been called the number one greatest hip hop group of all time by many in the music industry.

Wu-Tang Clan is a collaborative effort of some of rap and hip hop’s biggest talent, including Method Man, RZA, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, and Inspectah Deck. GZA is the oldest member of the group and began rapping in the 70s when hip hop was in its infancy in the New York music scene. In addition to Wu-Tang Clan’s members, the group has worked with several solo artists, including the likes of Busta Rhymes, Nas, and Kanye West. In fact, the Wu-Tang Clan has been so instrumental in the evolution of hip-hop and rap that many of today’s artists cite Wu-Tang as a major influence in their work.

But the Wu-Tang Clan’s influence doesn’t end with music. All nine original members of the group were featured in the video game Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style. The game was released for the PlayStation in 1999 in addition to a collector’s edition controller. Wu-Tang Clan members also appeared as themselves in all three video games in the Def Jam series Def Jam Vendetta, Def Jam Fight for NY, and Def Jan: Icon. There are also several video games with soundtracks produced by Wu-Tang Clan members, including Afro Samurai with music produced by RZA.

Wu-Tang Clan also has the distinction of being one of the first groups to move from music to clothing. The group’s executive producer, Oli "Power" Grant, opened Wu Wear stores and is said to have earned $10 million in 1998 alone. Wu-Tang Clan has also partnered with brand powerhouses like Nike to bring Wu-Tang Clan themed products to their fans.

Wu-Tang Clan Setlist

After decades making music, Wu-Tang has plenty of music to fill their setlist. Fans can look forward to hits old and new, including “Miracle,” “Never Let Go,” and “A Better Tomorrow.” The song, “C.R.E.A.M.” is a fan favorite that makes the setlist, and the always popular “Protect Ya Neck” is the perfect opportunity for fans to join in and sing along.

Wu-Tang Clan in Concert

Wu-Tang Clan is a force in concert, encouraging audience participation and interacting with fans often. With hard-hitting hip hop lyrics often comes strong language, so Wu-Tang Clan is a concert experience meant for 18+. Despite their fame and longtime music career that spans decades, the members of Wu-Tang Clan are very down to earth and have even been known to pull fans onstage to sing with them. Their concerts are high-energy and filled with beats that get audiences moving. No matter where you see Wu-Tang Clan, be prepared for anything and expect to leave the concert buzzing with excitement that lasts long after the night is over.