New York rapper Busta Rhymes is celebrating the Wu-Tang‘s most epic album release. The hip-hop veteran hit up social media to salute the 25-year anniversary of the Clan’s Enter the Wu-Tang 36 Chambers.
Busta went to Instagram this week with posts geeking out over the LP’s birthday.
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Please make the picture on your phones bigger and read the fine print on the plaque and understand what it really means to have your name personally engraved on this plaque and gifted to you personally from all of the original members of the WUTANG CLAN which is the the original AVENGERS OF HIP HOP CULTURE @rza @therealgza @methodmanofficial @mastakillamusic @officialcappadonna @ugod_zilla @raekwon @realghostfacekillah & @oldirtybastardwu I fought tears tonight because this means sooooooo much to me because this group of GODS are my HERO’s and their contribution is single handedly one of the GREATEST contributions EVER to HIP HOP!! Thank you KINGS!!!
Yesterday, rap veteran Nas shared vintage footage of the Wu’s Method Man spitting bars.
Last month, the Wu’s Ghostface Killah shared some epic-looking Clan IG posts.
The Wu has an upcoming TV series set to premiere on streaming giant Hulu.
The upcoming series, entitled Wu-Tang: An American Saga, will be a 10-episode season, created and written by RZA and Superfly’s Alex Tse. The straight-to-series will reportedly be set in New York City during the 1990s. It will follow Bob Digs, aka RZA, as he forms the hip-hop group. The show is based on the previously released books, The Wu-Tang Manual and Tao of Wu. (VIBE)