Wu-Tang Clan

Remix In the Works?
Drake's new song 'Wu-Tang Forever' has both angered and confused fans alike. Considering the title, some thought it would be a homage to the illustrious Shaolin group instead of a love ballad from the Toronto crooner.
ODB Performs
The Wu-Tang Clan brought out their fallen comrade Ol' Dirty Bastard by way of a hologram at the 2013 Rock the Bells festival in San Bernardino, Calif., Sunday (Sept. 8).
10 Most Anticipated Rap Albums of Fall 2013
As far as hip-hop albums go, it's been a pretty eventful summer, huh? With releases from Jay Z, Kanye West and J. Cole, June through August has been full of big releases, heavy anticipation and major chart-toppers. Like Mac Miller's album 'Watching Movies with the Sound…
Sign Language
Wu-Tang Clan was outperformed by an unexpected woman during the rap group's set at Bonnaroo last week. Holly, an American Sign Language translator hired to interpret the rappers' lyrics for the deaf, performed with as much vigor as those onstage.
Vote in Our Rap Battle
Not only did Wu-Tang Clan win last week's Rap Battle, but they also blew Busta Rhymes away in votes. Wu-Tang's 'Family Reunion' took 90.63 percent of the votes while Busta's '#Twerkit (Remix)'only took 9 percent.
Vote in Our Rap Battle
While Action Bronson put up a good fight with 'Strictly 4 My Jeeps', Wu-Tang Clan's 'Family Reunion took over last week's Rap Battle and won. The race was close, however, Bronson's 45.71 percent just couldn't overtake the Wu's 54.29 percent.
Vote in Our Rap Battle
Congratulations to Lauryn Hill for winning last week's Rap Battle by taking an overwhelming 87.5 percent with her song, 'Neurotic Society.' Unfortunately, Fat Joe and his song, 'Love Me Long Time,' didn't stand a chance and only received 12.5 percent of the vote.
'Family Reunion'
Following their performance at Hot 97's Summer Jam concert Sunday (June 2), the Wu-Tang Clan kick off their 20-year anniversary with a newly released, soulful tune called 'Family Reunion.'
Adam Yauch Park
The Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch aka MCA passed away last May 4 at the tender age of 47 after battling cancer. He was honored today (May 3) when Palmetto Playground in his native Brooklyn was renamed Adam Yauch Park at a special ceremony.

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