Wu-Tang Is 4 EVER!

Listening to Odd Future makes me want to hear some shit with sick lyrics and masterful musical soundscapes. Enter The 36 Chambers never gets old for me. Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s Return to the 36 might be my favorite Wu album of all time.

O.D.B. was such a special artist because he was strong enough to be vulnerable. Smart enough to act stupid. And pure enough to be dirty. Add the Raekwon featuring Ghostface Killah epic OB4CL and you have possibly the holy trinity of NYC rap.

I loved reading this book written by the homey Alvin Blanco (@Aqua174) because it’s a chronological history of Hip-Hop’s most groundbreaking and futuristic collective. You get to learn about the backstories behind all of the group’s legendary discography

The book is written from years of exhaustive research to speak directly from the voices of the Wu-Tang members. If you don’t mind being called a Wu-Tang stan then you won’t mind this collection of quotes and footnotes detailing RZA and the group’s history since the early days of Prince Rakeem and the Genius.

If books are the new millennium CD’s then The Wu-Tang Clan and The RZA is definitely a platinum plaque for your bookshelf.

4 Responses to “Wu-Tang Is 4 EVER!”

  1. I’m gonna have to get this immediately

  2. Ivan says:

    I def. wanna read this, but why the fruck is it $40+? #cheapjewcomplaints

  3. Dart_Adams says:

    Damb. I had NO clue dude wrote a Wu Tang book…


  4. Abortatron says:

    *comments strictly to get my name amongst the rap blog greats*

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