Wu-Tang Clan Revisits Their Influential Debut In A Short Online Documentary

Wu-Tang may be forever, but they have just reached a major milestone in that journey.

In celebration the group’s 25th anniversary, a new online documentary has gathered the surviving members together, along with record executives and other hip-hop superstars to discuss the enduring legacy of their debut album ‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers),' which skyrocketed them to hip-hop stardom in 1993.

The documentary, while criminally brief at 17 minutes, does manage to talk about the influence of the groups best-known tracks, and why they truly believe in their credence that “Wu-Tang is for the children.”

The group certainly does seem to be more in the public eye than ever, with their lucrative sponsorship to create content with White Castle, as well as their recently announced television series for Hulu.

To further celebrate the date, the group will be releasing a ton of new merch, including “Wu Wear” clothing and limited edition vinyl.

Watch the Wu-Tang Clan talk the impact of their most influential work in the full documentary below.


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