RZA Takes It Back To The Release Of "Protect Ya Neck"
There’s a reason why the saying “Wu-Tang Forever” has endured for so long, dating back to the dawn of the Wu-Tang Clan in the early nineties. To this day, their 1993 debut album Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) is touted by many as one of the greatest hip-hop albums of all time, a claim that still holds up. Not only does it serve as a time capsule to rap’s golden era, but it also captures a distinctive vibe throughout, bringing Eastern mysticism to the streets of New York City.
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There’s a reason why the RZA still looks back fondly on those early days, when he was standing as the architect behind a rapidly-rising movement. Today, Bobby Digital took to Instagram for a stroll down memory lane, sharing an image of the Wu-Tang Clan’s breakout single…