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How ‘WuTang’ Sabotaged Their ‘Industry Success’

Comedy Hype takes a look at one of the greatest rap groups of all time in the WuTang Clan.

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With members RZA, GZA, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa, Cappadonna and the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard; fans would get anthems like CREAM, Protect Ya Neck, and Triumph. Unfortunately despite their music, it turns out that a few things behind the scenes would hurt the group.

The Wu-Tang Clan is known for its distinctive sound, which incorporates gritty beats, raw lyrics, and martial arts-inspired samples. They have released several highly acclaimed albums, including “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)” (1993), “Wu-Tang Forever” (1997), and “The W” (2000).

The Wu-Tang Clan is also known for their business acumen, as they were among the first rap groups to develop their own record label, clothing line, and media company. The group’s influence on hip hop culture and music cannot be overstated, and they are often cited as one of the greatest and most influential hip hop groups of all time.


“Wu-Tang Clan: An American Saga” is a television drama series created by RZA and Alex Tse. The series tells the story of the formation of the Wu-Tang Clan, starting from the group’s humble beginnings in Staten Island, New York in the early 1990s.

The series is based on the real-life experiences of the Wu-Tang Clan members, with some creative liberties taken for dramatic effect. It explores the struggles and challenges that the group faced as they sought to break into the music industry, including poverty, violence, and drug addiction.

The series features a talented cast of actors who portray the members of the Wu-Tang Clan, including Shameik Moore as Raekwon, Ashton Sanders as RZA, Siddiq Saunderson as Ghostface Killah, and Dave East as Method Man. The show also features original music from the group, as well as other hip-hop artists.