Wu-Tang Clan Bring Shaolin To The NPR ‘Tiny Desk’ Stage [VIDEO]

Wu-Tang Clan Bring Shaolin To The NPR ‘Tiny Desk’ Stage [VIDEO]Wu-Tang Clan Bring Shaolin To The NPR ‘Tiny Desk’ Stage [VIDEO]

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The mighty Wu-Tang Clan is continuous to take its victory lap after a 12 months of celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). In a current cease to the NPR studios, the veteran collective introduced a little bit of Shaolin to the Tiny Desk stage.

From NPR:

The Wu-Tang Clan gathered on the Tiny Desk to commemorate the 25 years for the reason that launch of the group’s landmark album Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). With greater than 60 albums between the assorted members, The Clan’s mixed discography left them spoiled for selection when it got here to narrowing down the set listing for his or her efficiency. The consequence was an prolonged, 20-minute medley of songs from throughout the group’s iconic catalog.

The retrospective mashup of Wu classics began with the posse minimize “Triumph.” Backed by strings (The Green Project), the efficiency morphed into an old-school cipher as Raekwon, Inspectah Deck and Cappadonna traded verses with Masta Killa and U-God. Young Dirty Bastard, son of unique member Ol’ Dirty Bastard, supplied a spark of vitality harking back to his father.

Watch the Wu-Tang Clan on NPR’s Tiny Desk beneath.

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