Wu-Tang Clan Drop ‘For The Children: 25 Years Of Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’ Doc


Source: D.L. Chandler / Hip-Hop Wired

This previous weekend the timeless Hip-Hop basic that’s Wu-Tang Clan’s Enter The 36 Chambers celebrated it’s 25th anniversary (really feel previous, y’all? We do!) and although they didn’t re-release the album they did do one thing higher.

To commemorate the anniversary Wu-Tang launched a documentary about their basic debut album titled For The Children: 25 Years Of Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) wherein every member explains what the album meant to them and the way it modified the sport. Aside from getting perception from every particular person member For The Children additionally options the likes of A$AP Ferg and A$AP Rocky speaking about impression the album had on them again within the day. “People can relate to battle particularly once you within the muthaf*ckin’ battle” defined Rocky.

The RZA’s abstract of Enter The 36 Chambers is a little more insightful than Rocky’s however not far off from what he felt. “36 Chambers, once you hear it you’re listening to younger males discovering themselves and discovering a method to specific themselves.” And we had been all capable of relate to what they had been saying which is why to today many regard Enter The 36 Chambers as a prime 10 Hip-Hop basic.

Check out For The Children: 25 Years Of Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) under and prepare to bop your head all through your entire documentary.