Is a New York based, American multi platinum rap group, “Wu Tang Clan” was organized as a loosed congregation of nine (9) “MCs”, about as a sustain group which is originally composed of “GZA”, “East Coast” rappers “RZA”, “Raekwon”, “Method Man”, “Inspectah Deck”, “U-God”, “Ghostface Killah”, “Masta Killa” and the late “Ol’ Dirty Bastard”. The group name is inspired from a mighty, mythical kung fu sword wielded by an unbeatable congregation of warriors. Below are Wu Tang Clan congregations of rappers:
In 1993, The Wu Tang Clan first became known for the release of independent single “Protect Ya Neck” and in later part of 1993, their released their intro album, enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers) which became significantly celebrated, and up to this day is honored as one of “the greatest hip hop albums of all time”. The popularity and victory of the album recognized the group as a force to reckon with in hip hop in mid-1990s. In early 1994, they released C.R.E.A.M., a single that elevate the group to the top and won them cult following. In June, 1997, the Wu Tang Clan finally gathers together and returned with their second album, the double CD, Wu Tang Forever. The album charted number one and sold more than 600,000 copies in its first week alone. The frequent tour by the group helped support the album. In 2001, the “Wu Tang Clan” released “Iron Flag” - critically praise but less commercially successful-that include crossover vibe and included “Ron Isley”, “Flavor Flav”, and distinguish producers “Trackmasters”.