Hip hop groups are hard to come by nowadays. Many lack the chemistry and longevity needed to etch their names in the history books with the likes of Outkast, Run-DMC and, of course, Wu-Tang Clan. The polarizing group became Hip hop’s darlings when they released their debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) in 1993. Ever since then, they have stymied clouds of doubts with their rays of lyricism and poignant albums. These guys are legends by themselves, but as a group, they are one huge super beast. Take a look at where some of your favorite Wu-Tang Clan members are now.
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Method Man’s brash and aggressive approach was something hip hop fans adored. He gained notoriety for his abrasive rhyme scheme on Enter the 36 Chambers and Tical. Later, he segued into acting and has been featured in the likes of Brown Sugar, How High, Trainwreck, and more. He has his newest album Crystal Meth slated to drop, in addition to Blackout 3, with Redman.
RZA is one of the founding fathers of The Wu-Tang Clan. His uncanny ability to handcraft a beat was ultimately his calling. He’s sonically responsible for curating projects like Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers, Wu-Tang Forever, and more. Like Method Man, RZA made the seamless transition into acting, as he’s been featured in The Man With the Iron Fist, American Gangster,Repo Man, and more.