They might be battle-hardened rap assassins, but the Wu-Tang Clan aren't above having a good time. The Clan were clearly up for a party on Saturday night at Epic, with Method Man admitting that hip hop is supposed to be fun: "Since when are hip-hop fans too cool to put their hands in ... More >>
Anyone unconvinced that the Wu-Tang show on Saturday night in Minneapolis was anything less than an all-out rap extravaganza just need look at the line wrapped around both sides of the block. Hip-hop fans of all backgrounds came out to Epic to support the longtime legends who returned to our cit ... More >>
The Wu Tang Killa Bees are on the swarm and headed toward Minneapolis tomorrow, and among the crew members ready to deliver a hot set of old favorites and new jams at Epic is Staten Island native Inspectah Deck. Whereas counterparts Method Man and Ghostface are known for their hyped-up character ... More >>
Photo by Tony NelsonAlmost exactly a year after the killa bees descended on Epic last winter, the Wu-Tang Clan plan a return to Minneapolis on January 7 this year. It takes brave souls to rap in the dead of winter in this town, but the New York crew is no stranger to snow -- or the warm sup ... More >>
Jen Boyles interviews Inspectah Deck.Inspectah Deck of Wu-Tang Clan talks to City Pages Web Editor Jen Boyles in an exclusive video interview backstage at the Wu's sold-out show at Epic Sunday night. Born Jason Hunter, he and his large and long-loved clan of New York rap personalities delivered a ... More >>
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