The Wu Tang Clan's debut album "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)" turns 25 on November 9th. The group has big things in store to mark the occasion,
Billboard reports the Wu will perform the album in full on May 27 at the Soundset Music Festival in St. Paul, Minnesota, and on May 28 to close the Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit.
In addition, the group is preparing to release it's sixth studio album. RZA is normally at the helm, but Ghostface Killah will take over the executive producer role for this one.
"RZA's a deep thinker. His subject matter ranges, I think, broader than all of ours," says Inspectah Deck. "Ghost is definitely a soulful type brother and has a deep consciousness, but he's more direct to what Wu-Tang is. Wu-Tang was beats and rhymes. Ghost picks the harder beats. He has songs like 'Camay,' so he's not gonna skip the women. There's going to be a lot more variety of harder stuff. RZA comes up with deep concepts, but Ghost brings it just a little bit harder." #enterthewutang36chambers #enterthewutang25thanniversary #oldirtybastard #rza #gza #mastakilla #capadonna #ghostfacekillah #redman #methodman #ugod #inspectahdeck #raekwon