WU-TANG CLAN PERFORMED ON GMA & WILL PERFORM AND SIT DOWN WITH MICHAEL STRAHAN ON GMA DAY TODAY
NOVEMBER 9TH DECLARED “WU-TANG CLAN DAY” IN STATEN ISLAND, NY
“‘Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’ is, and always will be, timeless.” – Billboard
“‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’ was the first stage of worldwide dominance for the Clan.” – Rolling Stone
“One of the best rap albums ever” – Complex
“Wu-Tang Clan’s earth-shattering debut album ‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’” – The FADER
Certified Classics celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) with the release of For The Children: 25 Years of Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) short film today. The short film celebrates the music of the album as it turns 25 years old. Through the words of the members of Wu-Tang, they recount the founding principles that brought them together as a group, the struggles of growing up and how this fueled their lyrical content, the production of key songs and the lasting impact of the album. Click HERE to view.
The film features fan accounts from A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, Gary Vaynerchuck, Joey Bada$$, and honorary member Young Dirty Bastard (Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s first-born son). They talk about how 36 Chambers and Wu-Tang have been a source of inspiration and YDB talks about being born into Wu.
Additionally, in conjunction with the anniversary, Wu-Tang Clan performed on GMA and will be interviewed on GMA Day today. On GMA they performed “Protect Ya Neck” with Young Dirty Bastard. All audience members received complimentary Wu-Wear.
From this day forth, Staten Island has officially been declared November 9th “Wu-Tang Clan Day.” The proclamation is taking place on GMA Day today and Wu-Tang will perform and chat with Michael Strahan about “C.R.E.A.M.”
As previously announced, Certified Classic’s will also release a limited run of Wu-Tang Clan’s iconic third single “C.R.E.A.M.” as a special Die-Cut 10” Picture Disc in the shape of the legendary Wu-Tang Logo. The re-issue vinyl is backed with the single’s original B-side “The Mystery of Chessboxin” which will be available on December 14th at https://certified.lnk.to/WuTang25/ArtistStore. As well as an exclusive “36 Chambers” t-shirt in partnership with Live Nation (Wu-Tang’s official merch company) to commemorate this milestone album anniversary.
Check out the bundles at https://certified.lnk.to/WuTang25/ArtistStore
25 years later, Wu-Tang’s Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) is timeless, the greatest honor an album can accomplish, earned only by aging without a wrinkle.
Be the first to cop the exclusive Wu Wear collection at the FootAction pop up this week at 125 W 33rd Street.
With their 1993 debut album, which has just been re-certified 3X Platinum with the RIAA, the nine-man clan created a rich, innovative labyrinth to explore and created the benchmark of culture-defining greatness. Sonically and lyrically the body of work is a neck-breaking rush through the raw cracks and crevices of every room and chamber. Wu-Tang cemented their names, lyrics, sound, and symbol in the unforeseen tomorrow by making what wasn’t in their present. By doing so, they gave hip-hop one of her greatest gifts to be passed down by the generations.
Listen HERE to the Wu-Tang Clan Top Tracks Playlist curated by RZA.
About Certified Classics
Certified Classics is Legacy Recordings’ division for the celebration of Sony Music’s Hip-Hop and R&B catalog. With artists like The Fugees, Maxwell, Nas, A Tribe Quest, Xscape, Aaliyah and many more, Certified pays homage to the legendary innovators of Hip-Hop and R&B by preserving, curating and reissuing repertoire from the 1980s through the early 2000s.
Launched in 2016, Certified creates opportunities to discuss, revisit, and renew interest in a genre that shaped an entire culture, making the leap from a grassroots form of expression to a mainstream juggernaut with staying power. Certified provides contemporary music fans access to rare and unreleased albums, singles, remixes, photos and video footage from iconic labels that have come through the Sony label system such as Jive, Loud, Ruffhouse, J Records, Arista, LaFace, So So Def, Profile, RCA Records, Epic, and Columbia—all in an effort to tell stories that help illustrate the impact R&B and Hip-Hop have made on music and the world.