|1.||Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)|
Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) is the debut rap album by the legendary hip-hop collective the Wu-Tang Clan. Released on November 9th, 1993 the album brought focus back to the hardcore underground rap scene after Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg were taking over with their solo albums. the album has 12 tracks, is entirly produced by the RZA and contains hardcore gritty beats and Hong Kong cinema snippets and is considerd one of the best albums of all time, especially in the hip-hop world.more...
01)Bring Da Ruckus
02)Shame on a Nigga
03)Clan in Da Front
04)Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber
05)Can it All So Simple
06)Da Mystery of Chessboxin'
07)Wu-Tang Clan ain't Nuthing ta F' Wit
08)C.R.E.A.M. (Cash Rules Everything Around Me)
10)Protect Ya Neck
12)Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber - Part II
|2.||Wu Tang Clan|
Simply the finest group of MCs ever to assemble as a group and one of the standout acts in hip-hop's golden era in the 90s.more...
Together they created what is possibly the greatest and realest hip-hop album of all-time in "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)".
The Wu Tang Clan took hip-hop, musically, to the next level, with RZA creating timeless beats, GZA writing lyrics that put other rappers to shame and Raekwon pioneering a whole new sub-genre of hip-hop - mafioso rap (a style that Jay-Z would later imitate).
With the exception of U-God (... Sorry), every single member of the Clan was/is exceptionally gifted, as demonstrated by their solo projects - Liquid Swords, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, Tical, Supreme Clientele etc.
If you're reading this definition because you actually don't know who the Wu Tang Clan are - educate yourself.
Basically, don't fuck with the Wu.
One of the songs that are probably in the list of the greatest Wu-Tang Clan songs. For a song that is not in their first album, it can hold its own when compared to some of the songs in 36 Chambers.
Man 1: Yo remember when the Wu-Tang Clan came out with C.R.E.A.M., Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothin' Ta F' Wit', Protect Ya Neck, Shame on a Nigga, Mystery of Chessboxin', and Bring da Ruckus? Every nigga on the block was going crazy, there were riots 'cuz of the damn songs!more...
Man 2: Word up my duke, I still remember when we was listenin' to Can it all be so simple, Clan in da front, and then when Shame on a Nigga played them niggas Tijandre and Michael did the funniest ODB impressions! Remember that my nigga?
Man 1: Yeah man, we was wildin' out and yelling and cussin' and shouting! Man, the Wu-Tang Clan never came out with an album as good as Enter the Wu-Tang. Man, remember that time we heard Bring da Ruckus for the first time, all the niggas in our neighborhood went so wild that the police startin sweatin' us?
Man 2: Yeah man, we really brought the ruckus, I laughed so hard when they left. Have you heard their older albums?
Man 1: Course I did my duke, how you feel 'bout that song Triumph?
Man 2: I love that song man, everybody killed it! Even U-God had a sweet verse, and that cat Cappadonna did not disappoint me.
Man 1: Wu-Tang Clan ain't nothin' ta fuck wit'.
|4.||Diversify Your Bonds|
A method of reducing financial risk by spreading one's money among many different kinds of securities. This mitigates risk because a portfolio invested in multiple asset classes is less likely to be affected by the negative performance of one single investment.
"You need to diversify your bonds, nigga." - GZA
"When I needed financial advice, I decided to enter the 36 chambers and step to the muhfukkin Wu, where they told me to diversify my bonds. Now I'm makin' stacks and drinkin' 'gnac every day!"
The Wu-Tang wake-up is a simple process that involves waking up your sleeping roommates and friends to everyone's favorite East Coast rap collective- The Wu-Tang Clan.more...
Follow these steps for a successful Wu-Tang wake-up:
1.) Go to wherever your friends are sleeping; the earlier in the morning, the better.
2.) Make sure to have your camera with you- you'll want to take pictures of this.
3.) Get your stereo turned up as loud as possible
4.) Go to the second track of "Enter the 36 Chambers", which is "Shame on a Nigga". Hit pause on that shit.
5.) Make sure the camera is ready, then hit play.
6.) Dance around, sing the lyrics and take pictures while your friends are abruptly being awoke.
7.) Most importantly- DO NOT turn the music off. In fact, just walk away completely after you get your pictures, so they have to physically get up and turn off the stereo.
The Wu-Tang wake-up works especially well when your friends or roommates have been up drinking the night before and you're getting up early for work. It will not only start your day off great, but it will start theirs off really bad. But they deserve it, because they were up drinking last night while you were trying to get some sleep.
Also known as Prince Rakeem, Rzarector, Bobby Steelz, Abbott. The Chief and Legendary producer of the Legendary Hip-Hop Group, the Wu-Tang Clan. Produced beats that are raw, hardcore, milimalized (See Enter The Wu Tang: 36 Chambers), eerie, soulful, contained Kung-Fu movie dialogue samples and far in depth. One of the greatest and influential Hip-Hop Producers ever, if not the greatest. Only very few Hip-Hop producers can rumble with the RZA such as DJ Premier (Gang Starr), Dr. Dre, Prince Paul, Pete Rock and Large Professor.
Producers recieving the most praise today such as the Pharrell, Timbaland, Kanye West are not even close to matching the greatness of the RZA. Sure Pharrell and or Kanye maybe more popular and make more money than the RZA now, but the RZA left a bigger influence and will be remembered forever.
Some Sick RZA Beats:
Shadowboxin' (Dope Ass Beat)
Protect Ya Neck
Da Mystery of Chessboxin'
Duel of The Iron Mic
Bring Da Ruckus
Bring Da Pain
Careful (Click, Click)
"While niggaz bite immediately if not soon
Set the lynchin, and form the execution date
As this two thousand beyond slang suffocate
Amplify sample through vacumn tubes compressions
Cause RZA, to charge niggaz twenty g’s a session"
- GZA/Genius Liquid Swords, 1995, Shadowboxin', Track 8.
Forget all the Bling, Crunk, G-Unit, Fake Thug R&B, and all that Watered Down Commercialized Bullcrap, Wu-Tang Forever!
|7.||Bring Da Ruckus!|
"Bring Da Ruckus" was a hit song on the album "Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers", from the legendary Wu-Tang Clan. When RZA shouted this, he meant either "having everybody in the club or in the neighborhood just go crazy", or "calling out all challengers".
Bring da motherfuckin' ruckus-
Bring da motherfuckin' ruckus-
Bring da mother-Bring da motherfuckin' ruckus
Bring da motherfuckin' ruckus!
(Bring da Ruckus!) haha