Limited docuseries looks back on the group's career. It was music and shared lyrical genius that allowed them to form the most recognized musical movement in the world, all while walking the tightrope that links business with brotherhood.
The RZA, The GZA, 'Ol Dirty Bastard, Inspectah Deck, Raekwon The Chef, U-God, Ghostface Killah, Cappadonna, Masta Killa and Method Man cut a song, Protect Ya Neck, and the world hasn't been the same ...
Wu-Tang Clan's underground rap single blows up and business moved fast. Despite their success, things were going on back home in the projects that affected their friends and family - the Wu weren't ...
The sweet smell of success was intoxicating but the death of a friend changed the way each member saw the world and the Wu. The members would all go on to have successful solo careers, and Wu-Tang's ...
This limited docuseries looks back on the group's career, combining intimate and reflective interviews from each of the nine living members with never-before-seen archival footage and performances. Their ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit brought them together to overcome the poverty, violence and oppression of their New York neighborhoods. But it was music and their shared lyrical genius that allowed them to form the most recognized musical movement in the world, all while walking the tightrope that links business with brotherhood.Written by
EXCELLENT!!!!!!! Seriously, this documentary series FAR exceeded my expectations. Their impact and business sense - OMG - so impressive. The music, of course, masterful. Their message and branding of unity outreaches beyond just music. An artful expression, a body of work, of humanity! Beautifully laid out, wonderfully crafted (ie editing, production, direction). Even if you are not a hip-hop fan (or even better) this is a must see for a great understanding. For real. TOP NOTCH! Very well done. Showtime needs to give it an Emmy push in the Non-Fiction cats.
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