Tim Westwood Freestyle featuring RZA, Math, and Reverend William Burke

During our London PR leg, we dropped by Tim Westwood's show for a freestyle. Tim Westwood actually got a nice break as RZA & Math jumped on the turntables for it.  A couple highlights to look out for: Mathematics freestyles on camera for the fist time, Reverend William Burke lays down some heat, and even 36 Chamber Co-Founder Mustafa Shaikh finds his way onto the camera. Don't forget, for those fans that want the physical music, the Vinyl and CD for "Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues is now shipping! Each copy...

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Listen To New Wu-Tang Clan Track: People Say

We're happy to announce that 36 Chambers is in the process of a transition (it's a good one). In addition to clothing, we're adding a music component under the umbrella name of 36 Chambers ALC (ALC stands for, "A Lifestyle Company"). Our first release at 36 Chambers ALC is Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues due out October 13th in partnership with Entertainment One. Produced by long-time Wu-Tang DJ & producer Mathematics and executive produced by 36 Chambers, the first track is out now via streaming platforms. Stream "People Say" below and...

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Happy Birthday RZA

July 5th marks our co-founder's birthday. RZA created the Wu Philosophy roughly 25 years ago by pulling together various influences from his life: kung fu movies, Supreme mathematics, comic books and Chinese art. From that jumping off point, Wu-Tang Clan became a dominating force in hip hop; chart topping albums created both as a group and by individuals members were released throughout the 90's. Check out the AV Club's write up on how Wu-Tang Clan achieved immortality through RZA's prodigious output of beats. Today the Wu Philosophy is still present....

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Wu Wisdom: Peace

The following is an excerpt from RZA's "Tao of Wu." Peace. The word comes from Islam and is meant to be a universal greeting. It’s the only word I use to begin and end each communication with my fellow man. “Peace”—it’s the absence of confusion. “Peace”—it’s the prevention of conflict. “Peace”—it establishes both parties on a ground of mutual respect no matter who they are. “Peace”—it’s universal. If an alien jumps in front of your ass—comes at you, like “BLAAH!” —you can still say “Peace.” He may even understand you....

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Wu Wisdom: Lessons From The Projects

The following is an excerpt from RZA's "Tao of Wu." If you live in the projects, you don’t leave them much. Everything is right there: laundry, grocery store, check-cashing place—all set up so you can live your whole life in a four-block radius. I’ve lived in at least ten different projects in New York—Van Dyke in Brownsville, Marcus Garvey in East New York, Park Hill and Stapleton in Staten Island—and they all taught me something, even if they were lessons no one would choose. Imagine you’re eight years old, going...

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