A few Hip-Hop classics from a few people...

Entries in Wu-Tang Clan (3)


Hip-Hop Classic #37: Wu-Tang Clan - Gravel Pit (Chosen by Sian Anderson)

'Gravel Pit' is a single released by the Wu-Tang Clan from their album 'The W'. It was not as popular in the U.S. as other Wu-Tang Clan singles such as 'C.R.E.A.M.' and 'Uzi' - it did, however, receive major radio play, and topped the music video show 106 & Park for two weeks straight.

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Hip-Hop Classic #33: Ol' Dirty Bastard - Brooklyn Zoo (Chosen by Sebastian Smith)

'Brooklyn Zoo' is the lead single from Ol' Dirty Bastard's debut album, Return to the 36 Chambers, which was released in 1995 on Elektra Records. The track was produced by True Master and ODB himself, and interpolates 'Protect Ya Neck' by Wu-Tang Clan.

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Hip-Hop Classic #15: Raekwon & Ghostface Killah - Heaven & Hell (Chosen by Lily Mercer)

'Heaven & Hell' is the lead single from Raekwon's debut solo album, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, which was released in 1995 on Loud Records. The track features Rae's fellow Wu-Tang member Ghostface Killah and backing vocals from Wu-Tang affiliate singer Blue Raspberry - it is also produced by the legendary RZA and contains a sample from 'Could I Be Falling In Love?' by Syl Johnson.

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