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The Wu-Tang Clan are one of the most pivotal and important rap groups in music history, so it’s only fitting their rise to the top of hip hop be immortalized not only in song but also on-screen. Enter: Wu-Tang: An American Saga, created and executive produced by the legendary RZA and Method Man. The show stars Ashton Sanders, Shameik Moore, Erika Alexander, Zolee Griggs, and Bokeem Woodbine, to name a few. Now in its second season, Wu-Tang: An American Saga is switching tracks slightly to focus more on the group’s music. “The Clan is disillusioned with life in the projects, and Bobby knows that success in the music industry could be their ticket to better lives. But getting the Clan members to drop everything for music isn’t easy,” says Hulu on Season 2. Fans of the series will get a look at the group’s development of the Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) album amongst other things. I got a chance to sit down with some of the cast ahead of its premiere on September 8th. We spoke about how getting to know members of Wu-Tang has inspired their performances, how listening to their music has impacted their lives growing up, and what to expect in this new season.
Wu-Tang: An American Saga streams on Hulu starting September 8th.
In the wake of the “we back outside” era that this summer has manifested into, a litany of artists across the board have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to reignite quality Hip-Hop and R&B music.
Ever so often, hip hop has Introduced us to certain artists that have potential to define the sound of their era, time, and or genre.
Coffey and Criscilla Anderson are not your average couple and their family dynamic is unmatched compared to other families on reality television.
Nastasha B., a soulstress-songwriter and New York native, is releasing her follow-up single “The Interlude” on Oct. 29.
Few artists embody the current era so purely as North Carolina-based hip hop artist Reuben Vincent. At 19, Vincent has already signed with legendary producer 9th Wonder’s Jamla Records and released his eight-track sophomore EP Boy Meets World earlier this summer.
The Caribbean hip hop collective, Taste of Pluto have released their highly anticipated debut single, ‘Scorpio’s Letter’.
Miami-based rising hip-hop artist Eric Leon is preparing to release the follow-up to his self-titled EP, We In The World is scheduled to drop early this summer.
As social distancing has kept more of us in the solitude of our homes, artists have come up with innovative ways to entertain viewers around the world.