Wu-Tang Clan 20th Anniversary: 20 Essential Tracks For the 20th Anniversary


2013 is a big year in Shaolin: it marks the twentieth anniversary of the Wu-Tang Clan’s debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), as well as the year RZA gets on TV in a big way.

But the most exciting news came this past weekend: at Method Man’s 42nd birthday party at the Key Club in Hollywood, he announced that we should “be on the lookout for the 20th anniversary Wu-Tang album out this year.” Whether this means a new album altogether or a re-issue of the ‘93 classic, hip-hop fans have new reason to rejoice.

So to commemorate this special occasion, I’ve compiled a list of 20 essential Wu-Tang tracks:

(WARNING: Viewers are advised to protect ya neck, because Wu-Tang Clan "ain’t nuthing ta f*ck wit'." PolicyMic is not responsible for any injuries suffered while viewing this footage.)

1. "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing ta F-ck Wit"

2. "Can It Be All So Simple"

3. "C.R.E.A.M."

4. "Method Man"

5. "Da Mystery of Chessboxin'"

6. "Protect Ya Neck"

7. "Triumph"

8. "Hollow Bones"

9. "Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)"

10. "I Can't Go to Sleep"

11. "Do You Really? (Thang Thang)"

12. "Gravel Pit"

13. "In the Hood"

14. "Rules"

15. "Soul Power"

16. "Uzi (Pink Ring)"

17. "The Heart Gently Weeps"

18. "Wolves"

19. "Conditioner"

20. "Bring Da Ruckus"