Wu-Tang Clan
Wu-Tang Clan

Wu-Tang Clan

USAHip Hop, Contemporary Hip Hop
5,862,854 monthly listeners
  • 3.1M followers
  • 1.7M subscribers
  • 2.2M followers
  • 76K followers
  • 96.1K followers

Wu-Tang Clan's Top Spotify Songs

1
Artist Name
C.R.E.A.M.
1.6M streams
2
Artist Name
Protect Ya Neck
460.5K streams
3
Artist Name
Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing ta F' Wit
400.1K streams
4
Artist Name
Triumph
309.1K streams
5
Artist Name
Preservation
292.7K streams
1.6M
Streams last week

C.R.E.A.M.

Wu-Tang Clan, Method Man, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Buddha Monk
460.5K
Streams last week

Protect Ya Neck

Wu-Tang Clan, RZA, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Raekwon, U-God, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Ghostface Killah, GZA
400.1K
Streams last week
309.1K
Streams last week

Triumph

Wu-Tang Clan, Cappadonna, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Inspectah Deck, Method Man, U-God, RZA, GZA, Masta Killa, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon
292.7K
Streams last week
215.1K
Streams last week

Gravel Pit

Wu-Tang Clan, RZA, Method Man, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, U-God
205.8K
Streams last week

Shame

System of a Down, Wu-Tang Clan
203K
Streams last week

Method Man

Wu-Tang Clan, Method Man, Raekwon, GZA, RZA, Ghostface Killah
192K
Streams last week
187.4K
Streams last week

Wu-Tang Clan's YouTube Videos

203.2M
Views
Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M. (Official HD Video)
Youtube
203.2M views
Jan 21, 2014
103.8M
Views

Wu-Tang Clan - Method Man (Official Video)

Wu-Tang Clan

Wu-Tang Clan - Method Man (Official Video)
Youtube
103.8M views
Feb 06, 2013
65.4M
Views

Wu-Tang Clan - Triumph (Official HD Video) ft. Cappadonna

Wu-Tang Clan

Wu-Tang Clan - Triumph (Official HD Video) ft. Cappadonna
Youtube
65.4M views
Apr 29, 2013

Wu-Tang Clan's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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Artist Name
I Love My '90s Hip-Hop
by Spotify
2
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Throwback Jams
by Spotify
3
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Old School Hip Hop​​
by Spotify
4
Artist Name
Taste
by Spotify
5
Artist Name
HipHop 2024
by Spotify
8.5M
Followers
2.7M
Followers
808K
Followers
566.4K
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394K
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304.3K
Followers

Wu-Tang Clan's Chart Ranks

Past 12 Months

Events145 Events

Apr
19-20
National Cannabis Festival
United States
USA
, WashingtonN/A N/A
May
10-12
Kilby Block Party
United States
USA
, Salt Lake CityN/A N/A
Sep
27
Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels
United States
USA
, Nevada City2500 - 5000 Hall
Sep
28
Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels
United States
USA
, Nevada City2500 - 5000 Hall
Mar
23
Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels
United States
USA
, Nevada City2500 - 5000 Hall
Past
Mar
22
Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels
United States
USA
, Nevada City2500 - 5000 Hall
Past
Feb
10
Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels
United States
USA
, Nevada City2500 - 5000 Hall
Past
Feb
09
Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels
United States
USA
, Nevada City2500 - 5000 Hall
Past
Oct
21
Wu-Tang Clan at MGM Grand Garden Arena
United States
USA
, Las Vegas10000 - 30000 Stadium
Past

Wu-Tang Clan's Upcoming Events4 Events

  • National Cannabis Festival festival

    Wu-Tang Clan, Thundercat, Redman, Noochie, Devin The Dude, RDGLDGRN, Korine, Black Alley, Backyard Band, The Dirty Grass Players, black rave culture, Farrah Flosscett
    USA, Washington
    Big
  • Kilby Block Party festival

    Wu-Tang Clan, Vampire Weekend, Current Joys, Royel Otis, Interpol, Dayglow, Death Cab for Cutie, Yot Club, EKKSTACY, Malcolm Todd, LCD Soundsystem, Bombay Bicycle Club, Peach Pit, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Alvvays, 100 gecs, Belle and Sebastian, Ginger Root, Yves Tumor, The Postal Service, Beach Fossils, Panchiko, Courtney Barnett, The Garden, Yoke Lore, Dinosaur Jr., Cautious Clay, Slow Pulp, hemlocke springs, Blondshell, Yellow Days, Petey, Pond, Luna Li, Andy Shauf, Ty Segall, Guided By Voices, Krooked Kings, Jai Paul, Odie Leigh, Fazerdaze, Arcy Drive, Hana Vu, Abby Sage, Lomelda, Horse Jumper of Love, Joanna Newsom, Annie DiRusso, Kara Jackson, Gustaf, Water From Your Eyes, Model/Actriz, Joanna Sternberg, Choir Boy, 26fix, Blue Rain Boots, Little Moon, Bobo, Sculpture Club, Drusky, PERSONA 749
    USA, Salt Lake City
    Medium
  • Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels

    Wu-Tang Clan
    The Theater at Virgin Hotels
    USA, Nevada City
    Hall2.5K - 5K
  • Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels

    Wu-Tang Clan
    The Theater at Virgin Hotels
    USA, Nevada City
    Hall2.5K - 5K

Wu-Tang Clan's Past Events141 Events

  • Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels

    Wu-Tang Clan
    The Theater at Virgin Hotels
    USA, Nevada City
    Hall2.5K - 5K
  • Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels

    Wu-Tang Clan
    The Theater at Virgin Hotels
    USA, Nevada City
    Hall2.5K - 5K
  • Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels

    Wu-Tang Clan
    The Theater at Virgin Hotels
    USA, Nevada City
    Hall2.5K - 5K
  • Wu-Tang Clan at The Theater at Virgin Hotels

    Wu-Tang Clan
    The Theater at Virgin Hotels
    USA, Nevada City
    Hall2.5K - 5K
  • Wu-Tang Clan at MGM Grand Garden Arena

    Nas, Wu-Tang Clan
    MGM Grand Garden Arena
    USA, Las Vegas
    Stadium10K - 30K

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Wu-Tang Clan's Beatport Songs

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Artist Name
Hi (UNKLE Reconstruction)
Released on Jun 11, 2021
2
Artist Name
Hi (Original Mix)
Released on Dec 01, 2020
3
Artist Name
Protect Ya Neck (Radio Edit)
Released on Nov 16, 2018
4
Artist Name
Protect Ya Neck (Bonus Beats)
Released on Nov 16, 2018
5
Artist Name
Protect Ya Neck (Shao Lin Version)
Released on Nov 16, 2018

Hi (UNKLE Reconstruction)

Wu-Tang Clan, Texas, UNKLE

Hi (Original Mix)

Wu-Tang Clan, Texas

Protect Ya Neck (Radio Edit)

Wu-Tang Clan, RZA, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, U-God, Inspectah Deck, GZA, Method Man, Ol' Dirty Bastard

Protect Ya Neck (Bonus Beats)

Wu-Tang Clan, RZA, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, U-God, Inspectah Deck, GZA, Method Man, Ol' Dirty Bastard

Seen A Lot Of Things (Original Mix)

Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Wu-Tang Clan

On That Sht Again (Original Mix)

RZA, Ghostface Killah, Wu-Tang Clan

More about Wu-Tang Clan

Overview of Contemporary Hip Hop musician Wu-Tang Clan

A well-known Hip Hop group from Staten Island, New York, is called Wu-Tang Clan. Early in the 1990s, the group made its debut and swiftly rose to prominence as one of Hip Hop history's most important performers. Gritty beats, thought-provoking lyrics, and outstanding vocal delivery combine to create their music. Widely regarded as one of the forerunners of contemporary hip hop, Wu-Tang Clan has had a significant influence on the genre.

Their songs have a distinct East Coast flavor and are distinguished by their intricate rhyme schemes and passionate storytelling. The social and political themes that Wu-Tang Clan frequently highlights include inequality, criminality, and poverty. The trio stands out from the mainstream Hip Hop industry because their lyrics are frequently reflective and thought-provoking.

A generation of Hip Hop artists were affected by the music of the Wu-Tang Clan, and many musicians are still inspired by it today. Their influence on the music business cannot be disputed, and the unique way they approached hip hop has had a long-lasting effect on the genre. One of the most influential Hip Hop groups of all time, Wu-Tang Clan, will always be regarded as such.

What are the most popular songs for Contemporary Hip Hop musician Wu-Tang Clan?

Staten Island-born Wu-Tang Clan has made a name for itself as one of the greatest hip-hop groups of all time. They have a devoted following thanks to their distinctive sound, which combines catchy songs and rough sounds. One of their most popular songs and the one that has come to represent the group is "C.R.E.A.M." The song has a soulful sample with lyrics that discuss the harsh realities of life in the inner city.

The Wu-Tang Clan's "Protect Ya Neck" is another excellent song from the group that shows off both their brilliance and raw energy. Each member of the group takes turns singing on the song, exhibiting their individual personalities and talent. With its memorable melody and contagious tempo, "Gravel Pit" is another fan favorite. The band appears in a post-apocalyptic wasteland in the song's music video, which has become recognizable.

Other noteworthy songs by the Wu-Tang Clan include "Triumph," a collaborative effort on which every member participated, and "Method Man," a member's solo piece that has become a hip-hop classic. With its high intensity and combative lyricism, "Bring Da Ruckus" is another standout.

Overall, it is impossible to overstate the impact Wu-Tang Clan has had on hip-hop. They have earned a spot in the hall of fame of hip-hop greats thanks to their distinctive style and indisputable talent.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Contemporary Hip Hop musician Wu-Tang Clan?

With their most recent albums, Staten Island's legendary hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan has continued to make waves in the music business. "Of Mics and Men (Music from the Showtime Documentary Series)," their 2019 CD, gives a modern spin on their timeless sound while remaining true to its heritage. Songs on the album include "On That Sht Again," "Seen a Lot of Things," and "Do the Same as My Brother Do" highlight the group's skill with lyrics and convey strong messages.

In their most recent song, "Hi (UNKLE Reconstruction) (2021)," they give their 2020 smash "Hi" a new twist. Other recent songs include "Hood Go Bang! (Remix) [feat. Redman, Method Man, Raekwon, U-God, Mathematics] (2017)" and "Pearl Harbor (REMIX) [feat. Mathematics, Method Man, Ghostface Killah, Sean Price, Pharoahe Monch and Tek] (2018)." These songs show the group's capacity for working with other musicians to produce dynamic, upbeat music.

Overall, Wu-Tang Clan keeps pushing the limits of hip hop and making music that appeals to listeners all around the world. Their most recent albums demonstrate their diversity and dedication to spreading important themes through song. There is something in their most recent body of work for everyone, whether you've been a fan for a while or are just discovering their sound.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Contemporary Hip Hop musician Wu-Tang Clan?

The American hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan have been creating waves in the music industry for more than three decades. They are from Staten Island. The biggest festivals in the world, such as Glastonbury Festival, Summerfest, and BottleRock Napa Valley, have included their performances. Because of the group's distinctive fusion of Kung-Fu movie samples and East Coast Hip Hop, they became an immediate success and are still in demand today.

In 2006, Wu-Tang Clan gave one of their most memorable performances at the Hollywood Bowl. A sold-out audience of 18,000 people watched the group perform the entirety of their famous album "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)" on stage. This concert served as proof of the band's enduring popularity and the enduring value of their music. Another noteworthy performance came in 2018 at the Sydney Opera House as a part of the Vivid Live festival. The audience was in awe of the group's intensity and stage presence, which could not be denied.

Other significant locations where Wu-Tang Clan has performed include the Ryman Auditorium and Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino. Additionally, they have performed at the Something In The Water festival and Summer Sonic Tokyo. Their reputation as one of the most significant Hip Hop groups of all time has been cemented by these performances, which have also influenced a new generation of musicians.

The performances by Wu-Tang Clan at numerous events and festivals have been nothing short of legendary. They have become an iconic force in the music industry thanks to their distinctive sound and aesthetic. It is obvious that their influence on Hip Hop and music in general will last for generations as they continue to tour and perform.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Contemporary Hip Hop musician Wu-Tang Clan?

The Wu-Tang Clan is renowned for its legendary partnerships with various hip-hop artists. The song "C.R.E.A.M." with Method Man, Buddha Monk, and Inspectah Deck is one of their most well-known collaborations. This song, which has become a classic in the genre, displays the band's distinctive sound and songwriting.

The song "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing ta F' Wit" by RZA, Inspectah Deck, and Method Man is another noteworthy Wu-Tang Clan collaboration. This song has received accolades for its powerful delivery and catchy chorus and serves as a showcase for the group's raw energy and aggressive flow.

Despite the fact that the Wu-Tang Clan has worked with many different musicians throughout the course of their career, "C.R.E.A.M." and "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing ta F' Wit" stand out as some of their most significant partnerships. These songs, which continue to be praised by both fans and critics, have contributed to the group's establishment in hip-hop history.

What do people also ask about Contemporary Hip Hop musician Wu-Tang Clan?


Why is Wu-Tang Clan so important?

The Wu-Tang Clan is noteworthy because they are regarded as one of the most influential hip hop groups in history, having contributed significantly to the creation and acceptance of the East Coast and hardcore hip hop subcultures. <br><br><br>


Are Wu-Tang Clan gangsters?

The FBI once classified the Wu-Tang Clan as a criminal organization engaged in a number of unlawful acts, including the sale of drugs, the possession of illegal firearms, murder, carjackings, and violent crimes. It's unclear, though, whether the group's members are gangsters in and of themselves.


How famous is Wu-Tang Clan?

With their debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) being regarded as one of the best hip-hop albums of all time, Wu-Tang Clan is regarded as one of the most influential hip-hop groups in history. They are so well-known that a New York street bears their name.


Who totally disrespected the Wu-Tang Clan?

The court disqualified a juror known as Juror No. 59 because he was unable to be impartial toward Shkreli, who won the exclusive Wu-Tang Clan CD, and claimed "he disrespected the Wu-Tang Clan."


Who started Wu-Tang Clan?

GZA started Wu-Tang Clan in Staten Island, New York in 1992.


Is Wu-Tang Clan Japanese?

The Taoist sacred mountain Wu Dang is where the word "Wu-tang" first appeared. It is situated in Hubei Province in Central China. The phrase also serves as the name of the Ming Purple Imperial City of Emperor Yong Le, which was built between the years of 1404 and 1420. No Response.


Were Wu-Tang Clan gangsters?

The FBI targeted the Wu-Tang Clan for a while in the 1990s and the early 2000s and classified them as a criminal organization engaged in a number of unlawful acts, including the sale of drugs, the possession of weapons, and violent crimes.


Why is Wu-Tang Clan so famous?

Additionally, the Wu-Tang Clan, who made their debut with the album "Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)" in 1993, became well-known for their innovative blend of East Coast and hardcore hip hop with samples from kung-fu movies, comic book quotes, and other sources.