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A sampling of some classic Wu-Tang covers, redesigned with a vague Blue Note Records aesthetic. Featured in the New York Times, New York Magazine, the FontFeed, Kottke.org, and more.

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RZA. This guy revolutionised the industry, marketing the Wu-Tang Clan's members and brokering solo albums for each of them.

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WHAT?? Democrats Argue that Climate is Bigoted Against the Black Community, Unleash 'Hip-Hop Caucus' - What does hip-hop music have in common with climate change? We’re not sure, but members of the Congressional Black Caucus are hoping that they can connect with young African Americans through the music to bring awareness of the effects of climate change with The ‘Hip-Hop Caucus.’ Congressman Keith Ellision strained to explain why the black community is disproportionately hurt by climate…

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“YOU HAVE THIRTY-SIX CHAMBERS, AND THERE’S NINE MEMBERS OF THE WU-TANG CLAN. EACH MEMBER OF WU-TANG HAS FOUR CHAMBERS OF THE HEART. AND WHAT’S NINE TIMES FOUR? THIRTY-SIX. THERE ARE THIRTY-SIX FATAL POINTS ON THE BODY, AND THAT TIMES TEN DEGREES OF SEPARATION BETWEEN EACH POINT EQUALS 360 DEGREES. THEREFORE, THE WU-TANG CLAN IS A PERFECT CIRCLE, A CIPHER.” —THE RZA

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Empress Wu Zetian Tang Dynasty China (625-705 AD) The only female monarch in Chinese history, Wu Zetian was the cairen, a fifth grade concubine of the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907)) of Emperor Taizong, and...

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