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Last year’s Rock the Bells was headlined by Wu-Tang Clan, with all nine living members onstage (until Meth jumped into the audience). Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s son, “Young DB” was up there, carrying on his father’s legacy.
This past January, I spoke with Raekwon and Ghostface about the future of the Wu.
Listen to the first few minutes of that conversation here:
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At this year’s Rock The Bells, Wu-Tang Clan will be broken up into two different performances. Raekwon and Ghostface will be performing together, and Method Man will be performing with Redman.
Meanwhile, RZA is busy setting up his own chess website.
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