Weekend Playlist: Wu-Bangers 'N' Mash

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As reported earlier this week, the "Rock the Bells" tour 2011 will be making a stop at the Fillmore Miami on September 13. The tour serves as a flagship of everything that is right with hip-hop both today and in days past.

The festival regularly features performances from the many incarnations of the Wu-Tang Clan. This week, we recognize the group's long-lasting influence and staying power in music. Remaining relevant for close to 20 years, the group featured in this week's playlist showcases a handful of mash-ups, remixes, and lesser-known tracks from Shaolin's Finest.

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Track Listing:

Wugazi - "Sleep Rules Everything Around Me"
Ghostface Killah - "Return of Theodore Unit"
MF Doom - "Incarcerated Scarfaces (Charnsuka)"
DJ Muggs Vs. the GZA - "Queen's Gambit"
The Hood Internet - "Wu Daydream"
Raekwon - "Live Kid ft. Notorious BIG"
Ghostface Killah - "Charlie Brown (Remix)"
Wugazi - "Floating Labels"
Method Man, Ghostface, and Raekwon - "Mef Vs. Chef 2"
GZA & Ras Kass - "Lyrical Swords"
The Wu-Tang Clan - "93 Freestyle"

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