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The song is featured on the group's debut studio album Enter the Wu-Tang 36 Chambers. That single sold 10, copies. The album version of the song even the 'explicit' versions of the album is edited to scratch out all profanity, save for repeated use of the word nigga.
On the original recording version of the song, Inspectah Deck's verse came second, but RZA changed it to first in the order. The original beat was totally different, and all Wu-members were in a different order. RZA just said "I just need y'all voices" and Wu entered the studio the next morning and RZA arranged everything, including the karate chops. The person who rings into a radio station at the start of the song was from an interview Wu did. Wu did the interview on a radio station "Virginia or Maryland, WPGC, I think" Inspectah Deck saysdifferent segments of the same interview are placed at different parts of the album.
Rapper Grand Daddy I. GZA's verse was directed at his former label for lack of promotion over his debut Words from the Genius in favor of the former's debut album Smooth Assassin. Aside from the swipes at his former label, he also took a few swipes at I. So you know how that shit is. That shit is neither here nor there".
The chime that opens the song is from the kung fu movie Executioners from Shaolin. It has also been featured in the final episode of superhero web television series The Defenders Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off) - Wu-Tang Clan - Legend Of The Wu-Tang: Wu-Tang Clans Greatest Hits a fight scene between all four Defenders and The Hand.
The music video shows each Wu-Tang rapper in black Drag City - Various - Rock N Roll Double white rapping individually with their entourage in the background.
As each rapper starts his verse, their rap aliases are shown on the screen. In the video, occasionally clips of Wu-Tang as a full group in color are flashed for a Gulf Of Carpentara - Various - EMMA Compilation 94 seconds.
It features a cameo appearance from a then-unknown Cappadonna during Raekwon and Method Man's scenes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kiah Fields. Retrieved Page Half Time. Wu-Tang Clan. Legend of the Wu-Tang Clan Wu-Chronicles Wu-Chronicles, Chapter 2 Book Category.
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