Bronze Nazareth Checks In With His Wu-Tang Roots In The Beat He Gives Willie The Kid (Video)

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Willie The Kid and Bronze Nazareth might both come from Michigan, but each have strong ties to the sons of Shaolin: the Wu-Tang Clan. W.T.K. is younger brother of La The Darkman, who was one of the early successful artists under the Wu umbrella. Bronze Nazareth came up with Cilvarings, who was discovered by Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and an artist brought to New York City’s D&D Studios to work with the Wu-Elements team of 4th Disciple, Allah Mathematics, and Tru-Master.

Years removed from the Wu genesis of their careers, Willie and Bronze link up for “The Guilt.” The video matches the song perfectly, with grimy images of chillin’ hard, rollin’ up, and brotherly bonding. Both artists are big on churning out material, but this is a dart that really sticks in their catalogs.

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