Wu-Tang Clan & Boot Camp Clik Rock On For Sean Price & ODB (Lyric Video)
Last month, Sean Price’s posthumous LP Imperius Rex included the track “Clans & Cliks.” Wu-Tang Clan’s Method Man, Raekwon, and Inspectah Deck shared the mic with Sean, Rock, and Smif-n-Wessun of the Boot Camp Clik in a massive Hip-Hop union. As Rockness Monsta readies his tribute to his fallen Heltah Skeltah partner, that chemistry gets an encore. “Camp Wu” expands on the bond from two highly-respected New York City rugged Rap outfits for more than 20 years.
From September 22’s Rockness A.P. (After Price), this song also involves Meth’ and Rebel INS, as well as Tek and General Steele (Smif-n-Wessun/Cocoa Brovas). On a frantic beat, these hardcore Hip-Hop-rooted MCs rap about the value of bars, and their super-crew connection.
With the lyrics displayed, the lineup is Rock, Deck, Steele, Tek, then Method Man. The record breaks for archival footage of Sean telling an Ol’ Dirty Bastard tour story that is not be missed.
The motion in this lyric video suggests that a visual may be coming soon.
#BonusBeat: Both “Clans & Cliks” and “Camp Wu” appear to nod to Heltah Skeltah’s 1996 song “Clan’s, Posse’s, Crew’s & Clik’s”:
This Nocturnal inclusion is produced by DJ Evil Dee (Black Moon/Da Beatminerz).