Wu-Tang Clan Empties All 36 Chambers For Logic. This Collabo Is Nuthin’ To F Wit (Audio)

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Although Logic’s chart-topping Bobby Tarantino mixtape series has been his focus for the last few years, his Young Sinatra joints are what gained him his following and got him signed to Def Jam in 2013. So, it makes sense that he would bring the fourth installment of the series, Young Sinatra IV (stylized as YSIV), into his major label discography. To celebrate his success, the MC/producer achieved what few solo artists in the last 25 years can claim.

Logic Freestyles Over Method Man’s Beat & Brings Even More Pain (Video)

This 28-year-old Maryland native has done something any Hip-Hop Head can appreciate — he got every Wu-Tang Clan member on one track titled “Wu Tang Forever.” To be precise, he got every living member of the Clan, as well as the late addition to the crew, Cappadonna, and U-God’s protege, Jackpot Scotty Wotty. The song is produced by Visionary Music Group’s 6ix and naz. Logic leads the track, before Ghostface clutches the mic with a trademark verse. Raekwon chefs up the track next, with RZA batting third. M-E-T-H-O-D Man drops a slicing verse, with the Rebel I.N.S. coming in after. Cappadonna follows, before Scotty, U-God, then Masta Killa. GZA closes out the historic moment.

The Clan rarely all hop on one track, even on their own albums. They all got together for “Triumph,” the lead single from Wu-Tang Forever in 1997, but ODB was on the intro and ad-libs. Notably, Drake named a song “Wu-Tang Forever” five years ago on Nothing Was The Same. U-God confirmed that Wu hopped on a remix. However, that track never surfaced.

Ghostface & Big Daddy Kane Have United To Take Hip-Hop Back (Audio)

Wu-Tang has orchestrated a special takeover at next month’s A3C in Atlanta, Georgia. It is part of the crew’s 25th anniversary celebration for Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).

In addition to new Bobby and Wu-Tang Clan, the playlist features recent music from Bun B, Run The Jewels, Mac Miller, Buddy, Missy Elliott, Anderson .Paak, Busta Rhymes, Buddy, Action Bronson, Childish Gambino, Drake, Nas, Jay Rock, Westside Gunn, Kanye West & Kid Cudi, Pusha-T, Black Thought & 9th Wonder, Dave East, Royce 5’9 (and his group PRhyme), Dr. Octagon, Phonte, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Black Milk, Eminem, Lute, Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa, Brent Faiyaz, Freddie Gibbs, CyHi The Prynce, Saba, Rapsody, Sylvan LaCue, Evidence, Big K.R.I.T., Nipsey Hussle, and a host of others.