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    Default Wu Clan Album Featurings

    Not that many but the ones they had were noticeable.

    Streetlife is has been on every album except their first.

    The W - Junior Reid, Redman, Snoop Dog, Nas, Busta Rhymes

    Iron Flag - 12 O'Clock, Prodigal Sunn, Flavor Flav, Ron Isley

    8 Diagrams - Erykah Badu, Gerald Alston, George Clinton

    A Better Tomorrow - Nathaniel

    And Tekitha honorable mention.

    Its hard to beat that W featurings, impossible even.
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    Real Wu albums donít have features!

    (Wu affiliates not included)

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    Uncle Pete and Papa Wu on Forever.

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    lmao @ papa wu

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    I was going for the Papa Smurf spelling rather than Poppa

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    Nathaniel should b on every album, if not every song.
    Suck this drunk alcohol dick.

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    La The Darkman (Cash still rules) & Dom Pachino (the skit after black shampoo) / Wu-Tang Forever
    Suga Bang Bang (in da hood)/Ramsey Jones (ODB's Bro/uzi pinky ring, R. Jones in the credits means Ramsey not Russel) Iron Flag
    Blue Raspberry (wu revolution)/Ms Roxy (reunited)/Dreddy Krueger (the skit before the city) Wu-Tang Forever
    Cappadonna (the glock)/Iron Flag

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    That was one of the criticism "The W" got for having to many. You already have 9 guys why do you need more. I personally liked it.
    Quote Originally Posted by soul controller View Post
    i remember random shit i dont need to know lol
    "Who's the wickedest, street officialist, Guess, Gortex
    Lex is the crispiest, ice the vidiculous
    Peep and look, the unexplainable'll keep ya shook
    High illism, the realism got you hooked"
    AZ - Doe or Die (Rza Remix)

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    Has anybody ever confirmed who is talking sh!t before Duck Seazon? Never knew Dreddy was one of the dudes before The City. Thought it was RZA, MK and maybe GZA in background. My problem with The W features was some of the Clan members only get like 5 verses on the album since it’s 13 tracks deep. With a group this big a Clan album needs 16 actual songs I feel. Peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by josborne3680 View Post
    Has anybody ever confirmed who is talking sh!t before Duck Seazon? Never knew Dreddy was one of the dudes before The City. Thought it was RZA, MK and maybe GZA in background. My problem with The W features was some of the Clan members only get like 5 verses on the album since it’s 13 tracks deep. With a group this big a Clan album needs 16 actual songs I feel. Peace
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    Quote Originally Posted by num2son View Post
    Not that many but the ones they had were noticeable.

    Streetlife is has been on every album except their first.

    The W - Junior Reid, Redman, Snoop Dog, Nas, Busta Rhymes

    Iron Flag - 12 O'Clock, Prodigal Sunn, Flavor Flav, Ron Isley

    8 Diagrams - Erykah Badu, Gerald Alston, George Clinton

    A Better Tomorrow - Nathaniel

    And Tekitha honorable mention.

    Its hard to beat that W featurings, impossible even.
    CORRECTION

    8 Diagrams - JOHN FRUSCIANTE, Erykah Badu, Gerald Alston, George Clinton
    It's the god, god.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammin View Post
    La The Darkman (Cash still rules) & Dom Pachino (the skit after black shampoo) / Wu-Tang Forever
    Suga Bang Bang (in da hood)/Ramsey Jones (ODB's Bro/uzi pinky ring, R. Jones in the credits means Ramsey not Russel) Iron Flag
    Blue Raspberry (wu revolution)/Ms Roxy (reunited)/Dreddy Krueger (the skit before the city) Wu-Tang Forever
    Cappadonna (the glock)/Iron Flag
    True.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotnikks View Post
    True.

    Off topic did Havoc produce that Infamous Mobb song? If not who did it?
    Alchemist

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